Calls for Case Studies
Work Integrated Learning
We’re looking for Case Studies exploring the trials and tribulations, successes and best practice examples of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities offered to students within tourism, hospitality, events, and recreation degree programs.
Due February 28, 2022
Animals in Tourism
Could you write a case study about animals in tourism? As the literature around animal use in tourism has grown over the last decade, so has the need for real-world examples of how to engage with animals through tourism.
Due February 1, 2022
Other ways to contribute
Before you start, please read our Submission Guidelines.
If you only have the outline of a case study you’d like to write, please complete a Case Proposal Form and submit it via Scholar One.
If you have a pre-written case study, you can submit it directly on Scholar One using the Title Page template and the Main Case template.
Please note: Most case studies also have additional teaching notes called ‘Exploring the Case’. If you are submitting a completed case study, please also complete the Exploring the Case template with your submission.
If you are a person or an organisation that has a story to tell or good case material, but not the resources or skills to turn it into a finalised case study, CABI can arrange for your case to be written. Complete the Case Proposal Form and return to email@example.com
Many schools, universities and consultancies are looking for good case material and are keen to make contact with members of the tourism industry. They may have writers (post-graduate students or consultants) that can turn this raw material into finalised case studies, formatted to CABI’s requirements. We call such a collaboration, facilitated by CABI, ‘The Bridge’.
If you are interested in being involved in The Bridge as a case owner or part of a university post-graduate programme, please contact Claire Parfitt firstname.lastname@example.org
Tourism Cases is made possible through partnerships, including:
Universities and schools involved in the research and teaching of tourism, events, hospitality, recreation and leisure.
International organisations and consultancies that undertake research, provide advisory services and produce reports on tourism.
Tourism operators of all kinds, including commercial and private partnerships, territorial managers such as National Parks, tourism operator associations and representatives of the industry.
Private and public organisations that provide funding, expertise and other support to tourism development on the ground, working at the national, regional or local level.
We are seeking partners from all the categories above, each sharing their experience according to their mission and expertise. The contributing organisation benefits through greater visibility of the work that they are doing and as supporters of sustainable tourism development.
For more information on becoming a partner please contact Claire Parfitt email@example.com