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CASE STUDY

CASE STUDY
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IU.DE
EXAMINATION OFFICE
Examination guide for creating a case study
2.4.2. Case Studies in IT & Engineering …………………………………………….. ………………………………………….. …………………….. 5
Structure of the case study………………………………………… ………………………………………….. ………………………….. 3
1. General information on case study processing …………………………………….. ………………………….. 2
Evaluation of the case study processing …………………………………………….. ………………………………………….. …. 5
2. Formal guidelines and requirements …………………………………….. ………………………………………….. 3
Processing hints and tips…………………………………………. ………………………………………….. ………….. 2
2.4.1. Regular case studies………………………………………… ………………………………………….. …………………………… 5
Formalities ………………………………………… ………………………………………….. ………………………………………….. 4
What can you learn from case studies?………………………………………… ………………………………………….. ……………….. 2
Components of the case study………………………………………… ………………………………………….. …………………… 3
What are case studies? ………………………………………….. ………………………………………….. ………………….. 2
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1. GENERAL NOTES ON CASE STUDY PROCESSING
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IU.DE
EXAMINATION OFFICE
Applied learning with case studies is also a central component of this course. Some students have already gained
professional experience in different areas and ideally have already worked out the content of the course using the
teaching materials provided. With the case studies available for selection, an attempt should now be made to
combine specific experiences, the concepts learned from the course and the concrete decision-making situation of
the case study in a written case study processing.
Case studies are a teaching method in which students work on a “case” that represents a practical problem situation.
In a case study, there are usually several possible solutions. It is important how the chosen solution is justified and
presented transparently. Students should try to put themselves in the concrete decision-making situation and in the
perspective of the people involved.
With case studies, useful insights can be gained through the analytical consideration of exemplary questions from
the respective professional practice. Ideally, these findings can be abstracted and transferred to other cases and
situations. In this way, case studies support the development of analytical skills and sharpen the ability to separate
the important from the unimportant and to open up new alternative courses of action.
What can you learn from case studies?
What are case studies?
The analysis and processing of case studies have an important function in the context of modern university studies,
because they promote important skills in the area of action- and solution-oriented thinking and decision-making.
Case studies also train the practical transfer of theoretical knowledge and models that have been learned in
(self-)study. A concrete practical case serves as a basis for systematically applying the theories taught in the module.
i.e. the practical case is analyzed and solved by the students themselves. Case studies are often characterized by a
high degree of complexity, it is hardly possible to process all the details within a case study and use them for the
solution. A case study therefore always simulates practice or reality, in which all the required information can rarely
be made available. If literature is also used, it must be cited in accordance with our guidelines.
Basically, case study tasks are always under-specified. It is part of the task to find out what exactly the specific case
study is about. This implies that there is neither a right question nor a right answer. Instead, it is more about the
process of finding a solution while deliberating on different issues and different competing solution approaches.
Case studies do not contain any structured processing of knowledge like in a textbook. The tasks of case studies
can be seen analogously to real life: complex, incomplete, unstructured, imprecise and ambiguous.
Processing hints and tips
Case studies appear in a wide variety of technical contexts and are used for various purposes in professional
practice, studies, teaching and research. Classic case studies in the field of economics are often observations of
actual decisions from the past that are based on real data. However, fictitious company and organizational cases are
equally suitable for this.
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ÿ title page
The case study typically consists of the following parts, which are captured in the table of contents/outline:
ÿ Appendices and materials
Case study analysis is not about reproducing learned knowledge, i.e. explaining a method or concept in detail, but about applying
knowledge and experience to a decision-making situation, i.e. transferring it.
Components of the case study
ÿ Bibliography
to precede the case study.
ÿ List of Annexes
ÿ Conclusion (discussion and further transmissions)
be written. Exactly these chapter designations are not specified, but other ones can also be used. However, it is important that there is a
logical structure that is clearly understandable for readers. It is therefore important to develop a table of contents, ie an outline, for a case
study as well
ÿ Text part with introduction, main part, conclusion
ÿ Main part (case presentation, processing and solution)
ÿ List of abbreviations
ÿ List of figures and/or tables
ÿ Introduction (case context and explanation)
Also the case study should be in the classic pattern
ÿ Table of contents (structure of the work)
Structure of the case study
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EXAMINATION OFFICE
IU.DE
2. FORMAL POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS
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formalities
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statutory declaration
Arial 10 pt., justification
Work, course name, course of study, date, name of the author, matriculation number, name
EXAMINATION OFFICE
explanation
The affidavit is submitted in electronic form via myCampus.
font
A4
Course-specific adjustments to the information are possible.
Scope
chapter levels
Centered at the bottom of the page
Sentence
levy
General text – Arial 11 pt.; Headings – 12 pt, justified
paper size
heels
Do not use underlining to sparingly emphasize passages
7-10 pages of text
IU.DE
According to mental structure – 6 pt. Spacing after line breaks
page numbers
Justification and hyphenation
The title page should contain at least the following elements: title of the work, type of
citation standard
line spacing
formalities
2 cm above and below; left 2 cm; right 2 cm
tutor
A maximum of three levels (1st main heading, 1.1 section, 1.1.1 subchapter)
Please note the citation guide on myCampus.
BACHELOR & MASTERS
Apart from the title page, all pages must be numbered. The pages before the text part (if any,
e.g. title page, table of contents, list of tables and abbreviations) should be numbered in Roman
capital letters (I, II, III, IV etc.), with the page numbering on page I (title page) does not appear.
The pages of the text part are numbered with Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3 etc.). These page
numbers are continued to the end, i.e. also through the appendix (if available).
It is not possible to submit the written elaboration beforehand.
footnotes
Only the individual chapters in the text of the work are numbered, the other parts of the
work such as the list of figures or the list of references are given without numbering.
Please refer to the “Instructions for submitting a work in myCampus – Turnitin”.
title page
margins
1.5
use italics
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Evaluation of the case study processing
2.4.1. Regular case studies
2.4.2. Case Studies in IT & Engineering
The following aspects flow into the evaluation of the case study processing with the respective specified
percentage one.
Good luck creating the case study!
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formalities
concepts
Language
weighting
10%
capture of the problem
EXAMINATION OFFICE
capture of the problem
25%
analysis quality of the analysis
10%
evaluation criterion
Compliance with formal requirements
Diploma
quality of implementation
15%
Linguistic expression
evaluation criterion
formalities
Proceed
Compliance with formal requirements
accuracy
application of concepts
IU.DE
15%
explanation
15%
accuracy
Result
Linguistic expression
30%
recommendation and conclusion
methodology of implementation
5%
explanation
10%
spelling and punctuation
5%
Scope and completeness of the result
15%
capture
30%
5%
10%
capture
weighting
Quality
spelling and punctuation
Language
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