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In the first article in this series (Tellis, 1997a) the author presented the background on the history and importance of the use of the case method of research. The second article (Tellis, 1997b) presented a proposed methodology based on the literature and an application of the methodology in an information technology case. The current article will present a suggested format for reporting case research results. The article will review the goals and objectives of the research project and present various tables containing the results of the data analysis conducted for the project. The article will finally present conclusions drawn from the results, and what future researchers might wish to pursue.
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Tellis, W. M. (1997). Results of a Case Study on Information Technology at a University. The Qualitative Report, 3(4), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/1997.2013
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