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Resources for math courses and research in the Mathematics department.


Welcome! The purpose of this guide is to offer research help with a focus on resources that will be particularly useful to you as you navigate your Math coursework and research.

Remember throughout your time at W&J, the library is here to help! Some frequent ways that we help Math students are helping them find resources for their research project, refining search strategies, and figuring out the most appropriate way to cite their sources.

Curated Reference Resources

Gaining background information on a topic is a critical first step in the research process. Background information helps you learn more about your topic, identify important facts related to your topic (keywords, dates, events, history, and names and organizations), refine your topic, and find additional sources of information through bibliographies and works cited pages.

You might do this by conducting a Google search or going to Wikipedia and reading up on a subject. Below are some reference resources from the library that can also help you familiarize yourself with your topic. 

Math in the News RSS Feed

The following are the latest stories on the Mathematical Association of America's feed titled Math in the News.

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