__http://guides.library.tamu.edu/math__

The subject guide for Mathematics on the Library’s website is a collection of resources including online indexes/databases and some good websites from which you can find a lot of helpful information.

**LibCat – **__http://libcat.tamu.edu__, or access it from the Library’s homepage.

Use “Simple Search” or “Keyword builder” to search for books; note “Call Number”, “Location” and “Status”; come to the right locations and retrieve the books.

**Springer Ebooks Online**

We have access to e-books published by Springer since 2005.** **

**Netlibrary **

It is a collection of electronic books in various disciplines including mathematics. The full-text is available.

**ebrary **

It includes 20,000 full-text books in multiple academic and general interest subject areas.

**Handbook of discrete and combinatorial mathematics**

Editor: Kenneth H. Rosen

Location: Evans Library

Call Number: QA164 .H36 2000

**McGraw-Hill dictionary of mathematics**

Location: Full-text online through NetLibrary

Call No.: QA5 .M425 2003eb

**The Penguin dictionary of mathematics**

Editor: David Nelson

Location: Evans Library

Call No.: QA5 .P4425 2003

**Encyclopedia of mathematics**

Editor: James Tanton

Location: Evans Library

Call No.: QA5 .T34 2005

**CRC concise encyclopedia of mathematics**

Editor: Eric W. Weisstein

Location: Evans Library

Call No.: QA76.15 .E53 2001

**Wolfram MathWorld http://mathworld.wolfram.com/**

MathWorld is a comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia which is sponsored by Wolfram Research, the creators of Mathematica. MathWorld was created by Eric W. Weisstein, with assistance from the mathematics and internet communities.

**Math on the Web http://www.ams.org/mathweb**

Part of the American Mathematics Society web site. Includes information on reference material; books; abstracting, reviewing, and database services; servers; journals; institutes and societies; addresses; and lists of the most important mathematics web sources. Gain access via a table, the AMS classification system, or by topic.

**Math Forum http://mathforum.org/**

This is a popular online forum originally funded by the National Science Foundation. Drexel University is the current administrator. Math Forum has links to over 8,500 online resources in mathematics and math education. Search by topic, resource type, and educational level.

**MAA Mathematical Science Digital Library **__http://mathdl.maa.org/mathDL/__

MathDL is an online resource published by the Mathematical Association of America. The site provides online resources for both teachers and students of mathematics.** **

**MathSciNet **

The major mathematical index used in the United States. It provides Web access to over 65 years of Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications. It contains evaluative reviews and abstracts of the international research literature in mathematics and related disciplines. Full-text is not available from the database. You need to check LibCat or Search Now to see the availability. If the article is not in our collections, you may use Get it for me service to request it.

**SIAM**** Journals Online **

The full text of the articles in the eleven journals is included in the SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) Journals Online database.

**Web of Science **

It includes the Science Citation Index, which covers over 5,900 of the most important science and engineering journals. Search by author, subject, or look for all the papers which have cited another paper.

Scopus

Another citation database similar to Web of Scinece

**ScienceDirect **

ScienceDirect is a database of scientific, technical and medical literature from publishers such as Elsevier, Pergamon, Academic Press, etc. The full text is available for some journals or books.

**JSTOR **

Full text archive of scholarly journals. It includes important math and science titles such as journals from the Association of Computing and Machinery, the American Mathematical Society, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Royal Society. Strong source for the history of science. Includes core English language mathematics journals from 1878 to within 3 – 5 years of the present date.

**Academic Search Complete**

It provides full text for more than 4,000 scholarly publications, 3,100 of which are peer reviewed. It is multi-disciplinary and includes mathematics. It can be a good database for undergraduates to use.