HeinOnline's Tip of the Week: Finding the Coverage Information for a Title

Are you looking for a journal volume or a specific page from a recent issue of a journal, but are not sure if it is available in HeinOnline? Check the coverage of a title or journal and its availability in HeinOnline by clicking on the "More Information" icon from the Collection Index Page. Some journal titles may be on a delayed publication schedule due to agreements with the Publishers, while others are updated through the most recent volume and others through the most recent issue. Below is a video illustrating where to access the coverage information, and further below a brief description of this feature.

As illustrated in the video, you can click on the more information icon found on the index page in any collection. NOTE: Not every title in HeinOnline has a "more information" icon. Beyond Journals, coverage information is also available in collections such as the Federal Register, Foreign and International Law Resources Database, Treaties and Agreements, and the U.S. Supreme Court, to name a few. The "More Information" icon displays information about a title which may include some or all of the following: Publisher, Publisher's website, ISSN, frequency, HeinOnline's coverage, and more details about the title.

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