The Open Case Studies Project, developed at the Johns Hopkins Data Science Lab, is an education platform that provides self-contained, multimodal, peer-reviewed, and open-source guides for real-world examples for active experiences of complete data analyses.
Case study guides can be used:
In the classroom (either onsite or online) by engaging students to actively participate in a hands-on problem-solving experience.
Outside of the classroom by providing an archive of stand-alone examples of best practices.
See our free educator's guide for more information!