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Spring 2016
Exam Week Hours
May 6-13

9am to 8pm Fri.

1pm to 5pm Sat.

1pm to 8pm Sun.

9am to 8pm Mon.-Thur.

9am to 5pm Fri.

Spring 2016 Hours

9am to 8pm Mon.-Thur.

9am to 5pm Fri.

1pm to 5pm Sat.

1pm to 8pm Sun.

Changes in this schedule during exams, interim periods, and holidays are posted on the library door. Schedules and locations for other campus library units can be found at www.library.illinois.edu.

CLOSED UNIVERSITY HOLIDAYS

Reference Websites

  • Favorite Mathematical Constants - Find mathematical constants in number theory and combinatorics, inequalities and approximation, probability and stochastic processes, etc.
  • GrantForward - Database of wide-ranging information on funding opportunities.
  • History of Mathematics - Learn about mathematics, from its beginnings in ancient Egypt and Babylonia to its development in places such as ancient Greece, India,the Islamic regions, and Europe.
  • Math Forum at Drexel - Online resource dedicated to improvement in mathematics learning, teaching, and communications.
  • Math Guide - Subject-based gateway to scholarly mathematics information.
  • Planet Math - Among the functionalities of this site is a search box in which to enter an integer sequence to find detailed information about it.
  • Science's Next Wave - (career-building resource) Online publication on scientific training, career development, and the science job market. Published by SCIENCE Magazine and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • StatLib - A site for distributing statistical software and dataset. Popular downloads include the Index of Applied Statistics and the Index of Datasets Archive.
  • Wikipedia - List of Math Topics - This site gives an idea of the mathematical topics covered in Wikipedia, which increasingly features reliable entries for mathematics.