Mathematics Resources

Mathematics specific databases

JSTOR

JSTOR is a multidisciplinary database that aims to make the archives of scholarly work from all disciplines accessible. It is a good place to start your research; your search results will most likely contain materials from sources you wouldn't have thought to search on your own. Using the advanced search option to limit your results is especially important in JSTOR as it is a multilingual database. You can also limit your search by subject or journal title.

General/related databases

Academic Search Premier

This multidisciplinary database is a good place to start your research. For extra search capabilities, click "Choose Databases" and select more subject specific databases to simultaneously search.

ProQuest Research Library

ProQuest Research Library provides citations and/or full-text access to 3,000+ scholarly journals and magazines in a wide range of subject areas. In addition to general interest publications, the database covers the Arts, Business, Children, Education, Health, Humanities, Law, Military, International and Multicultural interests, Psychology, Sciences, Social Sciences, and Women's Interests.

WorldCat

Use WorldCat to find books about a research topic that are not available at Holy Spirit Library. Search by title or author if you are looking for something specific, or search by keyword or subject to find something new. Click "Borrow this item from another library" to request a book from another library.

Mathematics websites

The Electronic Library of Mathematics

The Electronic Library of Mathematics provides mostly free and full-text access to journals, article collections, monographs, and electronic resources in the field of mathematics.

MathVids.com

MathVids.com, from SchoolVids LLC, provides video tutorials for mathematical concepts ranging from middle school level basic math to college level discrete math and differential equations. Videos are organized by subject and level. Free registration is required to view some videos.