The purpose of this guide is to serve as a starting off point to help you in your research at UConn, whether you are an undergraduate student, a graduate student, or a faculty member. Explore this guide to find more information on how to find the best books, textbooks, electronic journal articles, and more. There is also a page on open data and free resources for math and statistics.
NEW! We now have a full and up to date subscription to Annals of Statistics. Recent issues are available through the Project Euclid database. Issues older than four years are archived in JSTOR.
Both students and faculty sometimes encounter difficulty during the research process. If you hit a dead end trying finding articles, statistics, or other information, please contact me to schedule an one-on-one consultation.
Library Instruction Classes:
Classes can be scheduled to meet topic-specific needs of students and faculty. If you would like a session in your class or in one of the libraries' computer classrooms, contact me to discuss how best customize the session for your students.
UConn Libraries also holds workshops on a variety of topics. Check the website periodically to see if there is a session that may interest you.
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