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Mathematics: MATH 598 Research in Math Education

Your one-stop for books, articles, websites, and other resources you'll need for Math 598.


Welcome to the Research Guide custom-made for Math 598 - Research in Math Education.

 In this guide, you will find access to:


Have fun exploring and if you need any assistance, don't hesitate to contact your CCSU Librarian!


Welcome to Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Interlibrary Loan is the document delivery service that supplies  library materials not owned by Elihu Burritt Library to CCSU library users. Reciprocally, this service also supplies books and photocopies to other libraries for the use by their patron

Eligibility for Services

Only CCSU faculty, staff, and students are eligible for Interlibrary loan services at the Elihu Burritt Library. Community borrowers with guest borrower cards must utilize their town libraries to obtain Interlibrary Loan services.

All Interlibrary Loan requests will be submitted through the CCSU ILLiad system New users click here to create set up a new ILLiad account and get started.

Materials Not Available Through Interlibrary Loan

  • Textbooks (books needed for an entire semester)

  • Books owned by the Burritt Library

  • Entire issue of journals or periodicals

  • Some theses and dissertations

  • Some audio-visual materials (videos, CDs, DVDs)

  • Books recently published (within the past several months)

  • Rare books and other fragile, old materials


Most requests for articles are filled on average within a few hours (excluding weekends and holidays). Requests for books or media take on average 7-10 working days and is dependent on where the item(s) is coming from. We will notify you electronically when the material arrives. Interlibrary Loan books must be picked up at the Circulation desk.  

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