Mathematics
This website is designed for math students who need an easytouse, easytounderstand math resource all in one place. It is a comprehensive listing of formulas and definitions from beginning algebra to calculus. The explanations are readable for average math students, and over a thousand illustrations and examples are provided.

Terrific IB Resources here!
Amazing library guide to IB Mathematics with links to online journals, suggestions for books, videos, and much more. Also includes a Topics tab and a section of math in the news, with links to superinteresting articles! 
Choosing a Topic
Obviously math relates to physics, but have you thought of using mathematics to explore history? Check out this video on The Mathematics of History.

HAPPY MAPS  Get there quick or get there happy. Using data from social media, this team built a model that suggests beautiful, quiet, happy routes. See the London map here!

Books in the Library
 Go to the library catalogue here; click through to the High School Library.
 Click Catalog (yes, American spelling) at the top.
 Searching "mathematics" tends to yield better results than "math" or "maths," but your specific topic is even better.
 The Dewey Decimal range for maths is the 510s; however, you are likely to find books on topics in other areas such as Physics (530s).
Databases and Web Tools from Amongst ACS Subscriptions
ACS subscribes to over two dozen databases in a variety of subjects. Those with the most mathspecific resources include:
For articles and books:
For images and videos:
For articles and books:
 Use the library catalogue's Webpath Express tool (on the left) to search amongst sites curated by information professionals and perhaps find better sites more quickly than searching with open web engines.
 Use Britannica Advanced. Do a search, then click on the buttons on the left for articles, journal articles (scholarly sources), curated websites, and more.
 Science Online  Search or click "Mathematics" on the left to browse all math topics.
 Science in Context  Search or click "Browse Topics" and then choose "Math, Engineering, & Technology" to browse all math topics.
 Sirs Issues Researcher  Search "Mathematics" and notice the extra keyword headings to help drive your exploration.
 Questia  This site is great for the sheer number of fulllength books29,579 for 'mathematics."
For images and videos:
 Britannica ImageQuest  for conceptual graphics to include in your paper
 TwigPrep  There's an entire section of videos and lessons for mathematics.
Amazing Math Websites
Plus is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics.
Cut the Knot  Alexander Bogomolny's Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles

http://www.mathtube.org/ gives users easy access to mathematical seminar and lecture materials including videos notes and slides.
MathWorld is the web's most extensive mathematical resource, provided as a free service tas part of a commitment to education and educational outreach by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica.
Vi Hart is a mathemusician and philosopher known primarily for work in mathematics, musical structure, and social justice. Vi is the creator of mathrelated videos.

Personal site of Steven Strogatz, Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Applied Mathematics at Cornell. (Select essays or articles.)
University of Cambridge's Enrich The NRICH Project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners.

EXEMPLARS  Past Students' Internal Assessments
 Air Foil Student Work  Air Foil Annotated Work
 Birthday Problem Student Work  Birthday Problem Annotated Work
 Modelling a Cooling Cup of Tea Student Work  Modelling a Cooling Cup of Tea Annotated Work
 Modelling Musical Chords Student Work  Modelling Musical Chords Feedback
 Polar Area Student Work  Polar Area Annotated Work
 Spirals in Nature Student Work  Spirals in Nature Feedback
 The Tower of Hanoi Student Work  Tower of Hanoi Annotated Work