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This Guide will help you find scholarly resources for researching a topic in your Mathematics courses
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Mathematics Research Guide

Welcome to the Woodward Library Research Guide for Mathematics. Here you will find links to databases with journal articles, webpages and even some online videos to learn mathematics and teaching mathematics

Please contact me using the information at the right if you have questions concerning any of the resources provided in this guide. There is a feedback form at the bottom of the page if you have ideas about resources to add to this guide.

Call numbers for books covering Mathematics begin with QA, with the exception of QA 75.5 - QA 76.95, and are located in the Reference Stacks and General Book Collection.  As a side note, the exception is due to the creation of computers which got "stuck" in the mathematics area.


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