Identify the problem/issue addressed in the study, along with the purpose of the study.
Summarize the guiding research questions.
Explain the role the researcher(s) assumed in the study.
Determine how the researchers applied the principles of the case study design to address their research problem. Explain how it was an appropriate qualitative design to effectively address their research problem of interest.
Define the boundaries of the case (single or multiple case) and the unit of analysis.
Identify the data collection strategies used by the researcher(s).
Were the constructs of saturation or triangulation apparent? Explain how.
Examine any ethical issues that emerged in the research.
Explain the challenges/limitations of the study.