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Getting Started with Mathematics Research
Welcome to the subject guide for mathematics research at the UNT Libraries. I am the subject librarian for the Mathematics Department and your contact for all questions related to the libraries and research. Please contact me with any questions you might have. E-mail is the easiest way to reach me, but phone or dropping by my office are fine too.
Doing Library Research at UNT
- UNT Libraries have a number of useful journal article databases and other online resources to help you in your research. Use the Articles tab for more information
- When looking for online or print books, use the UNT Library Catalog. This also provides access to UNT's collection of print journals, music CDs, and videos which may be of interest. More information on finding books and using the catalog is available from the Books tab
- The Reference Sources tab highlights some of the top handbooks, dictionaries and other general math sources.
- The Websites tab leads to a list of current, authoritative websites useful for research or career information.
- Learn how to cite properly and to organize and manage citations with RefWorks under the RefWorks and Citation Help tab.
Need help? Then use the library's Ask Us service. Get help from real people face-to-face, by phone, or by email.