Consider the following five criteria:

1. **Accuracy** - Is the information correct?

2. **Authority** - What are the author's credentials?

3. **Coverage** - Is the content covered comprehensively?

4. **Currency** - Is the information current?

5. **Purpose** - Is the content biased?

If you're not certain, ask a librarian!

General Resources

- Algebasics: a fine online mathematics instructional resource that takes young and old alike through the basics of algebra. Overall, it's a well-designed introduction to this area of the mathematical universe, and one that is very easy to use.
- Calculators: 24 different calculators from adding and subtraction to finding volume to exponential growth.
- DeniseMeeks.com Many math resources, as well as science, biology, chemistry, engineering and more! Just click on the tabs at the top.
- Math Forum: Award-winning site for students and educators.
- Math Tools: Interactive, online activities for learners and teachers. Math topics from pre-school to college

Problem Solving, Formulas and Values

- Ask Dr. Math: Type in your math question.

Organizations and Agencies

- American Mathmetical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC): The only organization exclusively devoted to providing a national forum for the improvement of mathematics instruction in the first two years of college.
- American Mathematical Society: Information on the Society and access to a variety of services
- Mathematical Association of America (MAA): Focuses on college mathematics from the perspective of both teacher and student

Electronic Journals and Newsletters

- New York Journal of Mathematics: Provides access to articles in mathematics
- Mathematics Journals

More Extensive Lists of Resources

- Math in Movies: fun site to see where math has been referenced in movies
- POP Math: Access to standard and off-beat mathematical resources from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville

**For Math Instructors**

- Math Archives: Access to a variety of mathematical resources offered by the University of Tennessee at Knoxville
- Graphics and Calculus: A collection of graphical representations that explain basic concepts in calculus by Douglas Arnold, Penn State University
- Math Readiness: Contains exercises of varying difficulty; takes users through geometry, trigonometry, algebra, and exponential functions.