In the research world, time is often critical when it comes to billable hours and project deadlines. The HeinOnline support team has compiled a short list of tasks which can be accomplished in less than 15 seconds in HeinOnline. This list is by no means comprehensive.
- All tasks begin on the HeinOnline Welcome Page.
- There are multiple ways to find material in HeinOnline; these are merely suggested methods.
- If you happen to be a wicked-fast typist, you can probably beat our times and we encourage you to try.
1. Find a Journal Article by Title
To find an article by title, enter the Law Journal Library and enter all or a portion of the title into HeinOnlne’s one-search. Then, select Title from the drop-down menu.
Click the title to view the full text of the article.
2. Find a Page in the Federal Register by Citation
To find a specific page in the Federal Register, or any other title when you know the document’s citation, use the Citation option within the drop-down menu of the main search bar.
This will bring you directly into the document.
3. Find a Supreme Court Case by Name
Select the U.S. Supreme Court Library and click the Advanced Search link located beneath the main search bar. Use the Case Name field to enter, for example, Miranda v. Arizona.
Click the case’s title to access the official, U.S. Reports-published version of this historic case.
4. Find a Case from Fastcase’s Database Using a Citation
Use the Citation option from the drop-down menu within HeinOnline’s one-box search. Enter the case’s citation.
Next, the case will be pulled into HeinOnline from Fastcase.
5. Ask for Help from a HeinOnline Support Team Member
From anywhere in the database, select the Help drop-down menu from the options bar on the upper right side of the page. Choose Live Chat to be connected to a human who can help you between 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM ET Monday through Friday.