Booth Library offers several databases useful for finding articles in mathematics. All databases are accessible from off campus as well; just log in with your EIU netID and password. Think about your topic in terms of keywords, which can either be connected by AND/OR/NOT on the same line, or separated on different lines.
To obtain the articles you want, click on the full-text if available, or click on the Get Full Text link to see whether your article is available online or in print through another Booth Library source.
MathSciNet - A comprehensive database covering articles in mathematics, from 1940 to present. It provides access to the bibliographic data and reviews of mathematical research literature contained in the Mathematical Reviews Database. This should be your first stop when looking for articles in math.
MathSciNet via EBSCO - the MathSciNet database, accessible through the familiar EBSCOhost interface.
Academic Search Complete - Full articles and abstracts from articles covering a wide range of academic topics, including math.
Applied Science and Technology Abstracts - Citations and abstracts of journal articles in applied mathematics and other areas of applied science and technology.
ERIC - Articles covering the field of education, including mathematics teaching and educational resources in math.
SpringerLink - Full-text articles and book chapters in pure and applied mathematics as well as computer science (2005-2019).