HeinOnline, available through the Coleman Karesh’s electronic resources, contains a database called “Cataloging Online,” which provides users with access to various catalogues, classification schedules, and reference materials. Some of the available materials include Catalogue of the Library of the Law School of Harvard University, which is a two-volume set from 1909; Finding the law: A Workbook on Legal Research for Laypersons; Law Books, Their Purposes and Their Use; Cataloging Rules with Explanations and Illustrations; and Library of Congress Subject Headings manuals. Users may browse Library of Congress subject headings and also perform searches within them. This resource includes some obscure materials, and is a useful tool for learning more about legal research.
To access Cataloging Online, click here and select HeinOnline under Legal Search Engines Research.