You can access HeinOnline Academic directly or through the law section of the Database List. If you're off-campus, you will be prompted to login with your myPVCC username and password. When searching this database, keep in mind this is not for background information. If you need background information, use a different database, such as Gale eBooks.
There are four different types of searches: full text, citation, catalog, and case law. There is also an advanced search mode that provides expanded search options such as date range. For best results when searching HeinOnline, use specific language.
Full text searching in HeinOnline is a keyword search. For best results, use specific, targeted terms, Boolean operators, and phrase searching.
Use this search when you have a citation to a specific article or a specific case. See examples below.
Citation to specific law journal article:
Citation to a specific case:
NOTE: The citations need to be in Bluebook style (the style used in law).
Use Catalog Search to find specific resources contained in the HeinOnline database.
You can then browse all available volumes.
Searches the Fastcase service. Use a specific case citation.