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  • 1. Using Heinonline For Journal Articles Catherine Funnell Middlesex University
  • 2. Databases-Quick Facts Heinonline • Used to locate journal articles • Does not provide cases(Modern) or legislation • Does provide English Reports(pre 1865 cases) Westlaw and Lexis Library • Access to legislation, case law, journal articles • Also current awareness(status updates , legislation and cases) • EU legislation,cases,journal articles
  • 3. Heinonline Law Journal Library Accessing HEINONLINE Log in to My UniHub Select My Study Scroll to My Library Click on Library Subject Guides Select the Law and Legal Resources Guide Select the Resources tab Scroll to Gateways to Legal Resources Click on Law Journal Library
  • 4. Search by Journal Title If you wish to search a specific subject within a specific title you either type in the name of the journal or choose from the alphabetical list(by publication title)
  • 5. Subject Searching Click ADVANCED Type in subject keywords enclosed in speech marks “ Choose subject from Subject Options Type in dates you want to include Click on SEARCH
  • 6. Results Page You can click on the VIEW MATCHING TEXT PAGES to see where the subject keyword or phrase you typed in can be found in the full text of the document
  • 7. Full Text of Article Click on the title of article And the full text will be displayed in a new window Click here to save, email and print/download the document