Q. How does Heinonline and Google Scholar CASA work?

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CASA (Campus-Activated Subscriber Access) is a Google Scholar initiative that records devices that have access on campus to licensed resources, such as HeinOnline, through authenticated IP ranges. This recording takes place when you use HeinOnline (http://heinonline.org/HOL/Welcome) from a campus internet connection. When you leave campus, but use the same device, HeinOnline can be directly accessed without any additional authentication or the need to use a VPN or remote desktop connection. You will then be able to access HeinOnline for up to 30 days, after which you would need to return to campus to start the process again.

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  • Last Updated Aug 13, 2020
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