These databases are either tailored to your subject or they provide coverage over a wide range of interdisciplinary topics. Before you start, you might take a look at some tips on searching databases.
If you can't go the library's stacks, check out our collection of online reference books:
If you can visit the library, it's easy to browse our collection because we organize books by their subject:
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Although these websites are likely to be accurate, you should still evaluate information found on the Internet.
Kahn Academy: Learn math through interactive activities, assessments and videos.
Math.com: Basic math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus tutorials and practice sets.
The Math Forum: Get help with college-level math from the Math Forum at Drexel University.
Whether you use websites, electronic journals, reference books, or print resources, you will need a bibliography. Here’s some information on how to cite your sources:
Don’t hesitate to talk to a librarian, a tutor, or your instructor when conducting research. Make the most of these resources!