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A page on ams.org for librarians

As instructors, researchers, facilitators and experts, librarians and other information professionals play an important role in the AMS user community. Here you'll find useful resources to help you interact with the AMS and your patrons, including tools and links, downloadable visual resources, recommended articles, and more. For further assistance, please contact us.

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Featured Publication

What's Happening in the Mathematical SciencesWhat's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences, Volume 9 by Dana Mackenzie

What's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences looks at some highlights of the most recent developments in mathematics. These include the mathematics behind stories that made headlines, as well as fascinating mathematical stories that never made it into the newspapers.

An engaging and highly readable account of the latest developments in mathematics for the general reader.

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Recommended articles and links

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MathSciNet®


MathSciNet®
is a fully searchable database with many tools designed to help navigate the mathematical sciences literature. The AMS offers consortia pricing for MathSciNet®.

Bookstore

Visit the AMS Bookstore to browse publications and new releases, find subscription rates, and purchase books. Keep up with new releases by subscribing to the AMS Bookstore New Releases email or the RSS Feed.

Publications

We now offer over 2,500 pure and applied mathematics titles in eBook form via Google Play. Learn about our print and electronic journals and books:

Journal Pricing

Subscribers to any AMS electronic publication automatically receive access to Representation Theory and Conformal Geometry and Dynamics. More information on subscriptions and AMS journal products:

Download Visual Resources

Our free visual resources include the 2013 Calendar of Mathematical Imagery and a variety of printable posters:

 2013 calendar of mathematical imagery