Background Information

More books about mathematics can be found on the fourth floor, in section QA.

CRC Handbook of Mathematical Sciences REF QA 47 .H 324 1987
CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae REF QA 47. M 315 1996
Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics REF QA 276.14 E 84 2002
Concise Oxford dictionary of Mathematics REF QA 5. C 53 1990
Dictionary of Statistics Online only
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics REF QA 5. N 513 1977
Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education REF QA 11. E 665 2001
Mathematics Dictionary REF QA 5. J 33 1992
MathWorld Online only
Princeton Companion to Mathematics REF QA 11.2 P 745 2008

Journal Articles

Academic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to begin a search on any topic.
American Mathematical Society Journals
The AMS publishes some of the most respected mathematical journals in the world. This journal archive can be used to find articles on theoretical and applied mathematics, geometry, calculus, statistics, and more.
The arXiv includes preprints of academic papers in the fields of mathematics, physics, computer science, quantitative biology and statistics.
Education Full Text
This database offers access to thousands of articles about teaching mathematics at all levels, from kindergarten to college.
JSTOR is a journal archive that contains older mathematics, physics, and scientific articles.
MathSciNet is another great source for theoretical and applied mathematics journal articles.

Web Resources

History of Mathematics
This site offers a large collection of links to sites related to the history of mathematics.
Math Archives
This site provides a wide range of links to software, teaching materials, and topics in mathematics, together with a searchable database.
Mathematical Atlas: a Gateway to Modern Mathematics
This site is organized according to the Mathematics Subject Classification devised by the American Mathematical Society. This is an excellent site that maps the subject of mathematics in a logical way.
Mathematics Digital Library
The Mathematical Association of America's Digital Library web site serves as an outstanding resource for both instructors and students of mathematics.
Mathematical Functions
This resource is a compendium of mathematical functions usually published in paper forms as tables of functions and formulae. This site is carefully organized and easy to navigate.
Multi-repository mathematics collections
This site is a fantastic resource for mathematicians, mathematics historians, and mathematics teachers. It allows you to browse as well as do specific word searches through original works of great mathematicians such as Gauss, Bernoulli, Markov, Zermelo, and Weierstrauss.
Scientific Commons
This online database contains abstracts and links to more than 13 million papers in the sciences, including physics, mathematics, biology, and more.
Wolfram Alpha
This new search engine can be used to find the answers to factual questions and can solve mathematical and engineering problems, look up materials and chemical properties, and much more.


American Mathematical Society
This well-organized site provides relevant content for both the corporate and the university mathematician. It contains an extensive collection of mathematical materials organized by subject classification, solid links with other Web sites, and pertinent research.
Mathematical Association of America
This society is the largest professional society that focuses on mathematics education.