Starting July 1, 2015 the CC@C will be managed by CCNMTL.
NEW YORK, New York, June 16, 2015—The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) will be assuming ownership and administration of the Case Consortium @ Columbia (CC@C), a collection of interdisciplinary case studies, starting July 1, 2015. The Consortium was founded by the Graduate School of Journalism, the Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health, and the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).
Since 2011, the Consortium has been managed by Kirsten Lundberg, who founded CC@C’s predecessor the Knight Case Studies Initiative. The Consortium library holds more than 80 cases, which are used in upwards of 100 colleges and universities worldwide. CCNMTL will continue the original mission of the Consortium; producing case studies which train students to think like professional managers and industry leaders. CCNMTL will move the entire collection into an updated Content Management System (CMS), add new multimedia cases, and offer the entire resource for free.
After July 1, 2015 all users will be redirected to a new site, which will not require registration or payment. Until this change occurs all current users will continue to access cases as they have been.
CCNMTL will continue to promote the use and creation of case studies through the CC@C collection to enhance student’s educational experiences at the university and abroad.
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