“We are pleased to introduce a a new library coming soon to HeinOnline: Religion & the Law. Consisting of more than 1,200 titles and 600,000 pages, this library provides books, periodicals, and bibliographies that relate to religion and the law. Explore the development, history, organization, and fundamental principles of world religion. This collection also includes an assortment of canon law, early constitutions of the church, and rare historical bibles. As we continue to add new material this collection will grow significantly in the coming years.” (via HeinOnline)
“The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) has named publishing partners Fastcase and William S. Hein & Co., Inc. as joint winners of its 2014 New Product of the Year Award. AALL is recognizing the partners for integrating the Fastcase and HeinOnline legal research library materials. This year, AALL is recognizing the innovation-driven companies for integrating HeinOnline and Fastcase. The partnership combines Hein’s expertise in publishing law journals and historical statutory materials and Fastcase’s experience in publishing American primary law. It offers users of both services a complete, integrated legal research experience. Subscribers to both services can now search law review articles from HeinOnline when conducting research in Fastcase, and can search primary law materials from Fastcase inside HeinOnline.” (via FastCase)
“We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Georgetown University Law Library to provide Georgetown Legal Research Guides to all subscribers of Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf. These subject guides can be accessed through links in Spinelli’s to Georgetown Law Library’s website”
via HeinOnline Blog
HeinOnline – “Last month we introduced HeinOnline’s concept of social indexing in the scholarly arena. We got a great response to this enhancement and received a great deal of feedback from our customers. The biggest question was, “Now that we can view the overall impact, can we sort our results by the number of times the articles are cited? We want to be able to see the most cited articles first!”
HeinOnline – “It’s no secret! As Due Process, WisBlawg and ZiefBrief have all reported, Google Scholar is indexing the Law Journals in HeinOnline to make the more than 1,100 titles searchable in the Google Scholar interface.”
HeinOnline – “Are you looking for a journal volume or a specific page from a recent issue of a journal, but are not sure if it is available in HeinOnline?”
HeinOnline is the “little engine that could” in the legal information community. A great resource.
Blog post – “Our development team has been working on a new feature called “MyHein” which will allow users to bookmark relevant links as well as track their research time.”
HeinOnline Blog – “Title Lookup will give you the ability to easily locate titles in HeinOnline. Currently with over 3,000 titles in over 25 libraries, it can be difficult to determine which titles reside in which collections.”
Such a simple concept that will make using this incredible resource so much easier!