This guide includes information shared by Physical Sciences Librarian during the Mathematics Graduate Students Association Seminar on March 11, 2015.

- Overview
- Indexes & Databases
- Books
- Other Useful Resources

There are several ways to seek help from a librarian:

Here are 2 math indexes and databases that the Rutgers University Libraries subscribes to:

- MathSciNet Rutgers-restricted

1940-present

most comprehensive

covers international literature for mathematics & statistics

journals, books, & proceedings

includes Mathematical Reviews & Current Mathematical Publications

contextual help is available within MathSciNet

tutorials are also available: http://www.mathscinet.info/index.html - Current Index to Statistics Rutgers-restricted

1975-present

focuses on statistics & related fields

journals, books, & proceedings

Here are 6 indexes and databases that the Rutgers University Libraries subscribes to which mathematics students may find helpful:

- DigiZeitschriften Rutgers-restricted

offers the full text of German journals, a number of which are in mathematics - JSTOR Rutgers-restricted

covers many disciplines, including mathematics

full text is available for much of the scholarly journals indexed here - Scopus Rutgers-restricted

covers many disciplines, including mathematics

journals, books, proceedings, patents

citation metrics & analysis is possible - SpringerLink Rutgers-restricted

full text journal & e-book package

includes mathematics journals & the e-books in Mathematics and Computer Science published since 2005 - Web of Science (Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences and Science Citation Indexes) Rutgers-restricted

covers many disciplines, including mathematics

journals, books, proceedings

citation metrics & analysis is possible - GoogleScholar for efficiency in locating full text, be sure to log in through the Rutgers University Libraries Web site when off-campus

searches across all disciplines

journals and more

Here is a math index/database that the Rutgers University Libraries does NOT subscribe to:

- Zentralblatt MATH (zbMATH) 1868-present (with the integration of the “Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik” database)

primarily covers pure & applied mathematics; secondarily covers history & philosophy of mathematics and university education

journals, books, & proceedings

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