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When MyHein was initially launched in 2008, it was merely a bookmarking tool. For the first time, MyHein has received a major face-lift. No need to worry, all functionality has remained the same, but now MyHein is easier to use and easier on the eyes.
Here at HeinOnline, we approach every project with the goal of making your research smarter, better, and faster. Now, instead of selecting a tab to choose which data to search in HeinOnline, do it all from our new intuitive one-box search. Learn how the new one-box search works in this overview.
When Neerav Srivastava of Monash University suggested we add the Australian Guide to Legal Citations (AGLC) to HeinOnline, we knew that this would greatly benefit our customers. And now we’re happy to announce this new citation format is now available in our Law Journal Library!
For the past few months, the HeinOnline production team has been working tirelessly to incorporate a massive update into one of our most popular databases. HeinOnline is now pleased to introduce Criminal Justice & Criminology. Learn more in this blog post.
Let’s say you’re looking for a specific House report and you have the Congress and document numbers, head right over to the U.S. Congressional Serial Set landing page to utilize our new citation lookup tool! Check out how quick and easy this new tool makes your research.
This November, in celebration of Native American Heritage Month, we’ve enhanced the American Indian Law Collection at no additional cost for subscribers. Learn more about this unique database for yourself, and then keep reading for an overview of its new content and features!
Here at HeinOnline we know that research time is valuable, which is why we created MyHein, a personal bookmarking tool. Read below to see how this tool can speed up your research process.
HeinOnline often uses icons to indicate tools or links to additional information and features. We received a live chat from a HeinOnline user about a suggestion update to our interface. Let’s take a look at the evolution of a customer suggestion.
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