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The library offers several kinds of resources for math.
The library offers many resources for science. Finding what you need will depend on what area of science your topic is in; use the tabs on this guide to find specific resources for Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Environmental Studies.
Are you looking for information on the history of math, or the applications of math in the real world? Try searching our catalog for books or browse the shelf in the QA area (annex building, room on the right).
Looking for more theoretical information on specific math concepts? Try searching our catalog for articles, or searching these two databases:
This database provides full-text professional and scholarly journals, buyers’ guides, conference proceedings and more for subjects including construction materials, information technology, textiles, transportation, mathematics and physics.
New content now available! Contains journals in the arts & sciences, as well as other key fields in the humanities and social sciences. JSTOR also contains about 50,000 ebooks from all disciplines, with an emphasis on history and humanities.
3 to 5 year embargo means the most current articles will not be found here.
Looking for how-to books explaining math topics in algebra, trigonometry, and calculus? You may have the best luck searching our catalog for books and ebooks. You can also try the 'Need help with math?' tab for more resources.