With the wide range of law courses taught across the US, instructors having insight into how their peers structure their own courses can have significant pedagogical utility. H2O is a great way for faculty to be able to view syllabi of their compatriots.
One example is Prof. Bruce Mann, who teaches, among other courses, Property at Harvard Law School. While H2O isn’t his primary method of delivering materials to his students, his Property syllabus structure is on H2O, for others to view, interpret, and if they like, clone in H2O.
See Professor Mann’s Property syllabus structure here.
Questions or thoughts? contact the team at H2O at cyber.aw.harvard.edu!