Mathematics - Recommended Sources
There are a wide range of resources available to Mathematics students beyond the obvious journals, databases and websites. Here we list a selection we think you'll find useful.Click on the button bars below to show/hide suggested resources.
A variety of reference works which tutors may well prefer to Wikipedia and it even tells you how to set out a reference to what you find. The Concept Map is useful for essay planning and dissertation work.
Directory of Open Access Journals not in Discovery
The Directory of Open Access Journals covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and languages
Google Scholar not in Discovery
Google scholar is a variant of Google which searches for academic material including articles, books, conference papers and preprints. A guide to this resource can be found at http://www.lib-guides.port.ac.uk/LG178.pdf
This is a free tool that enables you to convert different units of measurement.
Search, view, and download thousands of video, image and audio resources from many different collections covering news, documentaries, popular culture and much more. This was formerly known as Jisc Media Hub.
TechXtra is a free service which can help you find articles, books, the best websites, the latest industry news, job announcements, technical reports, technical data, full text eprints, the latest research, teaching and learning resources and more, in engineering, mathematics and computing.
General mathematical material can be found at 510-519 on the First Floor. Other material may be in the subject areas it relates to, so check the Library Catalogue.
You may also find relevant resources listed under: Engineering (Electrical and Mechanical).