HeinOnline Content Now Includes Hot-linked URLs

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For a few years now, HeinOnline has had the "citations on this page" feature available. This tool has allowed HeinOnline users to click a citation on the page they are currently viewing, and link directly to that cited material in HeinOnline.
We have now expanded this feature to include URLs to cited content housed outside of the HeinOnline database. The new hot-linked URLs work in the same manner as the citations have. Clicking a blue highlighted URL will open a new tab in your web browser and load the website. If you would like to turn off the hotlinks, simply click the "Citations on this Page" link located above the page image.

The URLs HeinOnline uses are derived from uncorrected OCR…

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HeinOnline completes the Congressional Record and continues to grow its collection of Government Documents!

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HeinOnline announced in June it’s completion of the entire back file of the Congressional Record, making us the first and only online database to contain the complete Congressional Record Bound Volumes! Our efforts to close that gap were only part of our ongoing initiative to further advance the material available in our collection of Government Documents. We also recently announced our plans to fill the gap in the CFR, https://heinonline.blogspot.com/2008/08/were-filling-gap-in-cfr-in-heinonline.html. While HeinOnline is known for making the titles in our Law Journal collection available from inception, we are growing to become a valuable resource for many legal research needs including the need to search across various federal government documents.

Galen Fletcher, Faculty Services Librarian at Brigham Young University recently published an article in Jurisdocs…

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