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Content Library

From arithmetic to trigonometry and beyond, Stemify offers an ever-expanding library of instructional videos that teach foundational concepts in an accessible way.

Pre Algebra & Beginning Algebra

Numbers, arithmetic, and the language of algebra. Equations, inequalities, expression manipulation, and the coordinate plane.

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Intermediate Algebra

Working with functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and exponential and logarithmic functions.

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College Algebra

Functions, transformations, and matrices.

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Angle measure, right triangles, unit circle trigonometry, trigonometric formulas and identities.

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Calculus I – Coming Soon

Limits, derivatives, and integrals with applications. Rates of change, tangents, areas, and volumes of revolution.

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Probability & Statistics – Coming Soon

Counting and probability. Data, charts, samples, experiments. Descriptive and inferential statistics.

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Geometry – Coming Soon

Euclidean geometry in two and three dimensions. Geometry in the coordinate plane. Theorems and proofs.

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Videos & Embedded Quizzes

The Stemify platform has a comprehensive digital library of STEM learning content organized around concepts and learning objectives. Students watch and interact with lessons across foundational math, focusing on one topic at a time.

  • Teach to the concept, not the test
  • Dynamic embedded quizzes with instant feedback
  • All the content you need in one place

Practice Assignments

Mathematical skills are built through practice. Every topic covered by Stemify’s video library comes with a curated problem set for students to develop their mathematical understanding.

  • Unlimited practice and instant feedback
  • Thousands of problems and counting
  • Focused skill building for coursework or review

OpenStax Textbook Integration

Stemify has partnered with OpenStax to bring written instruction into the Stemify interactive video library. Our video lessons are paired with specific readings from the open access textbooks published by OpenStax.

  • Related reading on the concepts covered by Stemify videos is one click away.
  • Open access textbooks can be used by students in any program without imposing additional costs.
  • Instructors can assign any OpenStax textbook section as homework in their Stemify courses.

Build Your Own Course

Flexibly assign video lessons, practice problem sets, and exams according to your syllabus and schedule. Leverage Stemify’s content library to cover your course learning objectives.

  • Choose foundational math concepts from prealgebra through precalculus
  • Plan your entire course or assign new work as you go
  • See when students complete video lessons

Video Production

See how Stemify creates engaging learning experiences that enable students to understand and retain fundamental math concepts.

"Stemify is the new way of learning! It helps the student connect with the lesson." - Central Michigan University Student

Meet Some of Our Content Creators

  • Dr. Amit Savkar

    Amit holds a PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Connecticut, where he now works as a Professor of Mathematics and educational psychologist. He is the founder of Stemify.


  • David Nichols

    David holds a PhD in mathematical logic from the University of Connecticut. He has taught math for ten years and is now Director of Product Management at Stemify.


  • Laine Blummer

    Laine earned a B.S.E. in mechanical engineering from the University of Connecticut. She now works at LambdaVision researching protein electrochemical response characterization.


  • Drew Jaramillo

    Drew obtained a PhD in mathematics from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is now an Associate Professor in Residence at the University of Connecticut.


  • Myron Minn-Thu-Aye

    Myron received his PhD in mathematics from Louisiana State University. He is an Associate Professor in Residence at the University of Connecticut.


  • Kenya Overton


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