New Books – Coming Soon!
Next, new books will no longer be placed on a temporary shelf for viewing but will now be sent directly to their permanent location on the shelf. This will shorten processing time, providing you with the opportunity to check them out much sooner! You can see a list of all our new books, as they come in, by visiting the Mathematics Library – New Books Blog.
New Journals – Coming Soon!
Finally, new journal issues will now proceed to the current journals shelving area immediately upon receipt. The Current Journals shelving area will also now be organized in alphabetical order allowing you to easily find the newest issues of your favorite journal titles! Journals will still include their library call number for easy referencing to older issues.
The entire backfile of School Science and Mathematics is now available electronically. Look for it by title in the Libraries' catalog or click here: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b4894979~S1a and choose "Full text available from Wiley-Blackwell Journals (Backfile Content) - MSU authorized users."
The Math Library will be open the following hours during the summer:
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: closed
If you are looking for study space outside of those hours, please consider using the Main Library (open until 10:00 pm Sunday - Thursday), the Business Library and Engineering Library (open until 9:00 pm Sunday - Thursday). Main, Business, and Engineering are all open on the weekends, too. For more details, please see the Libraries' hours page at http://www.lib.msu.edu/general/library-hours-cal.jsp?unit_id=11.
Please be aware that from Monday, June 20 at 7:00 a.m. through Friday, June 25 at 5:00 p.m., some doors into Wells Hall will be inaccessible. These include the handicap-accessible doors in the B-wing.
Also, Red Cedar Road in front of the Math Library is currently closed due to the demolition of the M.S.C. smokestack. Parking is still available in the stadium lot accessible from Shaw Lane.
The Math Library will continue to operate normally during these construction projects. Thank you for your patience!
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