The website,TechHub Training, is directly useful to educators in the following ways:
Assign students to complete the challenges for credit, or just for formative learning (e.g., watch the video and learn how to do this).
“Borrow” the challenges for your curriculum by copying them, changing the data/scenario a bit, and then assign them to students. It is up to you to make them different enough so students can’t find the original case through Google.
You can follow the LinkedIn Group, to see when a new challenge is posted
Scott Summers and David Woods have published the first 50 cases in a discussion board format that is freely available to all. Visitors can explore cases, view posted solutions, view video walkthroughs of solutions, comment on solutions, and even provide new solutions. Badging is enabled so that users can be recognized for their contributions. They plan to publish several cases a week for the foreseeable future (140+ cases developed and plan to build future cases for the next several years). Current case technologies include, or will soon include, Excel, Alteryx, Tableau, Power BI, Python, SQL, RegEx, RPA, process mining, and more.