H2O has been around for a while, consistently worked on to make it simpler and more useful for instructors and students. One feature that's been requested for some time, though, is now finally public: "collaborators" – the ability for multiple users to make changes to the same casebook-syllabus without having to share login info.

WIth collaborators, professors can now request access for specific casebooks be given to their admin staff or teaching/research assistants. Once given access, these collaborators can make changes, update, and make public (‘publish') these changes on the H2O platform.

To add a user as a collaborator to one of your casebooks, simply shoot us an email – info@opencasebook.org – with the email of the user you'd like to add, and the ID number of the casebook you'd like them added to, which can be found in the URL when viewing it.

While we plan to make this self-service in the future, we're excited about this new feature as it is and how H2O's growing use will help accelerate the use of OER in legal education.

Questions? Email us at the above! -The H2O team