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Mathematics: Books

Resources and tools for the students and faculty of the UNO Mathematics Department


Successful researchers start their research process early; they develop a plan to tackle their subject or project. The library is here for you. We are open these hours.  There are study rooms open, lots of computers to use, printing in color and b/w as well as the Innovation Lab, poster printing, and a host of other services. Librarians are available by phone, by chat, and by consultation to answer questions, help connect you to resources, and encourage you in your research. Come in and check us out!

Have Questions? Please Ask!

Don't struggle with questions. If your library liaison isn't immediately available, no worries. :)

Ask at our Services Desk on the 1st floor, or give us a call at (504) 280-6355

Alternatively, you can email us at!

Research Consultations

Research consultations are available to every student by appointment.

Who wouldn't want a 60-90 minute appointment focused on your project? Email me using the link in my profile box --> to request a consult. Before your appointment,  I will ask for  a description of your project, due date, and what you hope to gain from the session. I  will then tailor the session to your immediate research needs and offer follow-up help or appointments, as needed.  

Research problems fixed by appointment. :) 

How to Find Books on Mathematics

To find books and e-books on Mathematics you can search the Library Catalog by keyword, author, title, or subject. If you don't find what you're looking for the first time, don't give up! Search again using alternate words, different spellings, or a shortened version of your search term. Ask at the Services desk on the 1st floor or call us at 504-280-6355. 

Alternately, you can browse for what you need on the bookshelves on the 3nd floor of the library, looking for books whose call numbers begin with QA. 

If you're attempting to access an e-book in one of UNO's databases from off-campus, when you click on a database name, you'll be taken to a screen that looks like this. Follow the directions to log-in. If you don't know your PIN or have never set up a PIN, click "Email My PIN" and a PIN will be emailed your UNO email account.

If you can't find the book you're looking for, try our Interlibrary Loan service! Request the book through our iLLiad system and we'll get the book from another library for you for free.

Information Literacy Librarian

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Hannah White
Earl K. Long Library
Room 432

A Sample of the Math Collection