Internet Reference Library


Against All Odds: Inside Statistics
"A video instructional series on statistics for college and high school classrooms and adult learners; 26 half-hour video programs and coordinated books".

American Mathematical Society
This organization promotes mathematics research, mathematics education, and the "awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and to everyday life." This extensive site includes, career resources, news, publications, online books, Mathematical Reviews Database, and other resources for students, teachers, and professionals. Searchable. (lii)

Association for Computing Machinery
ACM delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field’s premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources.(ACM)

Computing Research Association
The Computing Research Association includes links to graduate programs and careers in the computing field.

Historical Math Monographs
This collection consists of the digitization of over 450 general monographs, over 550 math books, and nearly 700 New York State historical pamphlets and monographs. You can browse the entire collection by author or title, or search within the math books, or by multiple collections. From Cornell University. (LII)

Jobs in Mathematics
The science career library has information on graduate schools and careers for students in the sciences.

The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive
A searchable archive containing information about the history of math. Topics include biographies of mathematicians from ancient times to the present (including a timeline), mathematics in various cultures, an overview of the history of mathematics, mathematical topics, famous curves, and "mathematicians of the day." (LII)

MathDL is an online resource published by the Mathematical Association of America. The site provides online resources for both teachers and students of mathematics. Searchable. (MDL)

Mathematical Association of America
The MMA website includes sections on Meetings, News, MAA Bookstore, Book Reviews, Employment Opportunities, and Giving. Searchable.

The Mathematical Atlas: A Gateway to Modern Mathematics
This searchable site provides a collection of articles about the many subfields of math and includes definitions, brief biographies, and explanations. Each topic includes a history, related areas, and subfields as well as related print and Internet resources. It also includes an introduction to the Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC) scheme on which the site's arrangement is based.

Mathematics Archives WWW Server
This site provides a wide range of links to software, teaching materials, and topics in mathematics, together with a searchable database. (ChoiceReviews Online)

PRIME Mathematics Encyclopedia
Mathematical terms and concepts, browsable alphabetically. Limit search by level (elementary or advanced) as well as by specific categories, such as algebra, biography, calculus, computer science, geometry, number theory, statistics, trigonometry, and more. Some definitions link to longer articles. (LII)

The University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection
Digitized 19th or early 20th century math books.

University of Pennsylvania Mathematics Department
Links to math Websites, archives, and math departments with special resources.

VassarStats: Statistical Computation Web Site
VassarStats Statistical Computation Website is a large collection of statistical calculators for categorical frequency data, proportions, ordinal data, and correlation and regression, among other procedures. (ISP)

World of Mathematics
This site is a "comprehensive, and interactive mathematics encyclopedia intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers." The subject index includes algebra, applied mathematics, calculus and analysis, discrete mathematics, the foundations and history of mathematics, geometry, number theory, probability and statistics, recreational mathematics, and topology. (LII)

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