HeinOnline contains comprehensive coverage from inception of U.S. statutory materials, U.S. Congressional Documents and more than 2,600 scholarly journals. HeinOnline provides topic specific databases including all of the world's constitutions, all U.S. treaties, collections of classic treatises and presidential documents, Criminal Justice, Religion and the Law, and Women and the Law among others.
Full text of state and federal case law powered by Fastcase is included!
The LearningExpress PrepSTEP platforms provide a comprehensive selection of educational resources—including interactive tutorials, practice exams, flashcards, articles and e-books—for basic skills mastery, academic success, job preparation, and career advancement.
You may browse content on the EBSCO LearningExpress site before registering. Once you locate an individual learning resource (tutorial, practice test, article, flashcards, or e-book), that you would like to use, you will be prompted to register before you can access it. Registration also gives you access to “My Center,” where you can save any learning resource in progress for future completion, or to reuse an item.
To register from a computer within your provider institution, simply click the “Sign In/Register” from the upper right side of the blue horizontal navigation bar at the top of any page of the site. Click the “Register” button to register as a new user, verify your institution and enter your information in the required fields, and then click “Register.”
To register from a computer outside of your provider institution’s network (such as from home), you must first register as a New User from the custom, authenticated EBSCO LearningExpress link on your library’s website. Missing this New User step may result in a registration error message.
For future visits, simply sign in as a Returning User with your email address as your username and the password you created at registration.
Trial databases give the IUP community an opportunity to preview a database. Positive feedback from students, faculty and staff will encourage the library to consider purchasing the database to make it a permanent part of the library holdings.
As such, these databases are not available for long periods of time! If you believe that a database will be essential to your studies and research, please make yourself heard by contacting Emily Szitas.