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This was created for a basic workshop on HeinOnline at the Bodleian Law Library

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Heinonline

  1. 1. •If you don’t know if a publication is onHeinOnline AND/OR•If you are searching for a specific publicationor item
  2. 2. Find the title you are looking forand you will see the coverageavailable on HeinOnline. Click onthe title to go through to thejournal The collections where you can find the Harvard Law Review are listed underneath, if you click on these it will just take you to the main page for that collection
  3. 3. Search the law journal library – you have to choose Harvard Law Review from the list Browse the volumes by volume number or year by clicking on the + buttons to drillSearch using citation down
  4. 4. Click on the pagenumber to see thearticle not the author’sname (this will take youthrough to all articles bythat author instead
  5. 5. Table of contents for this The article in full text – it displays one page at a timeissue with the currently and you need to use the arrows at the top andviewed article in yellow bottom of the page to navigate.
  6. 6. You can use the arrows to This button is not just to print butmove to the next page or also to save as PDF which may bethe drop down arrow to easier to read that using thego to other pages in the arrowsissueLink to save article link to MyHein –see later on how to Links to other articles that may be of do this interest. This lists those article citing this one but essentially just searches the Law Journals Library
  7. 7. At the top of the page you get a number of tabs – this alters what is in theleft hand pane. The breadcrumb trail underneath shows you where youare in the database Some examples of the top tabs
  8. 8. Law Journal LibraryBasic search box to searchthe whole library with alink to a more useful Browse by title or otheradvanced search to narrow optionsit down.
  9. 9. Field search – allowing you tostructure your search
  10. 10. Example of a field search
  11. 11. United Nations Law Collection You can browse the different sorts of UN material by choosing an option from this box Search for publications by citation or type of material
  12. 12. The broadest search is theSearch all United NationsPublications
  13. 13. The results aredisplayed and lookdifferent dependingon what type ofmaterial it is. To getto the documentjust click on the title

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