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**Welcome!**

This page contains links to **freely available** textbooks, journals, video tutorials, and other materials related to mathematics.

Some of these materials fall under the category of **Open Educational Resources (OER)** that may be adapted or combined to meet your needs.

For general information on OER, please see the following:

- OER @ Math MattersSee how the University of Texas at San Antonio is using OER in its Math Matters Student Success Center.
- Open Math Platforms [VIDEO]Presented by Open Oregon Education Resources, this webinar discusses the features of two open platforms: WeBWorK and MyOpenMath.

- Hilton, J. (2016).Open educational resources and college textbook choices: A review of research on efficacy and perceptions.
*Educational Technology Research and Development, 64*, 573-390. - McKenzie, L. (2020).Free law textbooks raise questions about OER.
*Inside Higher Ed*.

- California State University: Course Materials Finder ToolEnter a book's ISBN to search for freely available related materials.
- Open Oregon Educational Resources: MathFind out what OER materials are being used by Oregon college and university professors in courses similar to yours.

• BCcampus OpenEd: Algebra | Calculus | Math - General | Statistics

• OER by Discipline Directory: Math | Statistics

- College Algebraby Richard W. Beveridge
- Elementary Differential Equationsby Andrew G. Bennett, Kansas State University
- Elementary Differential Equations with Boundary Value Problemsby William F. Trench, Trinity University
- Elements of Discrete Mathematicsby Richard Hammack, Virginia Commonwealth University
- The Elements of Statistical Learning: Data Mining, Inference, and Prediction. 2nd ed.by Trevor Hastie, Robert Tibshirani, and Jerome Friedman
- A First Course in Design and Analysis of Experimentsby Gary W. Oehlert, University of Minnesota
- Introduction to Probability [PDF]by Charles M. Grinstead
- Lies, Damned Lies, or Statistics: How to Tell the Truth with Statistics [PDF]by Jonathan A. Poritz, University of Colorado, Pueblo
- Linear Algebra: A Course for Physicists and Engineersby Arak M. Mathai and Hans J. Haubold
- Practical Regression and Anova using R [PDF]by Julian J. Faraway
- Precalculusby D.H. Collingwood, K.D. Prince and M. M. Conroy, University of Washington
- Probability and Statistics eBookInitially developed by the UCLA Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR)

- Making Math Accessible, One Step At A TimeStrategies for making Math accessible to readers with a print disability.

MDC students and employees have free access to over 100 subscription-based databases containing popular and scholarly periodicals, ebooks, videos, and other types of information resources.

The databases listed below are useful for mathematics, science, and computers.

**If prompted to log in,** enter your MDC username and password.

- Applied Science & Technology Source (EBSCO) This link opens in a new window
- Computer Science(Gale OneFile) (Gale) This link opens in a new window
- General Science Full Text (EBSCO) This link opens in a new window
- JSTOR This link opens in a new window
- Sage Journals (Sage Publications) This link opens in a new window
- Science (AAAS.org) This link opens in a new window
- Springer eJournal Collection This link opens in a new window
- Wiley eJournal Package This link opens in a new window

- eBook Collection (EBSCO) This link opens in a new window
- Infobase eBooks (Infobase Publishing) This link opens in a new window

- Films on Demand (Infobase Publishing) This link opens in a new windowThe video below shows you how to embed quizzes into Films on Demand videos.

- Kanopy This link opens in a new windowThe video below shows you how to embed Kanopy videos in Blackboard.

- PBS Video (Alexander Street Press) This link opens in a new window

Study guides for the math portion of Florida's Demonstration of College Readiness (formerly Common Placement Testing/PERT)

- Math Sample TestMcCann Associates
- PERT Review Booklet for Mathematics [PDF]Valencia College
- PERT Study Guide for Mathematics [PDF]Florida State College at Jacksonville
- SAT Practice TestsKhan Academy / College Board

- There's an AI for That: Mathematics
"There's an AI for That" is a comprehensive aggregator of artificial intelligence tools and applications. Use the link above to find the section on mathematics.

For more information on artificial intelligence as it relates to academic research and information literacy, visit Keeping Up with AI: Assorted Resources for College Educators.

- The internet Archive's Books to BorrowA library of over 2 million digitized books that may be borrowed by anyone who signs up for a free account. The collection includes over 10,000 books on the subject of mathematics.

- APA CItation Style: Citing Open Educational Resources (OER)Skyline College
- Student Guide to Open Educational Resources (OER): How to Cite OERTacoma Community College

Jenny Saxton

Librarian / Associate Professor

Miami Dade College Kendall Campus