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A content-based search engine for mathematical formulae. It indexes OpenMath and MathML formulae.
Cornell University Historic Math Monographs Collection
The Cornell University Library Historical Mathematics Monographs is a collection of selected monographs with expired copyrights chosen from the mathematics field. These were monographs that were brittle and decaying and in need of rescue.
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The CRAAP Test, developed by Molly Beestrum, is a useful tool to help you think critically to determine if a website is credible. So the next time you want to use a website in your research, ask yourself these questions:
- How recent is the information?
- How recently has the website been updated?
- Is it current enough for your topic?
- Why might the date of publication be important?
- What kind of information is included in the resource?
- Is content of the resource primarily opinion? Is is balanced?
- Does the creator provide references or sources for data or quotations?
- Who is the creator or author?
- What are the credentials? Can you find any information about the author's background?
- Who is the published or sponsor?
- Are they reputable?
- What is the publisher's interest (if any) in this information?
- Are there advertisements on the website? If so, are they clearly marked?
- Are the facts correct? Can you verify them with other sources?
- Does the author provide sources?
- Is the evidence backed up by data?
Purpose/Point of View
- Is this fact or opinion? Does the author list sources or cite references?
- Is it biased? Does the author seem to be trying to push an agenda or particular side?
- Is the creator/author trying to sell you something? If so, is it clearly stated?
Adapted with many thanks from Molly Beestrum.
Here are just a few examples of videos that you can access in our collection, either through Films on Demand or Kanopy.
Using Math to Create your March Madness Bracket
Possibilities with Big Data