New Feature: Change your Default Collection Display!

Enhancements, What's New
Shannon Furtak

We have added the ability to change your HeinOnline default collection display on the Welcome Page from Collection Name to Collection Type. Currently, most users' lists of available collections use the Collection Name default, which lists the Law Journal Library first and then all other collections in alphabetical order:

The display can be changed temporarily by clicking the Collection Type tab, which will then list the collections by category. Categories include Canada, Case Law, Current Content Journals, Foreign and International Law, International Treaties and Agreements, Organizations, Periodicals, Special Collections, U.S.-Federal, U.S.-State, and United Kingdom.

We have now implemented the ability to set accounts to default to the Collection Type display…

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Multiple Page View Now Available!

Enhancements, What's New
Shannon Furtak

We have added a new feature to the Image Toolbar located above all HeinOnline documents. Users can now quickly scan multiple pages of documents to easily locate a part or section of a title. Simply click the multiple page icon, and select the number of pages you would like to view:

Then, easily scan through the pages to locate the start of your desired chapter, part, section, etc.:

Click any page to return to the normal single page view:

For assistance with this or any feature of HeinOnline, contact our HeinOnline Support team at (800) 277-6995…

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HeinOnline's World Treaty Library Now Available!

Content News, What's New, World Treaty Library
Shannon Furtak

HeinOnline is changing Treaty Research forever with the World Treaty Library – a monumental collection of all major treaty sets now available in one easy-to-use, fully searchable database! This library includes Rohn's World Treaty Index, Marten's Treaties, Wiktor's Multilateral Treaty Calendar, Dumont's Corps Universel Diplomatique du Droit des Gens, the U.S. Treaties and Agreements collection, access to all United Nations Treaty Publications, and more!

This is the richest collection of world treaties ever available, covering the time period 1648 to the present. Through in-depth indexing of all the treaties and cross-citation linking, we have created a powerhouse search tool. Search for treaties by keyword, country…

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Check out Congressional Committee Prints in HeinOnline!

Content News, U.S. Congressional Documents, What's New
Shannon Furtak

Congressional Committee Prints are publications issued by Congressional committees that pertain to their legislative or research activities as well as other matters – such as memorial tributes. The prints contain statistical and historical information and are an excellent resource for researchers analyzing legislative history or legislative intent. Categories of these Committee Prints include draft reports and bills, directories, statistical materials, investigative and historical reports, situational studies, confidential staff reports, hearings, and legislative analyses. Procedures for publishing these prints differ with each committee, and formatting isn't uniform. Also, these prints are not part of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, as documents in the Serial Set come from the Senate and House of Representatives as a whole…

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New Content: HeinOnline has Added the Tax Foundation Archive Publications!

Content News, Taxation and Economic Reform in America, What's New
Shannon Furtak

The complete archive of the publications of the Tax Foundation are now available in an easy-to-use, fully searchable format in HeinOnline. The Tax Foundation, founded in 1937, collects data and publishes research studies on tax policies at both the federal and state levels.

Many of the titles that are now readily available and easily accessible in HeinOnline have long been out-of-print, and others are still being published today. For researchers interested in taxation, fiscal policy, and finance, the Foundation's archive will prove to be an extremely valuable research collection!

This collection, which is now included with a subscription to Taxation and Economic Reform in America Parts I & II

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New Feature: View the Cumulative Number of Times an Author’s Articles Have been Cited!

Customer Suggestion, Enhancements, Law Journal Library, ScholarCheck, What's New
Shannon Furtak

This new enhancement is the result of customer feedback!

When viewing search results, users will now be able to see how many times an author’s articles have been cited by other articles. For example, a search for “risk perception” AND “availability heuristic” reveals 182 results. Users will see the cumulative number of times the article’s author has been cited by other law review articles in HeinOnline; that number will be found in parentheses next to the author’s name:

In addition to viewing the number of times an author has been cited, researchers can also sort search results by Most Cited Author:

You will see the article written by the author who has been cited the most appear first: