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Research Guide for Mathematics: Home

Subjects: Mathematics

Science@Oxford

The Radcliffe Science Library is the main research library, one of the Bodleian Libraries in Oxford. RSL provides reference and
lending collections of printed materials and extensive collections of electronic resources for all science subjects taught and researched at University.

Visit our web site to learn about library services, reading rooms and spaces, computer facilities, 3D printing services,
teaching and research support through enquiries, subject librairans consultations, research support, and training courses

Whitehead Library

The Whitehead Library is the departmental graduate library located in the Mathematical Institute.
For Information about Admission, Opening Hours and collections visit
http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/library/admission-and-contact

Contact: Cathy Hunt, Departmental Librarian
library@maths.ox.ac.uk

Electronic resources for Mathematics

This guide provides links to research information sources for Mathematics. 

If you are starting a project or a dissertation, you will need to find information about previous publications in your research field.  

Start by searching electronic databases such as MathScinet or Web of Science. Bibliographic databases index thousands of journals and provide references to journal articles, books, conference proceedings, technical reports ...

To link to specific resources click on resource names.

You can access all electronic resources using Oxlip+ Oxford Library Information Platform.

For print material held in the Radcliffe Sclience Library, and other Bodleian Libraries
search SOLO

Graduate Inductions and Training HT and TT2017

Research Information Training HT and TT 2017 courses are organised by subject librarians and they include: Research Impact and Open Access, Finding Research Information, Reference Management, Patent information, etc. Training program can be found at Radcliffe Science Library website www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/training

Finding Research Information 
courses and consultations are also offered in HT and TT2017, and they cover information about subject specific extensive research collections available at University of Oxford, how to find information, search and export results to reference software, and how to obtain full-text documents.

For more information contact your subject librarian
Ljilja Ristic MScChem PGLIS, Physical Sciences Librarian and Subject Consultant (Chemistry)
Radcliffe Science Library, E-mail: ljilja.ristic@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

 

 

Subject Librarian

Ljilja Ristic
Contact:
Radcliffe Science Library
Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3QP
+44(0)1865 272816