The Case Files™: Teaching Cases provides premier case content with the goal of fostering applied learning through exposure to clinical cases.
If your institution has subscription to Case Files™: Teaching Cases, please contact your
administrator for access. They will create an instructor account for you.
Instructors can create class sections and student accounts from within their instructor account.
For additional information about managing your class, please visit the Access User Center
You can easily toggle between class sections by going to “Class” at the top right and selecting from your list of classes. Once you select a particular class, that class’s data will show up on your main dashboard
Yes, if you want to assign cases to students, only those cases that an instructor shares with
students will be available in their dashboard.
Present mode is used to present the case questions to a group or class using the projector or a
different screen. Instructors can navigate to different questions from their computer screen to
control the present screen navigation.
Only shared cases will be available for students; they will be able to view the case and respond to questions.
Yes, instructors can decide what content is available to their students by turning the visibility on
or off when sharing a case.
Students must be a member of an active class to get access to Case Files™: Teaching Cases.
Instructors or institutional administrators can add students to a class.
Instructors can view student performance for a selected date range and case, including overall
class performance and individual student performance. Instructors also have access to an engagement report that tracks cases shared, cases completed, and time spent by students on
Please use "I forgot my password" link on the sign-in page to reset your password. We will send
you a link to reset your password. You can click on the link to create a new password.
Yes, LMS integration is available with Canvas. This process should be coordinated with your
campus LMS administrator