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Research Guide for Mathematics: Journals and Conference Proceedings

Subjects: Mathematics

Setting up Conference Alerts

You may want to set up alerts or RSS feeds on the following web sites:

AIP Conference Proceedings - New Volume Alerts, RSS feeds on a topic.

ACM Digital Library - Conference Proceedings (requires personal registration)

IEEE/IET Conference Proceedings (requires personal registration) 

You will receive e-mail alerts or an RSS feed as new conference proceedings are added to the web sites. 

E-resource recommendations

Your recommendations are welcome. Please use this online form to recommend e-journal or other resources we currently do not hold.
New recommendations are considered regularly. Please check our website for progress.

Electronic Journals

Oxford University Libraries subscribe to comprehensive collections of e-journals, including archives,
and past collections in both electronic and printed formats. Search SOLO discovery platform for a journal title, than 'View online' links to publisher website for full-text articles.

Highlighted Journals and Conference Proceedings

A selection of journals and conference proceedings that are available electronically:

Annual Reviews

Each year, the series "Annual Review of ..." critically reviews the most significant primary research within the biomedical, physical, and social sciences; they are among the most highly cited in scientific literature.

Remote Access

f you are a full current member of the University of Oxford, you can access most library electronic resources off-campus.

Use your Single Sign On (SSO)

Go to SOLO and click on Oxford Single Sign On (top right). For most of our e-books and e-journals this is all you need.

If you do not know your SSO details please visit the SSO section of the IT Services website .

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

Only necessary for a few library resources. With VPN you can access the University network as if you were on campus. Register with IT Services.

Document Supply

If Oxford doesn't have an article or book, you may be able to get it through our Interlibrary Loan Service: