HeinOnline is an online product subscription provided to OCU students and Law Library patrons. HeinOnline has over 70 million pages of legal history available online. The fully-searchable database provides image-based formats (in PDF Form) just as the images appeared in their original print. HeinOnline can offer rich historical value by offering the availability of titles dating back to their inception. HeinOnline is currently the world's largest image-based legal research collection with over 9 centuries of legal history. HeinOnline is a product of William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
Find training and support for HeinOnline using the HeinOnline Help & Support Page. The Help & Support Page includes many helpful resources such as frequently asked questions, training guides, instructions, tutorials, webinars, and an abundance of other information to help with your research.
The purpose of this LibGuide is to provide a knowledge base for the usage of HeinOnline. After viewing this LibGuide users should have a working knowledge on the use and the research value of HeinOnline. Included in this LibGuide is a basic overview, a how-to on searching, information on accessing HeinOnline via the Library's web-page and much more.
Law Journal Library
American Bar Association Journals
Core U.S. Journals
Criminal Justice Journals
International & Non-U.S. Law Journals
Most-Cited Law Journals
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)
Association of American Law Schools (AALS)
Canada Supreme Court Reports
Code of Federal Regulations
Early American Case Law
European Centre for Minority Issues
Federal Register Library
Manual of Patent Examining Procedure
Revised Statutes of Canada
Statutes of the Realm
Treaties and Agreements Library
Trends in Law Library Management and Technology
United States Code
U.S. Attorney General & Department of Justice Collection
U.S. Federal Legislative History Library
U.S. Presidential Library
U.S. Statutes at Large
U.S. Supreme Court Library
World Constitutions Illustrate
This LibGuide contains many useful resources to guide you in researching on HeinOnline. Some of the content includes:how to gain access to Hein, a general overview of the databases and libraries on Hein, some quick tips for useing Hein, how to search on Hein, tips on researching legislative, Indian, and International laws, an overview of the Law Journals Library, as well as an overview of Hein's uniqe features, Scholarcheck and MyHein.
Thank you to Oklahoma City University School of Law Library and to Amanda Burdick-Brown for permitting the use of their guide, HeinOnline, as a template.
Although HeinOnline is often thought of for historical legal research, it is also useful in many other areas. Many of the searchable libraries in the database are current and updated regularly. HeinOnline is also a wonderful tool for international legal research and legislative research.
You can now access the world's largest image-based legal research database on the go with the new HeinOnline App available in the Itunes store. All that is required is a HeinOnline account authentication and an Ipod or an Ipad. You can find it in the itunes store https://itunes.apple.com/app/heinonline-2011/id466881844?mt=8.
Features include: viewing HeinOnline's Image-based PDF's, use of the Citation Navigator, browse by Volume, view the E-Table of Contents, and search using Advanced Searching Techniques.