HeinOnline Newsletter | January 2022
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Dear Valued Customer,

2021 may be old news by now, but what isn't old news is all of the exciting content that we've recently added to HeinOnline! #NewYearNewUs? Not really. But we think that diving into all that's new in our databases would be a pretty great New Year's resolution.

Content Release Summary:
  • Updated databases: 61
  • New titles: 1,001
  • New volumes: 1,581
  • New pages added last month: 445,886
  • Total pages in HeinOnline: 198,335,568
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What's New in HeinOnline: December Content Release
January 7, 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!
January 5, 2022 | HeinOnline Blog

With the December content release, we added 10 new journals, all of which are active serials. Learn all about them!
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New Database: Bremer-Kovacs Collection: Historic Documents Related to the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946
December 9, 2021 | HeinOnline Blog

Titled the Bremer-Kovacs Collection: Historic Documents Related to the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946, HeinOnline's newest database is designed to make the APA more accessible and understandable. Compiled by Kathryn E. Kovacs, Emily S. Bremer, and Charlotte D. Schneider, the content within the database helps contextualize this important piece of legislation.

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New Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases Issue
January 4, 2022 HeinOnline

The ABA released Volume 49 #4 of Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, featuring Biden v. Missouri, the case debating President Biden's ruling for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for healthcare workers. Be sure to subscribe to this informative database to access each new issue in HeinOnline!

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Major Update to Our U.S. Federal Legislative History Library
January 7, 2022 HeinOnline

This month we added 25 titles to our U.S. Federal Legislative History Library, thanks to a generous donation from Jones Day. Be sure to head over to HeinOnline to check out the new additions!

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HeinOnline’s State Constitutions Illustrated: December 2021 Update
December 13, 2021 | HeinOnline Blog

Back in March, we updated researchers on new material that was added to State Constitutions Illustrated. In the last nine months, we’ve added more material!

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Expansion of Oxford University Press Journal Content in HeinOnline
December 7, 2021 HeinOnline Blog

Due to an updated agreement with the publisher, 13 of Oxford’s journals are now behind a shortened, three-year embargo, bringing nearly 20 years of new content into HeinOnline’s Law Journal Library!

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Chaos at the Capitol: The Anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Attack
January 6, 2022 HeinOnline Blog

On January 6, 2021, millions of Americans watched in horror as a mob consisting of then-President Donald Trump's supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building to disrupt the counting of electoral votes and protest the assumed win of Joseph R. Biden Jr.. A year later, our nation still feels the effects of this catastrophic event, which led to the deaths of five people, not including the two officers who later died by suicide following the riot. 

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Secrets of the Serial Set: The Statue of Liberty
December 15, 2021 HeinOnline Blog

It was the season for gift-giving, so it was only fitting that December's Secrets of the Serial Set post uncovered the story behind one of the most famous gifts ever given to the United States of America: the Statue of Liberty.

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Crime of the Century: The Bombing of the Los Angeles Times Building
December 17, 2021 HeinOnline Blog

The presses were waiting to roll out the Los Angeles Times’ next edition on October 1, 1910. Night editors smoked cigarettes as they put the final touches on the paper. Telegraph operators watched for late-breaking news to come tapping over the wireless. The twentieth century had just begun, but the press would quickly christen the bombing of the Times building the “crime of the century.” 

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Lend Hein a Hand
January 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


LibGuides Added Recently
Bremer-Kovacs Collection: Historic Documents Related to the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946

This LibGuide explains the breadth of content within the Bremer-Kovacs Collection, while exploring how to use the database's unique, interactive timeline feature which helps users navigate and contextualize the information. Plus, learn more about the Editors' additional bibliography and other help resources.

U.S. Statutes at Large

This LibGuide details the convenient content organization and plethora of browse options that reside within HeinOnline's U.S. Statutes at Large database. Explore search tips, related blog posts, help resources, and so much more!


HeinOnline's author profile pages help to showcase, promote, and contextualize the scholarly work of individual authors. In this LibGuide, you'll learn how to locate author profile pages, all of their handy features, how to edit an author profile page, and more.

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