CATEGORY: NEW FEATURES
Share THESE POSTS
Powered by MyHein, researchers can like and comment on articles within HeinOnline, enhancing the overall research experience and fostering a sense of community within the academic realm.
We are excited to share a new feature that has evolved from countless customer requests. Now you can effortlessly download a CSV of an author’s scholarly works, including their ScholarCheck metrics, straight from author profile pages in HeinOnline.
At HeinOnline, we believe in empowering our users, and your feedback plays a crucial role in shaping our platform. Today, we are excited to unveil a new functionality: the ability to download your catalog search results directly into a CSV file.
With a new semester comes new features in HeinOnline to enhance your research experience. Two new enhancements are coming to your favorite research platform this fall: options for liking and commenting on documents, and a redesigned Welcome page.
We have enhanced our faceting tool. Enhanced faceting is a search feature that empowers users to quickly narrow down search results based on specific criteria. Refining your search queries has never been faster or more efficient.
To make our blog more accessible to everyone, we have installed an option that allows users to listen to a narration of each post through play.ht’s AI-powered text-to-voice generator. To listen to a post, select the headphone icon on the screen.
To make Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP) even more beneficial to it’s users, we are excited to announce our newest feature, IFLP Alerts. Check out the quick video tutorial or keep reading for more information on how to set up IFLP Alerts.
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.
Our content has expanded beyond law reviews to include scholarly journals and government documents that apply to nearly any discipline. With that, we are pleased to introduce PathFinder, a suite of browse and search tools for subject-specific research. Keep reading for an overview.