Last Updated: May 17, 2013
NOTE: Searching within Research Basics will lead you to how-to's, tutorials, walk-throughs, and FAQs for a variety of research-related questions. Research Basics should not be used to search for journal articles, books, and other materials. Please consult subject-specific databases for these searches or ask a librarian.
During fall and spring semesters:
- Calculus help sessions are held five nights per week (Sunday through Thursday), 7:00pm-9:00pm in Olin Science 372.
- Statistics help sessions are held two nights per week (Sunday and Tuesday), 7:00pm-9:00pm in Olin Science 371.
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Here are some recommended databases. To view the entire list of library databases, click on Databases.
- WorldCat Library Catalog
Search for books, articles, and more that are held by Bucknell and beyond. Please note that this is not strictly limited to Mathematics related materials, but all of Bucknell's holdings.
SpringerLink provides access to journals, e-books, and reference works.
ScienceDirect is the database of journals published by Elsevier, in engineering, medicine, science, and the social sciences. Bucknell has access to over 800 journal titles full-text from 1995 to present. Look for the green "full-text" icon when searching for articles.
Comprehensive database of bibliographic information and reviews for mathematical research literature worldwide from 1940 to the present.
ERIC is a database that includes citations and fulltext for articles, books and documents (government publications, papers, reports, etc.)
A collection of core journals from various disciplines. Consider limiting your initial search by discipline and be aware that JSTOR often does not often cover a journal's most recently published issues.
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