Mathematics & Statistics Resources
The following are selected resources that are available at Fogler Library or
on the Internet. If you have questions about finding information related to
Mathematics & Statistics, please contact the Science and Engineering Center at
5811691 or email Martin Wallace. Or use our
Ask a
Librarian service.
Use these databases to locate citations or full text for journal
articles, conference papers, technical reports and theses in mathematics & statistics. Once you have located relevant articles, search URSUS by journal
or book title to determine if Fogler Library owns the item. We may own
journals in print or online or both formats. Need to check the record
listed as Serials (for print holdings) and ESerials (for electronic holdings). Must click on the
"Restricted Access UM" link to see the online holdings. If we do
not own the item you need, consider requesting through Interlibrary
Loan. Remember most of the articles listed in these databases cannot be
located by using a regular web browser such as Google. These databases
provide the means to locating scholarly research articles.
Tips for Searching:
 Use truncation to allow for the various spellings of a word. Truncation symbol for most databases is the * (asterisk). For
example: Comput* will retrieve: computer, computing, computers,
computational, etc.
 Use double quotes to search for an exact phrase: "wave
energy" will retrieve much more precise results. Searching
without quotes in most databases yields a search for  wave and
energy. Finds the words anywhere in the same record not as a phrase.
 Check the length of the article. Would probably
not want to pursue articles under 3 pages unless you are looking for news
items to gather information on companies or research labs making news.
 Use synonyms to make your search more comprehensive. Link synonyms
with 'or' operator. For example: underwater or submers*
 Link concepts with the 'and' operator. Use parentheses to group
synonyms together when using one search box. For example: (hybrid*
or electric*) and (automobile* or vehicle* or cars or car)
 When you have located some relevant articles, review the abstract and
subject headings of these records. Utilize subject headings for more precise
results. Most databases you can click on a subject heading for a new
search and then refine this new search with additional keywords.
 Utilize the bibliography at the end of relevant research papers to expand
your list of resources. Some of these references may have
errors. It has been found that 20% of the references cited will have
an error.
Most Relevant Databases:
 MathSciNet. Coverage is 1940  Present.comprehensive resource covering mathematical journal articles and books. It also
includes fulltext reviews of many of the articles. This is the electronic version
of Mathematical Reviews (Sci Index QA 1 M7) and Current Mathematical
Publications (shelved in Sci Periodicals).
MathSciNet Guidebook and MathSciNet
Search Help.
 American
Mathematical Society (AMS). Journals. Searchable database of all
AMS journals. Allows searching by author, title, keywords, abstract,
full text of article, references or anywhere in the record.
 ArXiv.org. Open access to over 459,000 eprints in Physics,
Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology and
Statistics. Database is searchable by author, title, abstract, fulltext, etc. Users may register to receive RSS or email notification of new papers on matching
areas of interest.
 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Digital
Library. Access all Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
journals, magazines, transactions, conference proceedings, and newsletters
back to early 1950s. See also ACM's
Author Profile Pages
which include Bibliometrics, a snapshot of an individual author's
contributions to computing, and a basic measure of their influence on the
field.
 Compendex. (Engineering Index). Coverage is 1970  Present. The best
multidisciplinary engineering database that indexes over 5000 engineering
journals, conferences and technical reports.compendex is part of the Engineering Villageindex and search interface. This service also
provides specialized indexing of the Internet, a technical standards
database, and a link to the U.S. Patent Database. Print copy in Sci Index
TA1. E6, 1884  1995. Excellent choice for applied mathematics, control
theory, robotics, and computer applications.
 Directory of Open Access Journals. This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and
scholarly journals. It includes 102 math journals and 20 statistics
journals.
 Electronic Library
of Mathematics. A service of the European Mathematical Society that offers links
to free online journals, proceedings, and monographs.
 Gottinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum. Digital Collections. Mathematica.
 Jahrbuch Project. Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics
(ERAM). Indexes publications from 18681942. Consult the
search
help and contents information.
 JSTOR. A digital archive of over 350 scholarly journals. It
includes 17 journals in mathematics and 13 in statistics. Coverage is always
back to the first volume of a journal so several titles in mathematics date
back to the 18th and 19th centuries. JSTOR does not provide access to the most
recent volumes of a journal. Usually the most recent 2 to 5 years are
not included.
 MathDoc Portal. Index to online books, dissertations, journal articles, preprints, and table
of contents
 Mathematical
Association of America (MAA) Mathematical Sciences Digital Library.
 Mathematics on the Web: Mathematics Preprint Servers. Provides
links to worldwide preprint servers.
 Mathematical Physics
Preprint Archive. Coverage is 1991 to present and organized by
the University of Texas.
 NUMDAM: Digitization of Ancient
Mathematics Documents. Searchable database containing the full
text of 6 French mathematics journals. Publications dates range from
1864  2000.
 Probability Abstract
Service. Coverage is 1991 to present by the Univ. of Washington.
 Science.gov
5.0. A free, integrated singlesearch gateway to reliable science and
technology information from 17 organizations within 13 federal science
agencies  access to over 200 million pages of scientific information.
 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Journals Online
Database.
 StatLib. Maintained
by the Carnegie Mellon University Statistics Department; contains software, datasets, and
publications related to statistics.

Web
of Science. Coverage is 1900 to present. Online version
of Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index and Arts and
Humanities Citation Index. General Search allows you to do
keyword, author, journal title, and author's affiliation or location. The Cited Reference Search allows you to find articles that cite an older article
of interest. For the cited reference search just use the first author's last
name and initial(s) and the year of publication. Do not bother with the
journal or book title. Keep in mind our subscription is only for 2000 to
present.
Databases that may also be helpful:

Academic Search Complete. PARTIAL FULL TEXT DATABASE Provides full text for
nearly 3,200 scholarly publications covering academic areas of study
including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences,
engineering, and mathematics. Good resource for a few basic articles on a
topic. This database is designed for undergraduate research.

AIP Conference Proceedings. Online archive with access back to volume 1
(1970). In addition, AIP proceedings are indexed in
Inspec, and are included in CrossRef.
 BioMed Central. They are
an independent publishing house committed to providing immediate free
access to peerreviewed biomedical and bioinformatics research. They
publish open access journals. Searching and browsing capabilities are
provided. The have 3 journals in the field of bioinformatics.

BIOSIS
Previews. 1970present. BIOSIS Previews, worldwide in scope, indexes the literature of the
biological and biomedical sciences. The premier database in the biological
sciences, subject coverage includes agriculture, bioengineering, biophysics, bioinformatics, genetics and biological
statistics. Approximately 5,500 serial publications as well as books,
proceedings and meeting abstracts, technical reports, review papers, and
patents are indexed.

Dissertations
and Theses (Proquest). Indexes
dissertations and theses written by graduates of North American and European
universities. The complete text of dissertations written at the University of
Maine after 1996 is included.
 EPrint Network. Maintained
by the Dept. of Energy. Allows simultaneous searching of a variety of
preprint servers.

ERIC. (Educational Resource Information Center, produced by the U.S. Dept. of
Education) Coverage is 1966  Present. Indexes journal articles,
technical reports, books, and dissertations. Coverage of mathematics
education, reforms and methods are well covered.

IEEE Xplore & IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL). Complete fulltext
access to the IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL). Includes over 160 journals
published by the IEEE and IET, transactions, conference proceedings and
active IEEE standards. Indexing extends back to 1988 for all journals and
conference proceedings and further back to 1913 for selected publications.
Offers an alerting service, saved searches, and other valuable Web 2.0
capabilities for users who register for free personal accounts.
 INFORMS
Online. which indexes journals in operations research and management
science, 1976 to the present.
 INSPEC. Coverage is 1969  Present. Provides worldwide coverage of the
research literature for the fields of physics, electrical engineering,
electronics, computer hardware and software, control engineering and
information technology. It is produced by the Institution of
Electrical Engineers, Great Britain. Literature is reviewed from over
3,500 journals and 1,500 conference proceedings each year. Database is
updated weekly. Searching in combination with Compendex is recommended and
utilize the "Remove Duplicates" feature.
 MEDLINE. Index produced by the National Library of Medicine. Includes over
3,600 journals covering all areas of clinical and experimental
medicine, nursing, dentistry and health administration. Updated
weekly. Coverage is 1947 to present.

National Technical Reports Library (NTRL). Provides indexing to a
collection of more than 2.2 million historical (pre1900) to current U.S.
governmentsponsored technical reports archived by the National Technical Information Service
(NTIS).
Over 700,000 documents are available in fulltext format. Subject coverage
includes engineering, computer science, transportation, medicine, biology,
energy, communications, agriculture, and more.
 Polish Virtual Mathematics Library. Provides access to 11 journals. Coverage extends back to volume
1.
 Scitation. Formerly OJPS. Hosts ejournals
of the American Physical Society, Acoustical Society of America, Biomedical Engineering Society, American Institute of Physics and many
others.
 ScienceDirect. FULL TEXT FOR UMAINE SUBSCRIBED JOURNAL TITLES ONLY (1800+). Online access to full text from 1995 for most titles. Sign up for automatic notification when new issues are published.
 Scirus. produced by Elsevier. Use for searching instead of ScienceDirect
interface. Use this Advanced search which provides many options for
full text searching and across a variety of databases.
Print Indexes to Research Literature in the Science and Engineering Center
 Abstracts of Papers Presented to the American
Mathematical Society. (Sci Index QA 1 A517) This print index is published four
times a year and contains abstracts of all papers that were presented at meetings of the
American Mathematical Society.
 Science Citation Index. Print copy at Sci Index
Q1.A1S36. Holdings are 1965 to present. An excellent multidisciplinary science information source which leads you
to papers that cite a paper of interest, thus resulting in records for articles
that you may not find using traditional subject or keyword searching. To learn how
to use it, ask a Science and Engineering Center librarian. Online
access is available through Web
of Science. coverage is only 2000 to present.
 J. C. Poggendorffs biographischliterarisches Handwörterbuch für
Mathematik, Asthie und verwandte Wissensgebiete. Index dating back to
1863 for all areas of science. Arranged by author and contains
references to books and journal articles. (SciRef Z7404.P74).
 American Mathematical Society (AMS) Books Online.
 Bartleby.com: Great Books Online. Includes full text of reference, literature (fiction and poetry), and
nonfiction works.
 Cornell Historic
Math Book Collection. Full text of historic mathematics titles
from Cornell's Digital Library Collection.

DML
Digital Mathematics Library. Contains over 1700 digitized books.
 Electronic Library of
Mathematics. Contains online journals, article collections,
monographs, and other electronic resources. Access is generally free, except
for some periodicals with a "moving wall", i. e. , a certain delay
period after which resources become freely available.
 Ethnomathematics Digital
Library. online books or articles about mathematics around the world and
math used in everyday life.
 Gottinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum. Digital Collections. Mathematica
 Jahrbuch uber die
Fortschritte der Mathematik. Most important publications
from the period 1868  1942.
 Livres Numérisés Mathématiques. Digital Mathematical Books. Combined index for the digital books
from Bibliothèque Nationale de France,
Cornell
University Library, University of
Michigan Library, and Universität
Göttingen and the ICM, Uniwersytet
Warszawski  Biblioteka Wirtualna
Matematyki.
 Mathsoft. Mathcad. Electronic Books.
 Mathtools.net. Collection of tutorials, books, and web sites on programming languages
including MATLAB, C, C++, JAVA, Visual Basic, etc. Full text tutorials
are extensive.
 MultiRepository Mathematics
Collections. joint project by the University of Michigan, Cornell
and University of Göttingen.
 National Science Digital Library. A digital library of
exemplary resource collections and services, organized in
support of science education at all levels.
 NetLibrary. A collection of 7,400 ebooks (3,400 copyrighted titles and 4,000 in the
public domain). Although access to the public domain titles is unrestricted,
users must create a personal account in order to check out copyrighted
titles and in order to access these titles from nonUniversity IP addresses
or commercial internet service providers. The checkout period is 4 hours
and can be repeated.
 Newton Project. Digitized works by Isaac Newton, links to many biographical sources and
digital libraries of his works.

Online
Books Page. Sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania. Mathematics and computer science titles.
 S. O. S. Mathematics Tables and Formulas Tables
featured include Trigonometric Identities, Derivatives, Indefinite
Integrals, Common Integrals, and Binomial Coefficients and Formulas, among
others.
 Trigonometric Delights. By Eli Maor. Princeton Univ. Press, 2002. Online text.
 University of Michigan
Library. Historical Mathematics Collection.

Access
Science. Online version of the McGrawHill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology and the McGrawHill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms. Includes over 8,500 online encyclopedia articles and 15,000 illustrations from the McGrawHill Encyclopedia of Science
& Technology, 10th Edition and regularly updated, fullysearchable mediarich content, terms, images and video.
 Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics. (SciRef
QA276.15.E84 1998)
 The concise encyclopedia of statistics / Yadolah Dodge; Springer. (SciRef
HA17 .D63 2008)

Credo Reference (online). Over 3.2 million entries from more than 450
encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, guides, and atlases in all fields.
 Dictionary of Mathematics. (SciRef
QA5.D53 1999)
 Encyclopedia of mathematical physics / editors, JeanPierre Francoise,
Gregory L. Naber, Tsou Sheung Tsun; Elsevier. (SciRef
QC20 .E53 2006)
 Encyclopaedia of Mathematics. (SciRef QA5.M3713
1988)
 Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences. (SciRef QA
276.14.E5)
 Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics. (SciRef QA 5.I8313
1987)
 Infoplease.com. Encyclopedia, almanac, atlas, dictionary and thesaurus in one resource
with good science and technology coverage. Nobel
and science awards page.
 Information Graphics. (SciRef
QA90.H29 1996)
 ISI
Glossary of Statistical Terms. By the International Statistical
Institute. Includes entries in 19 languages.
 Mathematics Dictionary. (SciRef QA5.J33)
 MathWorld. (Eric
Weisstein's World of Mathematics). Interactive mathematics
encyclopedia for students, educators and researchers.
 OnLine Encyclopedia
of Integer Sequences. Produced by AT&T Labs.
 Planet Math.org. Mathematics
Encyclopedia.
 PRIME
Encyclopedia.
 Words of Mathematics: An Etymological
Dictionary of Mathematical Terms Used in English. (SciRef QA5.S375) Word origins of >1,500 math words.
 Atlas of Functions. (SciRef
QA331.S685 1987)
 Atlas of Graphs. (SciRef
QA166.R42 1998)
 CRC Standard Curves and Surfaces. (SciRef
QA 643.V67)
 CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae. 31st ed. CRC
Press, 2003. (SciRef QA47.C17 2003)
 CRC Standard Probability & Statistics. Tables and Formulae. (SciRef QA 273.3.Z95 2000)

Credo Reference (online). Over 3.2 million entries from more than 450
encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, guides, and atlases in all fields.
 Dictionary of Real Numbers. (SciRef QA 47 B625)
 Engineering
mathematics pocket book, 4th ed. / John Bird. Boston : Newnes. (SciRef
TA332 .B57 2008)
 Handbook of Applied Mathematics. (SciRef QA 40 H34)
 Handbook of Differential Equations. (SciRef QA 371
Z88)
 Handbook of integral equations, 2nd ed. / Andrei D. Polyanin, Alexander V.
Manzhirov; Chapman & Hall/CRC. (SciRef
QA431 .P65 2008)
 Handbook of Mathematical Formulas and Integrals. 3rd ed. 2004 (SciRef QA47.J38 2004)
 Handbook of mathematics, 3rd ed. / I.N. Bronshtein [et al.]; Springer. (SciRef
A40 .S6813 2007)
 Handbook of Parametric and Nonparametric Statistical Procedures. 3rd. ed. 2004. (ORO Stacks QA276.25.S54 2004)
 Handbook of special functions : derivatives, integrals, series and other
formulas / Yury A. Brychkov; CRC Press. (SciRef
QA351 .B79 2008)

Mathematical Constants. By S. R. Finch. (QA41.F54 2003)

Mathematical handbook of formulas and tables, 3rd ed. / Murray R. Spiegel,
Seymour Lipschutz, John Liu.
McGrawHill. (SciRef QA41 .S75
2009)  Mathematics Handbook for Science and
Engineering. (SciRef QA41.R34 1995)
 Math2.org. Mathematics reference tables.
 The Princeton companion to mathematics / editor, Timothy Gowers ;
associate editors, June BarrowGreen, Imre Leader.
Princeton University Press. (SciRef
QA11.2 .P745 2008)
 Selected Tables in Mathematical Statistics. (SciRef QA276.25.H372)
 S. O. S. Mathematics Tables and Formulas. Tables
featured include Trigonometric Identities, Derivatives, Indefinite
Integrals, Common Integrals, and Binomial Coefficients and Formulas, among
others.
 Statistical Tables for Biological,
Agricultural, and Medical Research. (SciRef QH324.F52)
 Tables of Integrals, Series, and Products. (SciRef QA55.G6613 2000)
 Awesome
Library: Mathematics. Database of tutorials and games for
elementary  college level students.

Basketweave.com. Math problems for elementary and middle
school students.
 Calculus Page. Problem sets, tutorials, etc.
 Catalog of
Mathematics Resources on the WWW and Internet.
 Discovery
School. Schrock's Guide for Educators. Mathematics. Site for
educators and students to enhance the regular curriculum.
 ExploreLearning.com. Provides
lesson plans and multimedia activities for math and science.
 Harvard Mudd College (HMC)
Mathematics Tutorial Online. Contains tutorials and quizzes for
calculus and linear algebra. Sponsored by Harvey Mudd College, Dept. of
Mathematics.
 Hilbert's
Mathematical Problems. Links to solutions and research papers
about the 23 problems defined by Hilbert.
 Interactive Mathematics
Miscellany and Puzzles. Includes tutorials, puzzles, and glossary.
 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). competition for high school students. Site includes exam problems and
competition results.
 K  12 Mathematics Curriculum Center. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Provides publications
and lesson plans to help teachers and schools implement standardsbased
mathematics curricula.
 Karl's Calculus Tutor.
 Knot
a Braid of Links. Good place to start looking for interesting web
pages and web databases. Produced by the Canadian Mathematical Society.
 MAA
Calculus Articles for Students. online articles to supplement your
textbook
 Math
Forum @ Drexel. Provides materials, activities, persontoperson
interactions, and educational products.
 Math Goodies. Problems,
puzzles and worksheets for students and teachers.
 MathCounts. Math competition and
coaching for middle school students.
 Mathematics
Archives. MathArchives. Lists teaching materials, software, WWW
links and a searchable database.
 Mathematical
Atlas. A Gateway to Modern Mathematics. A collection of short articles
designed to provide and introduction to modern mathematics topics. Subjects
are arranged in a hierarchy of disciplines.
 Mathematical
Sciences Research Institute (MSRI). Lectures and tutorials are presented in streaming video.
 Math on the Web.
 Math/Science
Network. Expanding Your Horizons.
 Mathtools.net. Collection of tutorials, books, and web sites on programming languages
including MATLAB, C, C++, JAVA, Visual Basic, etc. Full text tutorials
are extensive.
 MathWorld. (Eric
Weisstein's World of Mathematics). Interactive mathematics
encyclopedia for students, educators and researchers.
 Matrix Market. Provided
by NIST. Provides test data for using algorithms in numerical linear
algebra. Find data for real life applications.
 Mega Mathematics. By Los
Alamos National Laboratory for elementary school students.
 Metamath
Home Page. Contains over 3000 completely worked out proofs in logic and
set theory. Proof Explorer, Quantum Logic Explorer and Hilbert Space
Explorer.
 MIT Open
Courseware. Mathematics. Includes lecture notes, readings,
assignments and study materials.
 National Science Digital Library. A digital library of
exemplary resource collections and services, organized in
support of science education at all levels.
 National Center for Improving
Student Learning and Achievement in Mathematics and Science.
 NRICH. Math problems, games and articles.
 Number Theory Web. A collection of links to online information of interest to number theorists. Researchers will find links to books published,
conferences, who'swho and active research groups, online lecture notes and
theses.
 PBS TeacherSource. 4,000+
free lesson plans and activities.
 Practical Algebra
Lessons. (Purplemath) Contains over 100 lessons to assist high
school and college level students.
 Probability
Web.
 Resources
for Undergraduate Mathematics Majors. Internships,
scholarships, graduate and summer programs, etc.
 Statistical
Science Web. Lists information on societies, government
departments, universities, job, teaching resources, publications, etc.
 Trigonometric Delights. By Eli Maor. Princeton Univ. Press, 2002. Online text.
 Visual Calculus. A collection of tutorials, drills and computer programs to aid in the
studying and teaching of calculus.
 WebMath.com. Well indexed
site that allows you to find a short tutorial on a topic of interest.
 Wolfram Functions Site. Large
collection of formulas and graphics on mathematical functions.
 World Lecture
Hall. Mathematics. Based at
The University of Texas at Austin, contains links to web sites created
worldwide for universitylevel academic courses. Some are distance learning
courses.
 Writing Center. University of Maine.
 Writing Laboratory. Purdue
University.
 American Mathematical Society (AMS). Information about the society's programs, meetings, policies, publishing, membership and
Internet resources. Contains links to other organizations and preprint
servers, and you can search their
Combined Membership List  a directory of
AMS members and several other professional
organizations.
 American Statistical Association
(ASA). Provides online publications, career center, government information, etc.
 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
 Association of Mathematics Teacher
Educators.
 Canadian Mathematical Society.
 Consortium for Mathematics and its
Applications.
 Directory
of Institutions in the Mathematical Sciences.
 European Bioinformatics Institute. Provides access to a wide array of nucleotide and protein databases and
structure and sequence analysis software
 European Mathematical Society.
 Institute for Advanced Study. School of
Mathematics.
 Institute for Mathematics and its
Applications (IMA). They make available full text preprints,
news, workshops and seminars with long abstracts.
 Institute for Operations Research and
Management Sciences. (INFORMS) Many resources are provided for
researchers and professors.
 Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
 International Mathematical Union.
 International Statistical Institute.
 International Society for
Computational Biology.
 Mathematical Association of America (MAA).
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
 Pi Mu Epsilon. This is the honorary national mathematics society with over
300 chapters at colleges and universities in the U.S.
 School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA).
 Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Maintains links to college and university
depts. , math industry news, links for college students. Fogler
maintains subscriptions to their journals
in electronic and paper formats.
 S*Star.orgAlliance. An organization of 8
universities conducting bioinformatics education.
 Archimedes. Collection of his works and analysis of his devices.
 Biographical Dictionary of
Mathematicians. (SciRef QA28.B534 1994)
 Biographies
of Mathematicians. Essays on history topics and biographies. Presented by University of St. Andrews.
 Biographies
of Women Mathematicians. An awardwinning site with information on female
mathematicians past and present. Developed by the Department of Mathematics at Agnes
Scott College.
 Breakthroughs: a Chronology of Great Achievements in Science and
Mathematics, 12001930. By C. L. Parkinson. G. K. Hall,
1985. (SciRef Q125.P327 1985)
 Bibliography of mathematical works printed in America through 1850. By
L. C. Karpinsky. See also
The Louis C. Karpinsky Database: Mathematics Textbooks, 18501950. Developed and
maintained Eisso Atzema, University of Maine.
 British Society for
the History of Mathematics. Links to Web Sites on the History of Mathematics. Nice directory of web
resources.
 Canadian Society for the History and
Philosophy of Mathematics. They hold conferences, publish journals and
maintain links to other history of mathematics sites.
 Catalog
of the Scientific Community of the 16th and 17th Centuries. 631
detailed biographies with vital facts and information on their contributions
to science.
 Cornell Historic
Math Book Collection. Full text of historic mathematics titles
from Cornell's Digital Library Collection.
 Einstein Archives Online. Provides full text access to Einstein's scientific and nonscientific
manuscripts held at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Also has
archival database indexing over 43,000 items by or about Einstein.
 Galileo Project. Features a biography, chronology, family portraits, bibliography, etc.
 HistoriaMatematica. Provides a virtual discussion forum for scholarly
discussion of the history of mathematics.
 History and Pedagogy of
Mathematics. (HPM) International Study Group.
 History of Greek Mathematics. By T. L. Heath. Clarendon Press,
192. (ORO Stacks QA22.H4 vol. 12)
 History of
Mathematics. compiled by D. R. Wilkins, Trinity College.
 History
of Mathematics. compiled by D. E. Joyce, Clark University. Links to many
web sites and provides extensive bibliographies. Arranged by subject
and includes chronology.
 History of Mathematics. By D. E. Smith. Dover Pubs. ,
1958. (ORO Stacks QA21.S62 1958)
 History of Mathematics from Antiquity to the Present : a Selective
Bibliography. ed. by J. W. Dauben. Garland Press, 1985. (ORO
Stacks Z6651.D38 1985) See also the 2000 edition published by
the American Mathematical Society on CDROM. (Media Resource Center
CDROM Z6651.D38 2000) A selected bibliography on the history of
mathematics. Contains over 4,800 bibliographic entries with annotations.
 History of the Theory of Numbers. By L. E. Dickson. Carnegie
Institution of Washington, 19191923. (ORO Stacks 512.81.D561 vol. 1  3)
 International Commission on the
History of Mathematics. (ICHM).
 Introduction to the History of Mathematics. By Howard W. Eves. 5th ed. Saunders, 1983 (ORO Stacks QA21. E8 1983) Maine author.
 Jahrbuch Project. Electronic Research Archive for Mathematics
(ERAM). Indexes publications from 18681942.
 MacTutor
History of Mathematics Archive. An excellent site with biographies, histories of
mathematical topics, famous curves, prize winner lists, and many other types of
information. Maintained by the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.
 Mathematical Century: the 30 Greatest Problems of the Last 100
Years. By. P. Odifreddi. Princeton University Press, 2004. (ORO Stacks QA26.O3513 2004)
 Mathematicians
of the 17th and 18th centuries. Adapted from A Short Account
of the History of Mathematics by W. W. Rouse Ball 4th Edition, 1908.
 Mathematics
Textbooks, 1850  1950. compiled by Prof. Eisso Atzema, Dept. of
Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine, Orono. It includes links to
important collections in the U.S. and a database under construction by Prof. Atzema.
 Men of Mathematics. By E. T. Bell. Simon and Schuster,
1937. (ORO Stacks QA28.B4 1937)
 Newton Project. Digitized works by Isaac Newton, links to many biographical sources and
digital libraries of his works.
 Notable Women in Mathematics. (SciRef QA28.N68 1998)
 NUMDAM: Digitization of Ancient
Mathematics Documents. Searchable database containing the full
text of 6 French mathematics journals. Publications dates range from
1864  2000.
 Source Book in Mathematics, 1200  1800. Ed. by D. Struik. Harvard Univ. Press, 1969. (ORO Stacks QA21.S88) Collection of classical papers that have shaped the discipline.
 Statisticians of the Centuries. (SciRef QA276. 256. S73 2001)
 Turing Archive for the History of
Computing. Collection of digital douments by Turing and other
pioneers of computing.
 University of Michigan
Library. Historical Mathematics Collection.
 World of Scientific
Biography. (Eric Weisstein's). Interactive encyclopedia listing
over 250 important researchers in mathematics. Links to information
about their contributions.
 American
Institute of Physics. Style Manual. 4th ed. , 1990. Also
print edition at (SciRef QC5. 45. A45 1990)
 American Mathematical Society Website: Authors
and Reviewers. (http://www.ams.org/publications/authors/authors) Information on publishing with the AMS.

Checklist
of criteria of a scholarly article.
 Citing
sources and avoiding plagiarism.

Citation
Styles, Style Guides and Avoiding Plagiarism. Univ. of California,
Berkeley.

Critically
analyzing information sources.
 Duke University.. Assembling
a list of cited works in your paper.

Evaluating
web sites.
 Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences. (SciRef QA42. H54) Includes tips on choosing the right journal for submittal and structuring a
talk.
 How to write Mathematics. (QA41 . H6 1981).
 LATEX typesetting system for mathematics and scientific publishing. "The
Not So Short Introduction to LATEX 2" by Tobias Oetiker, Sept. 2003.
 A Manual for authors of mathematical papers. (SciRef QA42 . M36 1984).
 A primer of mathematical writing : being a disquisition on
having your ideas recorded, typeset, published, read and appreciated. (QA42
. K73 1997).
 Publications handbook and style manual. American Society of
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