HeinOnline’s ScholarCheck is a series of tools and features integrated throughout HeinOnline to help researchers quickly locate related material throughout the interface. It allows users to view articles and cases which have a heavy influence on the subject being researched.
From both search results and from within HeinOnline and Fastcase documents, easily link to lists of articles and cases that cite the current article.
Users may also view how many times the article has been accessed by other HeinOnline users within a rolling 12-month period. This helps the user retrieve the most accurate and relevant search results, as well as to see what's trending in legal research. Within documents, citations and websites will appear as blue highlighted hyperlinks.
ScholarCheck is an integral part of author profile pages in HeinOnline. Metrics counted for each author include:
The following metrics are counted but do not contribute to the author’s overall rank:
The fastest way to find an article in the Law Journal Library is by using its citation within the Citation Navigator. From within the database, click the “Citation” tab above the search bar. Copy and paste a direct citation into the bar and click search.
Click the "Citation Navigator" link beneath the main search bar to open additional options. Enter a volume number and start typing a journal's abbreviation to see a convenient drop-down list of potential title matches appear. From this area, you can also access the Classic Citation Navigator.