Nuts and Bolts of Finding Books - This section includes more
useful information on finding books, including how books are divided among the the library's three
floors, how the Dewey Decimal system works, where the reserve books are located, etc.
New Books - A
searchable database of books received by the Mathematics Library since 1999. For
information on where the new book shelf is located,new book loan periods, or how to recommend a
purchase, see the
New Books webpage.
Math Reference Books - A
searchable database of the books kept in the mathematics reference collection, which is located at
the right end of the circulation desk.
Uncatalogued Books - A
searchable database of books owned by the Mathematics Library but not included in the UIUC Online
Catalog. These titles are shelved in a special location, so please ask at the circulation desk for
any you wish to see.
SpringerLink- Springer publishes many very good mathematics books; electronic
books are available as PDF downloads by chapter.
- Safari specializes in Information Technology publications; electronics books are available as
AMS Books Online -
A freely accessible database of research-level mathematics books available online as free PDFs,
searchable by author or subject. This list is maintained by the American Mathematical
National Academies Press - Freely available e-books containing reports
published by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute
of Medicine, and the National Research Council; electronic books are available as PDF download by