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Encyclopedias and Handbooks
Credo Literati includes the Princeton Companion to MathematicsThe Concise Oxford Dictionary of Mathematics.
Handbooks and Encyclopedias
Reference books (encyclopedias and handbooks) provide an overview of a topic and definitions of terms. You can find all reference material by searching Albert, and limiting to “Reference Sources” in the pull down menu. Listed below are a few examples:
- Princeton Companion to Mathematics. (Ref 510 G747p and online)
- Words of Mathematics: an Etymological Dictionary of Mathematical Terms Used in English.(ebrary eBook)
- Second handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning : A project of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (Ref 510.7 L567) 2 vols.
- CRC concise encyclopedia of mathematics (Ref 510.3 W438)
- Companion encyclopedia of the history and philosophy of the mathematical sciences (Ref 510.9 G773c) 2 vols.
- Encyclopedic dictionary of mathematics (Ref 510.3 It6) 4 vols.
- The VNR concise encyclopedia of mathematics (Ref 510.2 G282)
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The following databases are useful for finding articles in the Mathematics field.
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To find biographies for mathematicians, try the following resources:Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography
- APA Style Guide. Tip sheet from the Library.
- Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is available in the Reference Room (Ref 150.149 Am35b).
- MathSciNet has a citation generator: MRef.
- Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences (Ref 808.0665 H537a)
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- Instructions for installing the Word Plugin from Mendeley desktop
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