The library is pleased to announce the new Sage Business Cases database. The collection contains 3,650 cases from over 100 countries in most business-related disciplines, including accounting, corporate social responsibility, economics, entrepreneurship,
finance, healthcare management, human resources, leadership, management, marketing, organization studies, sport management, and supply chain management. Many of its cases are also multidisciplinary.
How to Access these Resources
This database is available through the library's A-Z Databases. You can also find the new database on the home page of the Business Research Guide.
Support for Faculty
For a brief overview of the database, you can watch this 3-minute video from Sage and read the Overview of the Content in the Database.
Sage's trainers have also put together their Top Tips for Using Sage Business Cases.
This database also includes Teaching Notes that faculty can use with the cases. For faculty interested in viewing these notes in the database, please ask a librarian for your instructor verification code, which the database will require. (Students
can't view the Teaching Notes because some of the answers to questions in the cases are provided there.) More information on how to access Teaching Notes is available in this step-by-step guide on Teaching Notes.
There is also the option for faculty to author and publish a business case through Sage; more information on this is available from their Support Guide for Faculty.
Ohio Dominican University's reference librarians are currently undergoing training in the Sage database as well and will be able to assist faculty in using the database in the near future.
Made Possible by ODU Library, OhioLINK, and GEER
This Sage product is one of the resources that the library staff are making available this semester to the ODU community as a result of funding through OhioLINK and GEER, the Ohio Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funds, which are part of the Coronavirus Aid,
Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, federal economic aid authorized in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. OhioLINK has been awarded $2.5 million in GEER funds through the Ohio Department of Higher Education to support the education community
during this public health emergency.