HeinOnline Newsletter | December 2022
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Dear Valued Customer,

There’ll be new content for boasting, new journals for hosting, and new subcollections galore. There’ll be new congressional hearings and legal classics to read of history from long, long ago.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—time for our November content release, that is! This content release is a beaut, so keep reading as we help you kick off the hap-hap-happiest month of the year.

 Content Release Summary:
  • Updated databases: 66
  • New titles1,358
  • New volumes: 1,896
  • New pages added last month541,460
  • Total pages in HeinOnline: 204,216,993
We also recently added a title count indicator for subcollections in each database, so you no longer need to wonder how quickly your subscribed content is growing!
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What's New in HeinOnline: November Content Release
December 1, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

We've added a ton of content to some of our most popular HeinOnline databases! Check out all of the updates from this month, along with our favorite titles from each addition.
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New Journals Added to HeinOnline This Month!
November 29, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

With the November content release, we added 10 new journals, six of which are active serials. These new journals cover subjects including Human Rights Law, Gender and the Law, International Law, and more! Keep reading to learn about our November 2022 new journals!
New Content Now Available in American Law Institute Library
November 1, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

We’re excited to announce that additional continuing learning content from the partnership between the American Law Institute (ALI) and the American Bar Association (ABA) is now available in HeinOnline’s American Law Institute Library! Originally, nine of these titles previously existed in a subcollection called ALI-CLE. However, with this update, we have added approximately 170 new titles—at no added cost to subscribers! Keep reading to learn more about this content and how you can access it.
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November Webinar Recording: Researching Indigenous Peoples of the Americas 
(15% first-year discount available)
November 30, 2022 HeinOnline Webinar

In honor of National Native American Heritage Month, our HeinOnline experts explored the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples of the Americas.
All About HeinOnline’s Integration with Fastcase
November 10, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

To create an authoritative case law database, HeinOnline has partnered with Fastcase, a leading next-generation legal research service that features powerful “best-case-first” tools that make case law research faster than ever. This partnership offers HeinOnline subscribers access to a wide array of case law and enables users to access the full text of cases through their HeinOnline subscription without the hassle of using multiple research databases. 

The History and Controversy of Thanksgiving
November 22, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

You may remember the story of the first Thanksgiving from your elementary school days, when you listened to the tale of the Pilgrims while you turned construction-paper cutouts of your hands into turkeys. But how much of that story is actually true? And how did Thanksgiving come to be an annual, national holiday? Feast with us on all of the information we dug up in HeinOnline regarding the history and controversy of Thanksgiving.


Concussion Protocols and the NFL
November 7, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

On September 25th, the Buffalo Bills played the Miami Dolphins in a much anticipated NFL game between rivals. However, the game itself isn’t what sparked controversy. Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins starting quarterback, was tackled late in the first half of the game. After shaking his head and standing back up, Tagovailoa stumbled to the ground, requiring help from his teammates to steady himself. He received a medical evaluation for a concussion and returned to the game shortly after.


The History of Disaster Relief in America
November 8, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

The Atlantic hurricane season typically lasts from June 1 to November 30. As this year’s season comes to an end, we’ve already seen several disastrous storms hit U.S. territory, including Hurricanes Fiona and Ian. When these hurricanes hit land, they uproot lives and livelihoods, ripping apart buildings, flooding streets and homes, and killing the vulnerable. So, what is the federal government’s responsibility when a storm like this hits? Or when there’s another disaster, such as an earthquake, tornado, or wildfire?

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Oil, Greed, and the Osage Murders
November 18, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

Earlier this week on the HeinOnline Blog, we dove into the Serial Set to explore indigenous peoples’ struggles to gain suffrage and citizenship. In that post, we briefly explored the 1887 Dawes Act, which divided communal tribal lands into allotments, forcing tribes into practicing private property. In this post, we will explore the deadly results of one nation’s relationship with allotments: the Osage Nation’s oil headrights and the subsequent Osage murders.
November 21, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

One of the best features on HeinOnline – and one of the most useful for researchers and educators – is our extensive use of image-based, fully-searchable PDFs of historical documents. In this month’s edition of HeinOnline in the Classroom we’re going to focus on a particular historical document from HeinOnline’s collection: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham City Jail.“ Keep reading for more about this monumental work, and for two activities that you can use in your classroom to help your students engage with “Letter from Birmingham City Jail.”
Secrets of the Serial Set: Citizenship and Suffrage for Indigenous Peoples
November 15, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

November is National Native American Heritage Month, and with Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we are reminded of the rich history and culture of the indigenous peoples of North America, as well as of the often brutal and destructive treatment they have received from the white people who have overtaken their land. It is no surprise that the pathway to indigenous peoples gaining citizenship and the right to vote in America—a land that they inhabited centuries before white Europeans “discovered” it—was tumultuous and hard-won.

Where in the World Is Hein?
December 1, 2022 | Tradeshow Calendar

Tradeshows are BACK, and we couldn't be more excited! Check out our tradeshow calendar to see where we are going to be in the next couple of months!
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Lend Hein a Hand
December 1, 2022 | Newsletter

Help us find missing titles to add to HeinOnline. If your library is in possession of this type of material and is willing to donate to us for digitization, please contact Chris Czopp at 716-882-2600 or cczopp@wshein.com

Notification of Title Changes
December 1, 2022 | Newsletter

Review new title and publication changes so you can accurately update your records!
LibGuides Added This Month
HeinOnline has implemented artificial intelligence and natural language processing tools to help both novice and experienced researchers make the most of its content.
Exact page images of the original bound reprint edition of The English Reports, along with the Statutes of the Realm (1235-1713), and pre-1865 law reports for England and Wales.
Thousands of titles relating to the history of international law, with specialization in subjects such as war and peace, law of the sea, international arbitration, The Hague conferences, and more.
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