Based on my experiences using e-cases in class for several years, I can attest that they do a great job of bridging the gap between linking real-world content and business theory.
Since students find the e-cases and TED content interesting, they're usually extremely well prepared for class.
Lynn Almond, CMA, CPA, assistant professor of practice at Virginia Tech's Pamplin College of Business in Blacksburg, was one of the early adopters of using e-cases in ethics courses.
SF: How does using the e-cases improve your teaching experience and your students' learning experience?
I've received a lot of positive feedback about the e-cases when I would ask students outside of class how they liked them.