Case Studies in the Environment
Quality cases, comprehensive coverage of environmental issues.
Case Studies in the Environment (cse.ucpress.edu) is an online journal of peer-reviewed case study articles and case study pedagogy articles from University of California Press. The journal informs faculty, students, researchers, educators, professionals and policymakers on case studies and best practices in the environmental sciences and studies.
Research grants may require that you "broaden the impact" of your work through innovation in teaching and training (e.g., develop curricular materials and pedagogical methods); contribute to the science of learning; and broaden engagement with your research to people outside your immediate field. Publishing in Case Studies in the Environment is a meaningful way to broaden the impact of your work.
Case Studies in the Environment was named one of two finalists for the Association of American Publishers' 2019 PROSE Awards in the category Best New Journal in Science, Technology and Medicine, and welcomes case study article and case study pedagogy article submissions from NAAEE members.
For the developing world, access to Case Studies in the Environment is free through Research4Life, a public-private partnership with the goal of reducing the knowledge gap between high-income countries and low- and middle-income countries by providing affordable access to critical scientific research.
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