July 2018 Newsletter
- Updated databases: 51
- New titles: 1,798
- New volumes: 2,378
- New pages added last month: 551,773
- Total pages in HeinOnline: 158,411,512
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you to everyone who recently visited the Hein team at the American Library Association (ALA) meeting in New Orleans, LA. We had a great time visiting with you all and we would like to send a special congratulations to Mike Rogers from the Northeast Arkansas Regional Library. Mike was the winner of the 2019 Honda Fit that HeinOnline gave away at ALA 2018!
We’re pleased to provide our subscribers with another monthly update containing more than half a million pages of new journals, government documents, legal treatises, and other exciting material!
The Law Journal Library will soon be approaching 2,600 titles as it continues to grow this month with the addition of 13 new journals, including six journals from Cambridge University Press, and three journals that are indexed in Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP). A new volume of Hague Academy Collected Courses Online / Recueil des cours en ligne has also been added with three new titles in the volume. The received 105 new titles this month, Religion and the Law received 27 new titles, and Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law grew by 22 new titles. Altogether, more than 1,500 additional titles have been added to various databases in HeinOnline, which are noted in this month’s content release.
History of Supreme Court Nominations was recently updated to include a new volume featuring unsuccessful Supreme Court nominee Justice Merrick Garland.
The Session Laws Library indexing project continues: all 50 states are already indexed to the chapter or act level from 2000 to date. In 2017, we announced an amended tactic: states would be indexed back to inception one at a time, beginning with the most accessed states. Last month, the indexing for Minnesota was completed back to inception. Other states that have been indexed back to inception include California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Texas. Moving forward, the focus will be on Pennsylvania.
U.S. Statutes at Large has been updated to include Public and Private Laws of the United States. The addition of these laws combined with the U.S. Statutes at Large bound edition now provides comprehensive coverage from inception to date of all Public and Private Laws of the United States.
Environmental Law: A Legal Research Guide, Volume 71 is now available. This new edition updates language and technical advances from the past two decades. This guide helps researchers locate primary and secondary sources on major environmental acts, statutes, regulations, and case law.
Two new videos from Spinelli’s Oral History of Law Librarianship are now available, featuring John Adkins, Director of San Diego Libraries, and Kathy Carlson, Legal Review Administrator of the Office of the Attorney General in Cheyenne, WY.
Various HeinOnline representatives will soon be attending the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) meeting from July 14-17 in Baltimore, MD. Be sure to stop by booth 607 to find out how you can win a $500 Amazon gift card. Our team will also be announcing an exciting surprise about the U.S. Congressional Serial Set at the meeting. Stay tuned for details!
An updated list of titles missing in HeinOnline is now available. If your library is in possession of this type of material and is willing to donate to us for digitization, please contact Chris Czopp at 716-882-2600. Please note: we would prefer to be able to unbind the material for scanning and would provide electronic copies (PDFs) and/or credit in return.
A comprehensive list of all recent title and publication changes is now available.
Please continue reading this month’s newsletter by browsing the table of contents to read in-depth descriptions of all the content and features which have been released this month.
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