Lund University Case Academy (LUCA) invites you to the LU Case Day 2018, 19-20 April in room 206 at the University main building.
Lund University Case Academy
LUCA – Lund University Case Academy was formed as a network across faculties in February 2012 to promote case-based student active learning. It was started by a group of teachers from the Faculty of Engineering LTH, School of Economics and Management (LUSEM) and the Faculty of Medicine, who share an interest in case-based methods. These include the Harvard case method, today used at LUSEM and the Faculty of Medicine, project-based learning, used in LTH, and problem-based learning used in the Faculty of Medicine.
LUCA is interested in widening the participation in the network to more teachers and faculties at Lund University. LUCA organizes since 2014 a local conference each year, LU Case Day, to share experiences and contribute to development of teaching and learning practices.
The 5th LU Case Day
Lund University Case Academy welcomes friends of the case based method of research, learning and teaching to the 5th LU Case Day. The participants will learn more about on-going case activities at Lund University. Furthermore there will be meetings and work with our international guests. The invited speakers are engaged teachers, researchers and students who will all generously share experiences and reflections connected to the case pedagogy.
You will be able to learn more about:
• To manage and lead students in their learning processes. (Tim Field, Miriam Roland Fellow in Business Ethics, Concordia University, Canada).
• Current perspectives on the Harvard Case method and in class simulation with Breaking News. (Michael Cronin, Associate Director, Harvard Business School Publishing).
• Transforming medical training towards the case method – a programme perspective. (Peter Svensson and Christer Larsson, Faculty of Medicine, Lund University).
Seats are limited! Registration