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MATH 301 (MATH 3010): History of Mathematics (Knudsen) Spring 2022 301:01

Finding Print & Electronic Books from Milne Library

Library Catalog is commonly used to search the physical collections of the James M. Milne Library, including ebooks, by an author’s name or a book’s title. You may also use keywords to search the library catalog, which contains the table of contents for many records. Subject headings are included in keyword searching and are assigned to all library catalog holdings.

Finding Scholarly Articles

Electronic articles can be searched through our databases. There are some general databases and some subject specific databases. To access the databases, click on the database tab on the library homepage. You can then browse through them alphabetically, or browse by discipline (i.e., history, mathematics, etc.) 

If you find an article that is not accessible through our library, you can use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request it from another library. 

Below you will find a list of databases that will be helpful for your assigned papers. It is not an exhaustive list, but it is a good place to start. 

Finding Print Books from Other Libraries

WorldCat is a global catalog of over 10,000 library collections. You can use WorldCat to find print books that Milne Library doesn't own, and request them using our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service.  

Finding Streaming Videos