Follow v4.5 Release - Oct 15, 2016

We are constantly working to improve the Casebook Connect experience. We made some updates to the website on Saturday, October 15th, 2016. All registered users will automatically experience these updates. v4.5 Release Included:

Notification Bar

As website administrators, we now have a way to display important notifications to users. For example, we can notify you on screen when we have maintenance or website updates planned that may temporarily interrupt your use of the website so that you can plan ahead. To close these notifications, simply click the "x" on the right hand side of the notification.

Verification Email Process

Occasionally customers have registered on but never receive the verification email and must contact our support team to be able to log in to the website. We've made some changes to this process so that all registered customers can log in and use the website while they await the verification email. A notification will now display at the top of the screen with instructions if you have not verified your email address. 

Connected Study Aids

We now offer Connected Study Aids on Visit our Catalog Page to see which ones are available (with more coming soon). As part of the 4.5 release, we now display a notification at the bottom of the page in the Study Center when you are viewing a question or explanation from a study aid that we have available to purchase. Connected Study Aids include

  • the full e-book with highlighting, note-taking, and search capabilities
  • the outline tool displaying annotations you created in the e-book
  • a study center where all the practice questions from the study aid are displayed in interactive format.

Site Speed Improvements

We made some changes that will slightly improve the speed of the website.

Security Updates

Security is extremely important to us at Wolters Kluwer. We made some updates to the website based on recommendations resulting from our most recent security scan.

Bug Fixes

We fixed a bug that was causing professors to see incorrect results in their study centers on a question by question basis.


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