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Let’s cover the basics so that you can feel confident navigating the HeinOnline platform and finding the sources you need to tackle any assignment, from a class project to your final exam!
Whether you’re a student or a researcher, finding the right articles for your work is crucial. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through four simple and effective methods to access the wealth of information available in the Law Journal Library.
HeinOnline’s U.S. Federal Legislative History Library is the richest collection of compiled federal legislative histories to exist. In this Tip of the Week, we’ll explore how to locate a federal legislative history using this extensive database.
With a new school year comes new research projects, but no need to fear—HeinOnline has the tools you need to make research a breeze! Utilize them to conquer any research-related challenge that this semester throws at you.
Did you know that HeinOnline integrates with Third Iron products BrowZine and LibKey? Third Iron is a leading library technology company whose services are used by more than 1,500 libraries across 35 countries.
Proximity searching is a powerful technique that allows you to search for words or phrases within a specific distance of each other. It enables you to narrow down your search results and find precisely what you’re looking for.
This installment of HeinOnline in the Classroom features an activity on building searches, advice on using our MyHein feature in your classroom, and more tips and tricks for college-level educators.
Do you often find yourself looking for the preamble of a final rule and don’t know where to start in the Federal Register? In this blog post, we’ll explore various techniques for searching across the Federal Register to find a preamble.
HeinOnline’s image toolbar allows users to perform a variety of functions inside any HeinOnline document. Within the image toolbar, users can print or download a document, search across the text, find similar articles, and much more.