Cloned with permission. Jeffra Bussman of the University of California - Irvine is the author of the original version of this guide.
Thanks for stopping by the Mathematics Subject Guide. This guide contains both CCNY Libraries' restricted resources and publicly accessible ones.
Find Articles: Directs you to the various databases and websites to locate online journal articles.
Find Books: Search for books in UCI's local ANTPAC catalog or in the UC system's Next Generation Melvyl catalog. You will also find links for ebook collections.
Reference Works: Resources that provide an overview or a supplementary addition to a particular topic.
How to do Research: Several good tips, tutorials and workshops are available to help guide you in your research.
Key Mathematics Sites: Links to various mathematical websites.
History of Math: Specialized resources for gathering information on the history of mathematics.
QR Codes: Curious about these special codes? What are they doing with the Math books?
If you have any questions regarding how to use or how to find a particular resource, feel free to contact me.
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