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  • Project MUSE® Restricted Resource
    Offers over 400 quality journal titles from nearly 100 not-for-profit publishers. Project MUSE® covers the fields of literature and criticism, history, the visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science, gender studies, economics, and many others.
  • JSTOR Restricted Resource
    A total of more than 900 full-text scholarly journal titles in an online archive beginning with the first issue of each title. The archive includes nine JSTOR Arts and Sciences Collections. In JSTOR, there is usually a time lag in full-text content. Use JSTOR in conjunction with our current online databases and print holdings. (See also Example of a Search in JSTOR )
  • Science Direct (Elsevier) Restricted Resource
    Access to full text of over 2,500 scholarly, peer-reviewed journals in the areas of: Biochemistry; Business and Management; Genetics and Molecular Biology; Chemistry; Immunology and Microbiology; Medicine; Psychology; and Social Science. Includes recently-accepted articles in press.
Additionally, search in Google Scholar .
  • Search for the journal title using the  A-Z Journals by Title list to verify the journals peer-reviewed status.
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  • AMS Digital Mathematics Registry
    A registry of digitized publications in the mathematical sciences containing open, mixed, and subscription access journals. American Mathematical Society.
  • ArXiv
    Open-access database with over 939,000 e-prints in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, and statistics. Cornell University Libraries.
  • The Chaos Hypertextbook
    Illustrated presentation of chaos, fractals, and non-linear dynamics. Highly technical but intended for a general audience. Created by Glenn Elert, with fair use explicitly encouraged.
  • The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive
    Biographical (including a section on female mathematicians), cultural, "famous curves," technical information, and a bibliography of printed works. Maintained at the site of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at University of St. Andrews, Scotland.
  • Math2.org
    Tables, charts, and equations for general math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, linear algebra, discrete math, statistics, and calculus. In English and Spanish. Site as a whole can be downloaded in .htm or .pdf format for non-commercial purposes. Created by David Manura, this site was formerly titled Dave's Math Tables.
  • Plus
    "Plus is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics." This publication is sponsored by Cambridge University.
  • U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Scientific and Technical Information
    "OSTI.GOV contains over 70 years of energy-related research results and citations..."
  • Women Mathematicians
    Biographies of women mathematicians, sorted alphabetically, chronologically and by location of birth. Explore Other Resources about Women Mathematicians. Hosted by Agnes Scott College Mathematics Department.
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