Some online resources in this guide are available only to members of the University of New Hampshire community; these are labeled (UNH only), due to license restrictions. If you are a student, faculty, or staff at UNH who is viewing this guide off-campus, you can still access these resources. When you click on a resource that is "UNH only", you will be prompted for your UNH username and password. When those are accepted, you will be connected with the resource. You can also install UNH's Virtual Private Network (VPN) software on your computer. For library resource access via UNH VPN, see our current instructions.
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.
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 was 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)