Starting your research - the Home Page

For all your research questions, you'll begin at the Home Page, which is the first page you'll see after logging in <Fig. 1>. From here, you can find answers and information in several ways:

  1. Search just like Google™. No source selection is necessary, and you’ll get term suggestions as you type. Just hit Enter to show your results.
  2. My History is a research trail that lets you go back to recent results or content you’ve searched for or viewed.
  3. Browse O’Connor’s content by practice area. Simply select an area, such as Pretrial & Trial Procedure, and you’ll be presented with topics from Commentaries, Forms, Codes & Rules, Charts, and Timetables. Click a link and be taken to the content directly.
  4. My Content is a quick view of your recently added highlights, bookmarks, and notes. Also, from the drop-down menu, you can access all the content you’ve organized into customized folders.

At any time, you can return to the Home Page by clicking the O’Connor’s Online logo at the top of the page.

Fig. 1. Home Page 

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Comments

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    Michael Shea O'Connor

    The figure doesn't open. I'm using Google Chrome. Does that make a difference?

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    Baird Craft

    Michael, I'm looking at it now in Chrome and I can see the figure. The picture is from the home page of O'Connor's Online. If you login you will see the search box (1), a middle browse panel (3), a reading panel on the right with my content (4), and your search history (2) on the left side. Search history will be empty when you start. I'm looking at Chrome settings and trying to figure out why an image would not download. I'm not sure.

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    James Walker

    Michael is right. It doesn't show the picture.

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