Mathematical sciences: Databases

Library resources for students of mathematics at Monash University

Full text format

The two main formats of full text are html and pdf

html:
loads quickly but there is no page numbering. Hot links are provided
pdf:
includes the original page numbering which is useful when you cite the reference. Hot links are not provided

Library links

Find journals

Search for journal titles in the library catalogue use the Advanced search option and select Journal. Enter the first words of the title in exact order.

Use the library databases to search the contents of journals quickly and efficiently.

Journals not held by Monash University

Register as a CAVAL borrower and visit other Victorian University and TAFE libraries. Postgraduate- and 4th year students can register to use Document Delivery to request the loan of books not held by Monash University Library.

Related pages

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Key databases

  • Coverage: a database of the world's mathematical literature. 
  • Date range: 1940 to present.
  • Publication types: Journal article, Conference proceedings, books and more.
  • Full-text: The highlighted "Article" link provides access to full text of the article. 
  • EndNote: Use the "EndNote Import" option
  • Coverage: a database of scientific, technical, medical and social science literature. 
  • Date range: 1960 to present.
  • Publication types: Journal article, Conference article, Short survey from Trade journal, Patent, Open access journal article, Web source.
  • Full-text: The "View at Publisher" icons provide access to full text of the article. 
  • Search options: click the "Cited by" button to view a list of documents which cite the document in your search results.
  • EndNote: Direct export.
  • Coverage: provides access to bibliographic information and and cited references in a broad range of disciplines. Although not its primary strength, it can be useful for cross disciplinary searching.
  • Date range: 1900 to present.
  • Publication types: Journal article, Conference paper, Reviews, News item, and Editorial material. 
  • Full-text: The "Full Text" icons provide access to full text of the article.
  • Search options: One of the easy and effective way to refine searches is to use the options listed through the "Refine Results" box to the left of the results list.
  • EndNote: Direct export.

Full-text journal collections