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Click the Full Text Electronic Journals link above to search the Electronic (online) Journals database by title of the journal you are interested in. Titles must be exact, i.e., Computing: Theory and Applications.
What if we don't own it?
Did you find something you need that we don't own? You can request that we borrow it from another library. Just login to your Inter-library services account with your A# and password to request it.
Use the Discovery Search link to find books AND articles from databases such as Ebsco, Science Direct, ProQuest, and JStor. NOTE: look for the "Articles" link at the top of the results page and click it to see the article results.
The update Safari database has ben re-branded as O’Reilly for Higher Education and has a small but adequate collection of mathematics and statistics related books plus mathematical software guides. Great source for current books. Access using your USU email address but for added features and access, create a user account.
An excellent discovery tool for math, statistics and well, just about any scientific query you might want to pursue. Find articles on mathematicians, theorems, formulas, or use Wofram|Alpha to solve problems.
Be sure to check the "More Information" and "Sources" links at the end of articles.
This database provides access to the latest peer-reviewed journals in mathematics from the American Mathematical Society (AMS). The site can be used to search, browse, and print articles for specific disciplines or for general-purpose mathematics research.
Springer publishes 263 journals in Mathematics and the Merrill-Cazier library has access to most of the current issues through joint purchase with the Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA). Users can search across all Mathematics journals for topics of interest.
Elsevier, a leading publisher in the sciences is a great resource for journals and journal articles. Merrill-Cazier Library has access to most of the current issues through the Science Direct Freedom Collection.
MathSciNet is a collection of international literature on mathematics and statistics. The database indexes reviews of more than 119,000 online articles in over 190 journals. Citation data for journals, authors, articles and reviews is also provided.
Google Scholar searches very broadly across the literature, but utilize the advanced search features to hone your searching. Google Scholar offers a "cited by" feature, similar to what Web of Science, but the two cannot be compared side by side due to differences in indexing practices.