Mathematics and Statistics
Databases: find journal articles, technical
reports, books, etc.
 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.
 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Digital Library.
Registration is free, but fulltext is for ACM members only.
 Directory of Mathematics
Preprint and Eprint Servers. Maintained by the AMS. Provides
links to all worldwide preprint servers.
 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.
 EPrint Network. Maintained
by the Dept. of Energy. Allows simultaneous searching of a variety of
preprint servers.
 Electronic Library
of Mathematics. A service of the European Mathematical Society that offers links
to free online journals, proceedings, and monographs.
 Google
Scholar. Indexes
scholarly literature, including peerreviewed papers, theses, books,
preprints, abstracts and technical reports. Google Scholar
includes articles from a variety of academic publishers, professional
societies, preprint repositories and universities. They rank results
based on their relevance criteria.
 Gottinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum. Digital Collections. Mathematica.
 IEEE Xplore. Index to IEEE and IET publications
in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics. Full
text of IEEE and IET journals, conference proceedings and standards is available at Fogler Library.
 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.
 MathNet
EJournals.
 Math
Search. Allows you to search over 200,000 documents on
Englishlanguage mathematics and statistics servers across the Web. Note
that most of the material is concerned with researchlevel mathematics.
Allows you to find faculty and departments working on a topic.
 Mathematical Physics
Preprint Archive. Coverage is 1991 to present and organized by
the University of Texas.
 Mathematics arXiv. Preprint archive for 1992 to present. See also the homepage for
arXiv.org for computer science and physics preprint indexes.
Database is searchable by author, title, abstract, fulltext, etc.
Users may register to receive email notification of new papers on matching
areas of interest.
 National Technical
Information Service (NTIS) Database. Contains over 2.0 million
bibliographic records to research reports, computer products, software,
video cassettes, audio cassettes and more from the latest research
sponsored by the United States and select foreign governments. The
complete electronic file dates back to 1964. Most records include
abstracts. Full text to research reports may be purchased from NTIS
using the links in the bibliographic records.
 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.
Library Catalogs
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
 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.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.
 Infoplease.com.
Encyclopedia, almanac, atlas, dictionary and thesaurus in one resource
with good science and technology coverage. Nobel
and science awards page.

ISI
Glossary of Statistical Terms. By the International Statistical
Institute. Includes entries in 19 languages.

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.
Handbooks and Textbooks
 American Mathematical Society (AMS) Books Online.
 Bartleby.com: Great Books Online.
Includes dictionaries, thesauri, quotations, encyclopedias, handbooks and
more.
 Cornell Historic
Math Book Collection. Full text of historic mathematics titles
from Cornell's Digital Library Collection.
 DML
Digital Mathematics Library. Contains over 2200 digitized books and over
200 digitized journals and confernece proceedings.
 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.
 Gottinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum. Digital Collections. Mathematica
 DMOZ Directory of online mathematics books.
 Jahrbuch uber die
Fortschritte der Mathematik. Most important publications
from the period 1868  1942.
 Livres Num�ris�s Math�matiques.
Digital Mathematical Books. Combined index for the digital books
from Biblioth�que nationale de France, Cornell
University Library, University of
Michigan Library, and Universit�t
G�ttingen and the ICM, Uniwersytet
Warszawski  Biblioteka Wirtualna
Matematyki.

Math2.org.
Mathematics reference tables.
 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 G�ttingen.
 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.

University of Michigan Library. Historical Mathematics Collection.
Educational Resources
 BioInformatics
Series Tutorials (BITS). Free online learning resource made available by
MIT Engineering and Science Libraries and Harvard’s Countway Library of
Medicine; these video tutorials highlight bioinformatics resources such as
NCBI Entrez, BLAST, and the UCSC Genome Browser and focus on specific
activities for conducting genomic research. BITS can be viewed at a user’s
own pace and own convenience.
History of Mathematics
 Americas Section
of History and Pedagogy of Mathematics.
 Archimedes. Collection of his works and analysis of his devices.
 Biographies
of Mathematicians. Essays on history topics and biographies.
Presented by University of St. Andrews.
 Biographies
of Women Mathematicians.
 British Society for
the History of Mathematics.
Links to Web Sites on the History of Mathematics. Nice directory of web
resources.
 Calculating Machines.
History of these machines and their inventors.
 Canadian Society for the History and
Philosophy of Mathematics. They hold conferences, publish journals and
maintain links to other history of mathematics sites.
 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. Catalog
of the Scientific Community of the 16th and 17th Centuries. 631
detailed biographies with vital facts and information on their contributions
to science.
 Historia
Matematica. Provide a virtual discussion forum for scholarly
discussion of the history of mathematics.
 History and Pedagogy of
Mathematics (HPM). International Study Group.
 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.
 International Commission on the
History of Mathematics. (ICHM).
 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.
 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.
 Newton Project. Digitized works by Isaac Newton, links to many biographical sources and
digital libraries of his works.
 NUMDAM: Digitization of Ancient
Mathematics Documents. Searchable database containing the full
text of 6 French mathematics journals. Publications dates range from
1864  2000.
 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.
Maine Resources
Professional Societies
Internet Directories
