The FLLITE Project is fundamentally about helping FL educators to adopt open educational practices related to the creation and sharing of user-generated FLLITE lessons. FL instructors create pedagogical materials every day–activities, lessons, units of lessons, articulated syllabi, and assessment tools. Unfortunately, they typically don’t share their materials for several reasons: they don’t see them as having sufficient value outside their classrooms, they are intimidated by potential criticism, or they do not have access to a platform for sharing. We would like to change that dynamic. Open Education is a grassroots movement of DIY educators who form communities of practice to support one another in the sharing of ideas, texts, and lessons. As such, we envision case studies as playing a key role in helping FL educators better understand FLLITE praxis and the power of openness. Case studies are first-person stories written by FL educators about their experiences with the FLLITE approach in terms of mentoring graduate students in creating FLLITE lessons, your own process of creating a FLLITE lesson and receiving feedback for publication, or classroom application and results. Please consider sharing your case study so that others may benefit from your experience. Let’s teach each other how to create better FL materials!