## Mathematics Databases

### Key databases

## Selected ejournal titles

**Mathematics**– Available from 2013**Communications on Applied Mathematics and Computation**– Available from 2019**Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computational Mechanics**– Available from 2002**Mathematical Intelligencer**– Available from 1993**Applied Mathematical Modelling**– Available from 1976

## Browse print books

- Find shelves on 3rd floor with call number ranges below.
- Books within these call number ranges are organized by subject, so you can find other related books.

Keyword |
Call # range |

Logic | BC 108
BC 135 |

Probability & Statistics | HA 29 |

Theoretical Economics & Analysis | HB 135 |

Economic Forecasting | HB 3730 |

Business Math | HF 5691-5695 |

Trigonometry & Algebra | QA 152-162 |

Calculus | QA 303 |

Geometry | QA 445 |

## Selected ebook titles

- Baswell, A., “Advances in Mathematics Research”, 2008
- Tanton, J., “Mathematics Galore!”, 2012
- Logan, J., “Applied Mathematics”, 2013
- Erickson, M., “Beautiful Mathematics”, 2011
- Buono, P., “Advanced Calculus : Differential Calculus and Stokes’ Theorem”, 2016
- Geveci, T., “Intermediate Calculus: Infinite Series”, 2015
- Meyer, W., “Geometry and Its Applications”, 2006

## Selected Mathematics Websites

**American Mathematical Society** – “A professional society since 1888, we advance research and connect the diverse global mathematical community through publications, meetings and conferences.”

**Mathematical Association of America** – “The Mathematical Association of America is the world’s largest community of mathematicians, students, and enthusiasts. We further the understanding of our world through mathematics because mathematics drives society and shapes our lives.” Also includes information about competitions.

** Association for Women in Mathematics** – Founded in 1971, this organization promotes, encourages, and supports the inclusion of women in the field of mathematics. Contrasting with previous decades like in the 60’s through the 80’s, the AWM attempts to influence mathematics culture so that younger women may find it more supportive to enter the discipline.

**MIT Open Courseware** – A site sponsored by M.I.T. for mathematics courseware, open and freely available.

**The Math Forum** – From the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, a site for assistance with additional links to “Ask Dr. Math” and “Teacher2Teacher”.

**American Institute of Mathematics **– “To advance mathematical knowledge through collaboration, to broaden participation in the mathematical endeavor, and to increase the awareness of the contributions of the mathematical sciences to society.”

**Wolfram Mathworld** – An extensive internet mathematics resource.

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