E-CASEEastern Catholic Alliance of Schools for Excellence (various locations)
E-CASEEnterprise Computer-Aided Software Engineering
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Additionally, Helios e-case video segments are developed in short, four-to-six-minute storytelling segments, with accompanying text, to meet the needs of today's learners.
SF: Why did you choose to use the e-case tool for learning?
LA: I chose the e-case because I found it engaging, entertaining, and very professionally done.
LA: My students respond well to the e-case material.
Our primary products are video "e-cases" that are delivered digitally via desktop and mobile devices, as well as offered as on-site training.
Professors, students, and organizations enjoy e-cases because they're:
Rather than rehashing old case studies, e-cases present the stories of current-day white-collar felons, whistleblowers, business ethicists, and other experts.
For example, a series of interactive cases, such as e-cases or a playlist of TED Talks, is a unique way to introduce "digital-badge-worthy" content into the classroom or a corporate training program.
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.
"Hence, an online service programme has been launched under the name 'Al-Salfa, allowing e-case registration without the need to be physically present at the Courts' premises," he stated.