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- Using the Mathematics LiteratureCall Number: Engr/Math/CS Library QA41.7 .U835 2004ISBN: 0824750357Covers many sources of mathematics information including search advice for individual databases and indexes. Later chapters describe resources related to specific subjects within mathematics.

More sources of mathematics information can be found on the major math societies' websites, such as the American Mathematical Society's website, Mathematical Association of America (MAA), and SIAM, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Mathematics on the Web and the Cornell University Math Library website have lots to explore (some Cornell resources might be only available only there). Kristine Fowler's book, ** Using the Mathematics Literature** (see above) is a great resource devoted to mathematics information sources.

- Engr/Math/CS Library Permanent ReservesLists popular reference books, laptops, computer equipment, calculators, MATLAB manuals, and more.

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- New BooksThis list is produced by the Engr/Math/CS Library and contains books for all of these disciplines. All of the books found on this list are located at the Engr/Math/CS Library.
- New Math & Computer Science BooksThis list is produced by the main library. Books may appear on this list that are still in processing and are not yet available. Also, not all of the books on this list will be found in the Engr/Math/CS Library, some may be in the main library or in other branch libraries.

This guide was written by Christin Chenard, MLIS graduate student at the University of Rhode Island.

Some of the best material on this guide was located thanks to the efforts of Kristine Fowler. Her book, *Using the Mathematics Literature wa*s very helpful in the creation of this guide.

Many thanks to Meg Eastwood for the skillful description of ERIC access that is now on the Literature Review page. (Sept. 2016)