Mathematics & Statistics Databases

Interdisciplinary Databases

These are large databases that provide access to citations for aticles and books in diverse areas, including mathematics and statistics content.

Theses and Dissertations

  • Dissertations and Theses Global
    Theses and dissertations from around the world, beginning in 1743.
  • CURVE
    Includes Carleton theses and dissertations, as well as other research deposited by faculty, staff, and students.

For more information on finding theses and dissertations worldwide, consult the Theses and Dissertations help guide.

Print mathematics books are located on the shelf in the call number range QA1-939. Check the New Titles list to see recently added print and e-books.

Search for print and e-books in the Library Catalogue, or browse a relevant subject heading:

General e-book Collections

Historical Math Book Collections

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Streaming Videos

Tutorials/Q&A

  • MathOverflow: Question and answer website for professional mathematicians.
  • Math Forum College Level Archive: Archive of Dr. Math's answers to college-level mathematics questions.
  • Finite Mathematics & Applied Calculus Resource Page: Tutorials based on the texts "Finite Mathematics Applied to the Real World", "Calculus Applied to the Real World", and "Finite Mathematics and Calculus Applied to the Real World".
  • Probability Tutorials: Online course on measure theory, lebesgue integration and probability. Exercises are designed to give students the necessary tools to prove problems themselves.
  • Project Euler: A series of mathematical/computer programming problems - more of a challenge than a tutorial.

Associations and Organizations

Content last reviewed: September 17, 2018