Since Fall 2020, the Campus Library has had a trial of the database HeinOnline. We have had some good usage of the database, but our trial will end on June 30th so we want to remind IU East-affiliated students and faculty that they can use it until then. HeinOnline has a lot of similarities to NexisUni, with a large emphasis on state and federal case law. It provides 300+ years of information on political development and the complete history of the creation of government and legal systems around the world. HeinOnline’s main focus may be on law, history, and politics, but with over 2,900 journals in its collection, there are intersections with subject areas such as education, psychology, political science, business, criminal justice, religion, ecology, and medicine.
Some of the databases that HeinOnline offers are:
Law Journal Library
Criminal Justice & Criminology
Brennan Center for Justice Publications at NYU School of Law
Covid-19: Pandemic Past and Present
History of International Law
John F. Kennedy Assassination Collection
Slavery in America
National Survey of State Laws
Religion and the Law
State Reports: A Historical Archive
Reports of U.S. Presidential Commissions and Other Advisory Bodies
Women and the Law
U.S. Supreme Court Library
U.S Presidential Library
World Constitutions Illustrated
You can search HeinOnline by browsing the individual databases or you can browse by category (i.e., case law, international resources, special collections, U.S. State content, etc.). You can also jump right into your search by using the search box at the top of the HeinOnline homepage.
HeinOnline’s platform also provides a clear and easy way to view, link, search, or download any articles, documents, or book chapters you find, with a navigation bar at the top of each page.
With free access to HeinOnline ending June 30th, if you are interested in viewing this resource and all that it has to offer, now is the time. Since this is a trial resource, we value your feedback! Please let us know what you think of HeinOnline. You can locate the link to access HeinOnline on our A-Z Resource List. If you need any assistance with using this resource or have a research question, just Ask Us! at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply click this button: