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Background Info: Background information can be found in reference material and books provide detailed information about specific topics.
Article Databases: Use key math databases to find new and old journal articles.
Websites: Online resources including associations, organizations and other online teaching and learning materials.
Citations: Learn to organize your citations for easier access and properly cite in various formats.
MathSciNet This link opens in a new window
MathSciNet is the online version of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) publications Mathematical Reviews, and Current Mathematical Publications.
ScienceDirect This link opens in a new window
ScienceDirect, aka SciVerse ScienceDirect, contains journal articles and e-books in the life, physical, medical, technical, social sciences, fine arts and humanities from the publisher Elsevier. SciVerse Scopus is not available, please use Web of Science. Opposite click & save the link to the article or download the article to your computer, personal web space, or a flash drive. Do not email yourself a link. Note: ScienceDirect is occasionally inaccessible from off campus. We are working to correct this problem.
Web of Science This link opens in a new window
Massive collection of scholarly materials covers virtually all topic areas. Content, including articles, proceedings, and more, is pulled from various collections and is cross-searchable.
Project Euclid This link opens in a new window
Provides fulltext access to scholarly journals in the field of theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics. Auraria Library has access rights to most of the journals in the database.
This is a sample of resources available in Auraria Library and on the Internet for doing research in mathematics. The two main areas in mathematics are applied mathematics , which is the study of physical phenomena, and pure mathematics , which is the study of mathematical structures. Mathematics is used in many areas, including business, computer science, engineering and physics, so there are a wide variety of specialized resources available to assist in your research.