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How to Locate an Article

Whether you’re a student or a researcher, finding the right articles for your work is crucial. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through four simple and effective methods to access

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How to Locate a Legislative History

HeinOnline’s U.S. Federal Legislative History Library is the richest collection of compiled federal legislative histories to exist. With this database, you can research the legislative intent behind major public laws

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Enhanced Faceting Feature

To create smarter, better, faster research, we have enhanced the ability to refine your search in HeinOnline. With enhanced faceting, users no longer have to wait for a page to

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How to Cite Check with HeinOnline

What is Cite Checking? Cite checking involves reviewing and verifying the accuracy and completeness of citations. The basics of cite checking include:  Reviewing the accuracy of the author, title, publication

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Advanced Search Options

When searching from the Welcome page, find all advanced search options within one central location within the Advanced Search link found beneath the main search bar. They’ve been organized under three advanced

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How to Search the Catalog

The easiest way to find out if a title exists in HeinOnline is to run a Catalog search. A Catalog search will search across the entire HeinOnline catalog, including MARC21 records.

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How to Use Fuzzy Searching

Use fuzzy searches, which are based on an “edit distance” algorithm, to search for terms similar in spelling to another term. Like proximity searches, fuzzy searches use the tilde symbol

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