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Morgan State has recently partnered with PanOpen
PanOpen is an Open Education Resource platform that guides you through the process of finding and creating low-cost textbooks for you students.
See Mathematics Textbooks HERE
To learn more about OERs please take a look at our Library Guide
For assistance locating OERs please contact the SCMNS liaison librarian:
Ask a Librarian
NB librarian assistance is available online at this time.
Phone: 443-885-3477 (8am-5pm)
Phone: 1703 (10am-4pm)
Visit the circulation desk and ask to speak with a librarian
Hours for Spring 2022
Monday - Thursday
8 am to 12 midnight
8 am to 9 pm
9 am to 6 pm
1 pm to 12 midnight
Math Resources Spotlight
Free textbooks and journals in Mathematics and Statistics
Project Euclid's mission is to provide powerful, low-cost online hosting and publishing services for theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics scholarship worldwide. As a non-profit community-driven international partnership of academic libraries, independent and society scholarly publishers, and scholars, Project Euclid actively supports broad, sustainable access to this scholarship.
Also, see the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences an online compendium of integer sequences like prime numbers, the Mersenne primes and so one, based on the original print monograph of Dr. Sloane.
Welcome to the resource guide for Mathematics
This guide has been developed for members of the Morgan Community and offers a wide range of resources relevant to Chemistry.
Available Resources and Services:
- Over 500,000 print books
- Access to over 1 million e-books
- Access to over 70,000 digital journals
- Reference and research help
- Interlibrary Loan Service
- Online Tutorials on how to find resources
Please take a look at this guide, especially the contact information and the FAQ tab, to get an idea of what the library has to offer you.
-Bryan Fuller, SCMNS Librarian
Subjects: Art & Architecture
, Computer Science
, General Research
, Government Document
, Natural Sciences
, Physical Sciences
Did you know?
Did you know?
As a student or employee of Morgan State University you can use your Bear Card to check out materials from all University System of Maryland Schools.
These include the University of Maryland campuses, University of Baltimore, Towson, Bowie, Salisbury, and Coppin.