Information about the library and access to library catalog
Homepage of UC Berkeley Science Library with links to Mathematics Statistics Library, Bioscience and Natural Science Library, Chemistry, Earth Science and Map Library, Engineering Library, and more. The Academic Senate of the University of California adopted an Open Access Policy ensuring that future research articles authored by faculty at all 10 campuses of UC will be made available to the public at no charge.
Homepage for the British Museum in London, England.
Abstract and index resources, associations, calculators, databases, electronic journals, and other resources related all branches of mathematics.
Links to Caltech library research tools: locate books, online journals, general references, and more. Also information about Caltech events, campus map, catalog, and other services.
Information about the library and using it, catalogues, and electronic services. Links to special collections, research projects, digital library, and other libraries at Cambridge.
General Information, catalog, data bases, digital collections, selected internet resources, search tool, announcements of exhibits, and more.
The Cornell Digital Library is open to the general public, but certain collections are limited to the Cornell University Community only. Those items that are restricted will have a symbol next to them.
Links to Harvard library catalogs and other research resources. Links to all of Harvard´s Art Museums, the Museum of Natural History, and other Harvard Collections.
Homepage with Resources by Subject and other resource links. “ipl2” is hosted by The iSchool at Drexel, College of Information Science and Technology, with major support from the College of Information at Florida State University.
A free online service with access to Web resources for education and research in the fields of physical sciences, engineering, computing, geography, mathematics and environmental science. Intute closed in July 2011. The site has been archived. Links are active but are not adding any further resources or making any changes to existing content.
Online catalog for the Library of Congress. To search use subject, name, title, call number, keywords, and/or search limits. Also links to many other library catalogs.
Review by members of the Mathematical Association of America of current mathematical books. Several past reviews are archived
Sets and sources of data organized into collaborative projects, data sets, and other sources of data.
The Math Forum´s Internet Mathematics Library is an annotated catalog of mathematics and mathematics education web sites.
Resources: math addresses, bibliographies, math web servers (high schools and colleges), math education, e-journals, preprints, specialized fields, TeX archive.
Site index, health information, library services, research programs, announcements, exhibits, "hot topics", and general information
Information about MIT libraries. Links to other MIT libraries which specialize in management and social science, engineering, humanities, biomedical imaging, earth and planetary science, science, and more.
Museum in New York dedicated to mathematics delivering programs for students, teachers, and the public to increase appreciation of mathematics. Website includes links to Math Encounters videos, “fun activities”, and traveling math exhibits.
Library of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. "The library has an extensive collection of historical Coast and Geodetic Survey materials (from 1807) and Weather Bureau materials (from the 1830´s), including foreign meteorologi
Homepage for all Oxford University libraries including the Ashmolean, Bodleian, Bodleian Law, Taylor Institute, Social Studies, and Radcliffe Science libraries.
Wonderful resource with books by Klein, Babbage, Lagrange, Steen, and others. All full-text; all free.
Articles related to implementing Standards-Based Middle School Mathematics Curriculum. The Show-Me Center served as a dissemination and implementation center of NSF-sponsored middle grades mathematics curriculum development projects from 1997-2008. Links are operational.
General information about the University of Texas library and services. Library catalogues, collections, electronic resources, and more
The John M. Kuehne Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library (PMA) is a branch of the UT Austin General Libraries.
The library contains unique educational web sites that have been created through ThinkQuest competitions and programs
Repository of public and private materials related to transportation.
Library catalog, online resources, services, collections, branches, reference and research assistance.
Library Catalog, Online Resources, Subject Links, Hours and Location, Library Services, Library Staff , Patron Information.