The CASE InfoCenter assembles more than 20 sample collections for members.
CASE conducts surveys and other research on trends and best practices in advancement and offers tools to help members benchmark their programs with those of their peers.
CASE provides an ethical framework and principles of practice for the profession.
Management checklists are intended to help advancement professionals conduct internal self-assessments of information and programs. They may be useful to both new and experienced managers and helpful in staff training and orientation.
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The CASE InfoCenter tracks specific advancement topics and shares information with members through CASE Files.
These resource collections, based on questions posed to the CASE InfoCenter, are available to all members.