Would you like to get to grips with the basics, recap what you learned at school or advance further in exploring mathematics? You can find fun and interesting maths information online, whatever your level of maths skill
As a library member you can access a range of e-resources by logging in with your library card number and PIN.
- Credo Reference - includes 'The Penguin Dictionary of Mathematics' which has entries on all branches of pure and applied mathematics, dozens of explanatory diagrams and biographies of over 200 key figures in mathematics
- Britannica Library Online - gives a broad overview article plus many articles on specific aspects of maths; click 'Subject browse', then click 'Science and mathematics', then click 'Mathematics'
- There are specially selected web sites for beginners and for the more advanced at Skills section of WebLinks.
In the Library
- You can browse academic articles on mathematics for free using the Access to Research service
- You can also find many books on mathematics and mathematicians in the library. Search Arena the Library Catalogue to discover what is at your local library
Page last updated: 17th March 2021