Q. I am writing a paper on an application of calculus and need a textbook on calculus or physics, or medicine or architecture, etc. that describes a solu
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For books, use our discovery tool, WorldCat; it's the search box in the center of the library home page.
WorldCat lists the results of Iona's holdings and all other college/university libraries worldwide. Refer to the WorldCat research guide or stop by the Research Desk for assistance. If we do not own the book, you can do an interlibrary loan (ILL) via WorldCat. Note that books can take up to 10 days to get here, and articles can take up to 5 days.
For articles, you can use Worldcat, too. In addition, take advantage of our research databases for various types of articles, including scholarly or peer-reviewed articles. Start with EBSCO, ProQuest Central, and JSTOR databases. Then try MathSciNet (use the A-Z letters on top to find quickly).
Examples of keywords: calculus "real world" "real life" medicine biology sustainability "economic problems"
Librarians at the Research Desk are ready and happy to assist you.