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Mathematics - Library Resources for Students: Books & eBooks

Search the Library Catalog

Use the search box below to find books and ebooks in the MDC Libraries collection.

If desired, replace the search term "Mathematics" with other keywords such as Algebra or Calculus.

The video below provides a brief overview of how to search the library catalog:

Searching the Catalog
(3 minutes)

eBook Databases

How to Log In: You might be prompted for one of the following two logins when entering a database.

  • If asked for your Miami Dade College account, log in with you MDC username and password.
  • If asked for a Borrower ID and Password/PIN, your borrower ID is your MDC student ID number, and your Password/PIN is the last 4 digits of your MDC student ID number.

Open Textbooks

Access to Other Libraries

If you are a currently registered MDC student, your MDC ID card can be used for borrowing privileges at all Florida College System and State University System libraries.

If you are a resident of Miami-Dade County, you can apply for a public library card that can be used at all branches of the Miami Dade Public Library System.

Interlibrary Loan

The World Is Our Library!

Books or articles that are not available in your campus library may be borrowed from other campuses via intercampus loan (ICL), or from other institutions via interlibrary loan (ILL).

Items that can be obtained from libraries within the Florida College System are usually received within 3 to 7 days. Other items may take up to 2 weeks to be received. The loan period for an ILL item depends on the policy of the lending institution.

Contact your campus library Reference Desk for assistance with placing ICL or ILL requests.

New Library Books

Here are just a few of the math books that have recently become available in the MDC Libraries.