Last Updated: Oct 17, 2016
Coming soon! If you know of any textbook e-book links, feel free to share!
Math call number: 500
Try this shelf first for all your math-research needs. Also please note: we do NOT have math textbooks in the library (apologies for the inconvenience, but too many books got lost in previous years and we no longer have enough for library reserves.)
The Joy of Pi
Call Number: 516.22 BLA
Everything and More: A Compact History of [infinity]
The Golden Ratio: The story of Phi, the world's most astonishimng number
div grad curl and all that: an informal text on vector calculus
Try these library databases and websites for articles and research. Library resources may require you to sign in if you are off campus.
- Science Online
It might say "Science" but it also contains plenty of Math resources with good overviews, images, diagrams and more.
- Ask Dr Math!
Useful, teacher-approved website that has a good database of searchable math questions that other high school students have asked in the past.
- National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
A library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives.
If you are using library databases from off-campus, find the passwords here.
Share your favorite Math links here.