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Filing a teaching case

Submit an educational case in the HEC Paris Collection

Since 2012, a collection of educational cases has been created for HEC Paris at the Centrale de Cas de Medias Pedagogiques (CCMP)

 The Library team can help you in submitting educational products:

-  How do you submit an educational case?

Online case submission process in a glance

1) To submit a case, you simply need to fill out the online form and to upload your documents at the bottom of the form (case, teaching notes, excel / ppt / mp4 documents).

2) Your case will be processed, added to HEC case collection and forwarded to the CCMP to be published.

3) The library will recontact you so that you sign your publication contract once edited.

Your contact at the library:Céline M’CHAREK (01 .39.67.70.33)


+Why publish a case in the HEC Paris collection?

+Who can publish an educational case?

+What types of documents are admissible?

+What are the publishing criteria to abide by?

+What are the different categories of cases?

+Should a publication authorization be provided?

+When and how are royalties paid?

 

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Why Publish a case in the HEC Paris Collection?

Develop your reputation as an author

 By publishing an educational product to the CCMP, you enable the entire Francophone community to access your work.

 You benefit from a wide audience, as well as the means implemented by the CCMP to promote your work.


  • Insertion in the CCMP online catalog,
  • Publication in the ‘paper’ catalog of the CCMP (Bibliographie de Cas et de Medias Pedagogiques), or one of its updates, distributed to more than 2500 trainers of institutions belonging to the CCMP network,
  • Presentation to trainers, and potential buyers of your case study.

 

Protect your rights

Any educational product published through the CCMP has a guarantee against illegal copies; the source (author and establishment creator) are indicated on each product.

Products offered for sale in digital format (pdf files) are protected from any modification, copying, or extraction of content. Each page is personalized on behalf of the acquiring institution.

Publish and Collect Copyrights

As the worlds largest publisher of French-speaking cases today, the CCMP has more than 1000 authors under contract and pays back substantial amounts in copyrights each year.


Who can publish an educational case?

All HEC Paris professors are invited to publish their work on our collection.


What types of documents are admissible?

The cases must be submitted with accompanying teaching notes. Additionally, any complimentary documents can be submitted as well (excel files, ppt, videos…).

The cases must adhere to the quality standards of the HEC Paris collection and belong to one of the categories of cases defined below.


What are the publishing criteria to abide by?

The document(s) must meet the quality standards of the HEC collection:


1- "Transferability": The case must be easy to use for another instructor/lecturer; the educational objectives must be clearly detailed. Finally, the case must be adaptable to different types of audiences.


2- "Innovation": Authors are invited to use creative and original scenarios. They are also encouraged to diversify the choice of media (paper, video, website, etc.).


3- "Authenticity": Cases can be developed with the support of a real or fictitious company, but the given management situation should always offer credible scenarios (e.g. A fictitious case based on the collection of authentic data by the author, and then presented as belonging to one and the same company).


4- "Originality": Authors are encouraged to address unpublished topics; management topics that others have not tackled. Original and atypical contributions are welcome.



What are the different categories of cases?

Case Category 1: Cases developed in proven partnership with a real company

This type of case is based on a real situation and business, developed with the direction contribution from the company itself.  For this category of case, a written declaration on company letterhead from a manager at the company is required at the time of submission to the collection. The letter must formally outline the company’s participation in the development of the case, and the company’s agreement to disseminate and publish all information contained in the case through the CCMP.

The amount of the transfer of copyright may not exceed 50% of the public selling price of the work.

Case Category 2: Cases developed about a real company without explicit agreement from the company

This type of case is based on actual company data (company that is the subject of the case) or from another duly authorized source of information. According to the agreements and rights obtained by the author from the company, the name and the business name of the company to which reference is made in the case can be quoted in the clear or anonymized by the attribution of another name.

The amount of the transfer of copyright may not exceed 40% of the public selling price of the work.

Case Category 3: Fictitious Cases or Pedagogical Cases

This type of case is based on the professional experience of the author, who has authentic data from a variety of different companies, but presents them in the case as belonging to one company.  

The amount of the transfer of copyright may not exceed 30% of the public selling price of the work.


Should a Publication Authorization be provided?

If the case is developed in partnership with a company, the author(s) is(are) required to provide an authorization duly signed by the company in order to publish the case


When and how are royalties paid?

The royalty fees are paid out to the author(s) each year by the CCMP.

The amount of royalties is established at the time of signature of the contract, within the limit of the percentage of transfer corresponding to the category of the case, and according to the distribution wanted by the authors if they are several.

Contact:mcharek@hec.fr