|Positive Outcomes: Case Studies|
Most often, case studies used in ethics education are stories of decisions resulting in harm or disaster. Though negative case studies are good learning tools, so too are positive case studies. The purpose of this collection is to bring together stories of tough situations and decisions in which the final results were positive. Positive case studies provide students and researcher with "moral exemplars" or "moral heroes" to model.
This collection is in development and is seeking new submissions. Please contact Megan Hayes at mohayes2[at]illinois.edu if you would like to contribute case studies, articles, news, or feedback.
Literature on Using Positive Case Studies
Positive Cases in the News