Specialist tracks

The International Journal of Instructional Cases team is very pleased to be working with a number of Associate Editors to develop specialist tracks within the journal. The aim of our specialist tracks is to nurture and showcase concise cases in particular special disciplines, languages, or regions. The Associate Editors are appointed by the Editor-in-Chief and the Publisher as needed for a three-year term.

Call for Specialist Cases

We invite the submission of concise cases that provide students with the opportunity to analyze real workplace situations and instructors with high-quality teaching cases in special disciplines, languages, or regions.

We encourage cases based in contexts ranging from start-up firms to established multi-nationals, and situations that have taken place in a variety of fields, industries, and job contexts.

Cases must be based on real situations and events. Permission must be granted by any organizations that are included in the case, even if that organization is disguised.

Cases must not have been published elsewhere or be accepted or under review elsewhere. Case submitted should have been previous taught and the results of that classroom testing should inform the teaching note.

Cases and TNs must be formatted and submitted per the instructions on the IJIC website.

IJIC Associate Editors

Jakari Griffith, Ph.D.

Bridgewater State University

Associate Editor: Diversity




Laurie L. Levesque

Suffolk University, USA

Associate Editor: Negotiation


 Miriam Weismann, Ph.D.

Florida International University Miami, USA

Associate Editor: Healthcare



Rebecca Wilson-Mah

Royal Roads University, Canada

Associate Editor: Tourism & Hospitality