For some assignments or a dissertation, you will need to go beyond your reading list and do your own independent research.

Journal articles

The easiest way to find journal articles is to type a few keywords for your topic in LibrarySearch. If we subscribe to it either in print or digitally, a link will be provided to help you find it.

To check if the Library has access to a particular e-journal title, or to browse journals, use find e journal title function or you can go directly to ejournals for your subject via the buttons on the right hand menu on this page.

The Library also subscribes to a number of  databases  that will help you to find  journal articles and more on your chosen topic.

General indexes:

  • Web of Science – large database providing full text and abstracts (article summaries) for peer-reviewed literature.
  • Scopus – multi-disciplinary database providing full text and abstracts (article summaries) for peer-reviewed literature.
  • GoogleScholar  – is a popular search engine to look for academic material including journal articles and books. It is a convenient way to search across the web from one place:

Subject Specific databases:

  • MathSciNet:– a key resource for mathematics and statistics containing reviews, abstracts and bibliographical information in the field of mathematical science
  • ZB MATH : – a large abstracting and reviewing service in pure and applied mathematics. It contains more than 3.5 million bibliographic entries with reviews or abstracts from more than 3,000 journals and serials and 170,000 books.
  • Current Index to Statistics: – a bibliographic index of journals and books in statistics, probability, and related fields
  • Project Euclid (developed by Cornell University)- platform for small scholarly publishers of mathematics and statistics journals; over 70% of the journals are openly available

Check out the digital resources directory to find others that might be useful to your studies.