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Features library resources for mathematics majors, students in general mathematics classes, mathematics education students and mathematics faculty.

The following databases are particularly useful for finding articles about mathematics:

- MathSciNet (Ebsco) This link opens in a new windowA comprehensive index of the world's mathematical literature from Mathematical Reviews and current mathematical publications, using the Ebsco search interface.

- JSTORAccess the full-text of 300+ mathematics journals from the earliest volumes to the most recent 3-5 years.
- ERICERIC (Education Resources Information Center) is the world's largest digital library of education literature. Search here for journal articles and other materials on mathematics education.
- Google ScholarSearches a large volume of scholarly publications on all topics. Check out this video to see how to set your preferences to get full text access to articles off campus and to limit your search to mathematical materials.

- How to Succeed in College MathematicsCall Number: QA11.2 .D34 2008Among the many topics featured in this vital guide from a veteran college mathematics professor are: improving problem solving skills, satisfying prerequisites, reading the textbook, learning symbolic form, writing mathematics, managing assignments and getting the most out of class.

**Browse Search** → **By subject**, which are like tags. Click on some of the common mathematics subjects below to see our holdings.

- Princeton Companion to MathematicsCall Number: QA11.2 .P745 2008This is a one-of-a-kind reference for anyone with a serious interest in mathematics. Introduces basic mathematical tools and vocabulary, explains essential terms and concepts, examines core ideas in major areas of mathematics, and more!

*This book is also available as an online e-book* - Standard Mathematical Tables and FormulaeCall Number: QA47 .S695 2003An indispensable, up-to-date resource that helps you find the equations, tables, and formulae you need most often.

The Library's Reference Collection provides books for use in the library to help you with definitions, facts, figures, formulas and more. Here are a few of the most useful items:

- CRC Concise Encyclopedia of MathematicsCall Number: QA5 .W45 1999Comprehensive guide to mathematical definitions, formulas, figures, tabulations, and references.
- Penguin Dictionary of MathematicsFrom algebra to number theory, statistics to mechanics, this versatile and completely updated reference takes in all branches of pure and applied mathematics. Includes more than 3,700 entries, supported by explanatory diagrams and biographies of more than 200 key figures.

*This books is available online as an e-book*