Math databases

New MathSciNet Training Videos

By Alison Verbeck on October 29, 2020

Michael Jones, Managing Editor of Mathematical Reviews, recently gave a webinar about using MathSciNet that is now posted on the Mathematical Reviews/MathSciNet YouTube channel, along with three excerpts. Get them here: Full MathSciNet Tutorial Webinar | How to Conduct an Author Search | How to C...

zbMATH Open

By Alison Verbeck on December 18, 2019

zbMATH is an information service for mathematicians in research and teaching, with networked information on mathematical topics, authors, publications, references and software. It provides detailed information on mathematical publications dating back to 1868 and provides access to more than 4 mil...

MathSciNet Journal Profile Pages

By Alison Verbeck on June 12, 2019

MathSciNet has recently updated the Journal Profile Pages to present amazing information they have about the many journals Mathematical Reviews covers.  Whenever possible, they offer graphical formats for the data, as well as tables.  The Mathematical Reviews Database contains considerable inform...

Ejournal and database news for math, January 2017

By Ruth Lewis on January 30, 2017

Wiley negotiations: We now have university-wide access to all of the Wiley electronic journals subscribed to by either Becker Library or University Libraries. More info: Announcing Cross-Campus Access to Wiley E-Journals. Becker Medical Library Catalog and ejournals lists have been updated. WU Li...

News and notes for math, August 2016

By Ruth Lewis on August 31, 2016

WELCOME!! If you are new to WU or working with someone who is new to WU, please pass along my name and contact information for help with anything about library services or resources. See also Math library guide and New folks in biology and math guide


MathSciNet ® now available on EBSCO

By Ruth Lewis on April 13, 2016

MathSciNet ® is now available on the EBSCO platform at WU. This was made available for no additional payment, since we subscribe with American Mathematical Society. It continues to be available on the AMS platform and most math folks will continue to use that interface. But the Ebsco platform...