Top Resourcesebrary Academic Complete
ebrary Academic Complete is a dynamic collection of over 120,000 e-books across a wide variety of academic disciplines. The collection mainly includes e-books that were first published in recent decades, but also provides access to selected classic works. Most e-books are in English, though some are in other European languages. Stable links directly to e-books and e-book chapters may be inserted into UBlearns for curricular use. More Info
Offers citations and reviews of articles for 1700 journals indexed in Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications. More Info
Offers access to full-text articles published in over 400 scholarly journals. Dates covered exclude the most recent three years. More Info
Project Euclid is a searchable collection of 19 mathematics and statistics journals from a variety of scholarly publishers. More Info
ScienceDirect - (Elsevier)
Access to most Elsevier Science journal articles including Elsevier imprints such as Academic Press, Pergamon, and North Holland. More Info
UC Davis Front for the Mathematics ArXiv
The mathematics interface for arXiv.org, the leading preprint server.
Databases & Other Web ResourcesAnnual Reviews
Annual Reviews, published by a non-profit organization by that same name, are a set of monographic series providing critical reviews of current research in 50 biomedical, life, physical, and social sciences disciplines. More Info
Cornell Historical Math Monographs Collection
Digital libraries of mathematics at Cornell and the University of Michigan.
Current Index to Statistics
Has citations to journal articles, books, and conference proceedings about statistics and related fields from 1974 - present; not actual statistics. More Info
Digital library of German mathematics journals and historical monographs. Includes long runs of important journals.
Comprehensive Index of European and US Preprints.
National Science Digital Library (NSDL) - Mathematics
The NSDL was created by the National Science Foundation to Provide organized access to high quality resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning. This is the mathematics site.
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses
Has U.S. and many Canadian dissertations back to 1861 including UB. Full-text for many dissertations from 1997 - present. More Info
Web of Science Core Collection
A large, multidisciplinary database with keyword & cited reference (starting with a known reference and finding out who has cited it forward in time) searching from 1965 - present. More Info
Contains over 2 million citations to books, journals and conferences from 1868 -present and includes the Jahrbuch Database. More Info
E-journals CollectionsAMS Journals
Offers full-text access to journals published by the American Mathematical Society that the UB Libraries subscribe to in print, plus access to the electronic-only journals of the AMS. Dates of coverage vary by title. More Info
Oxford University Press Online Journals
Has full-text access to OUP titles that the UB Libraries subscribe to in print. Dates of coverage vary by title. More Info
Offers full-text access to journals published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics that the UB Libraries subscribe to in print. Dates of coverage vary by title but generally fall within the years 1996 - present. More Info
Wiley Online Library
Offers full-text of over 50 Wiley mathematics journals. More Info
Encyclopedias, Directories, HandbooksAbbreviations of Names of Serials reviewed in Mathematical Reviews
Lists the titles in Mathematical Reviews, with ISSN and place of publication.
A comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers. More Info
Open Online Courses in Mathematics
Undergraduate and graduate students and alumni may wish to explore classes in mathematics not taught at the University at Buffalo. Online courses have been increasing in their numbers, numbers of students taking them, and increasing the abilities to learn a new subject, stay abreast of topics, or supplement an existing degree. This is a list of more than 40 courses in mathematics.
The Basic Library List
The Mathematical Association of America list of standard and classic mathematics books, useful for self-study or reference, and revised every 25 years