We now have the submission process for cases for the 2022 SECRA Conference.
To submit a case, please follow these instructions:
Conference authors and reviewers should register and create a user profile in the TDL/OJS as soon as is convenient at: https://journals.tdl.org/secrj/index.php/secrj/login. For full access to the Journal Website, please update your user roles to include reader, author, and reviewer.
When submitting your case for the conference, be sure to select the “SECRA Conference Submission – 2022” section. All other sections are for Journal submissions. Cases accepted for presentation at the conference will be published in the Conference Proceedings.
The deadline for full case submissions to be considered for the best case competition is November 15, 2021. Cases which do not be considered for the case competition have a deadline of January 10, 2022. This would include cases at any stage of development including embryo cases.
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The Southeastern Case Research Association (SECRA) Conference is scheduled for February 24-26, 2022, at the Ocean Reef Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Click Here for hotel registration.
The conference welcomes submissions in any state of development, including completed cases with accompanying teaching notes (eligible for competitive case recognition), as well as “embryo cases” which may be ideas needing advice and guidance.
Conference registration is now open through CVENT at: Register Here
Please note that Cases under development and abstract submissions are accepted until January 13, 2020
28th Annual Meeting
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
February 27-29, 2020
The 2020 program organizers of the Southeast Case Research Association (SECRA) invite experienced, new, and student case writers to submit original, unpublished cases to be presented at the 28th Annual Meeting. Case studies in the early stages of development may be submitted without an instructor’s manual. Field-researched cases are especially encouraged.
Below are the 2019 SECRA Conference Cases. Please be aware that these cases are not edited and some are either embryo cases or abstracts . They are posted here so that you can review them before your assigned roundtable time(s) and provide feedback to the author during that roundtable session. Please contact Mick Fekula at firstname.lastname@example.org for the password, if you have questions, or if you have an updated copy of your case that you would like posted here.