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The 101 on Author Profile Pages and Scholarly Analysis

This past September it was announced that U.S. News & World Report will not be proceeding with a scholarly impact ranking for law schools. Although U.S. News will not be releasing a ranking, we continue to be committed to quality control and preserving the integrity of our data.

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Tip of the Week: How to Use ScholarCheck

ScholarCheck analyzes citation data to provide the most-cited journals, articles, and authors and aides researchers in quickly locating related material. Watch the brief video below to get an overview of HeinOnline’s ScholarCheck, or read below for more information.

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Tools for Researching Remotely in HeinOnline

When you’re stuck in a research rut, the library is an understated comfort, however, researching remotely has become the norm over the past few months. Discover HeinOnline’s suite of artificial intelligence features, research aids, and more that help make your research a breeze.

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Everything You Need To Know About ScholarRank’s Top 250 Authors

Twitter has been abuzz ever since the American Association of Law Libraries weekday KnowItAALL newsletter released our webpage dedicated to showcasing ScholarRank’s Top 250 Authors in HeinOnline. Today, we’re going to dive into this topic and give you the 411 on HeinOnline’s ScholarRank.

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The Best Back-to-School Survival Tools for Quick and Easy Research

The corn is getting taller, the days are getting shorter, and those of us in the field of academia are heading back to school. HeinOnline experts are always happy to help you out when research gets tough. Check out our ever-growing list of tools, time-savers, and helpful resources below.

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ScholarCheck Update and General Overview

Thanks to a suggestion from a HeinOnline user, ScholarCheck statistics inside a document are no longer initially found in a pop-up box. Check out ScholarCheck’s new appearance above any journal’s table of contents

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Most-Cited U.S. Supreme Court Cases in HeinOnline: Part III

Almost ten years ago, we blogged about how we applied scholarly indexing to the U.S. Supreme Court Library. Then, a few months later we announced that we added links for users to access the articles which cite cases in HeinOnline, otherwise known as Hein’s ScholarCheck.

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Author Self-Citations, ScholarCheck Rankings, and Twitter Buzz

HeinOnline has added a metric to Author Profile Page citation data: Self-Citations. This metric counts the cumulative number of times that an author has cited his or her own work. It is not factored into the overall ScholarCheck ranking analysis, nor does it affect the overall citation count.