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As instructors, researchers, facilitators and experts, librarians and other information professionals play an important role in the AMS user community. Here you’ll find information about AMS products, tools for managing your account and resources to help you interact with your patrons. Questions? Contact us.
The AMS Book Program serves the mathematical community by publishing books that further mathematical research, awareness, education and the profession.
AMS peer-reviewed journals, managed by editors who are prominent in their fields, cover a broad range of mathematics and offer a unique variety of articles, book reviews and reports.
Since 1940, Mathematical Reviews (MR) has served researchers and scholars in the mathematical sciences by providing timely information on peer-reviewed articles and books. MathSciNet, the electronic version of MR, presents a fully searchable database with many tools designed to help navigate the mathematical sciences literature.
We are aware that several countries are experiencing significant disruptions to mail delivery, and that many institutions are closed globally. If you wish to suspend delivery of print journals to your institution, please contact our Customer Services Department.
All of our print journal subscriptions include complimentary online access. If your library has not yet activated online access and you would like to do so, please complete our license agreement and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are providing remote access to all of our content, including MathSciNet. In normal circumstances, this remote access can be set up while on campus or while connected via institution VPN (in order to validate IP-based access). We realize that many students, faculty, and researchers did not have an opportunity to initiate this access before leaving campus, and we reached out recently with a unique link and instructions for our library partners on how patrons can connect to our content. If you are setting up online access for the first time or have not received instructions to share with your patrons, please contact our Customer Services Department
We are extending grace access for content hosted on our platforms (including MathSciNet) through the end of August for our existing customers. We will re-evaluate this timing as needed.