The ability to understand, synthesize, evaluate, and also create digital media is becoming an increasingly important career-building skill for graduates of higher education programs across all disciplines. In a previous article, “Are You Ready for Digital Cases?” (Case Research Journal, Vol. 36, No. 1), we provided a justification for considering digital case studies and guidance in digital case creation for faculty members and case researchers. Engaging students as co-creators of learning content to tell and analyze decision-focused situations via digital media can help students to achieve mastery of program learning outcomes and begin to close the loop (Alexander, 2011). Creating digital cases can sharpen students’ technological skills, decision-making skills, as well as collaborative and leadership skills, each part of a portfolio of essential competencies for job-seekers in today’s business environment (Griffin, 2009; Kawulich, 2011; Watson and Sutton, 2012).