Why U animated videos are designed as collateral material for mathematics courses on the K-12 and college levels, and as a resource for informal independent study. Rather than focusing on procedural problem solving, the objective is to give insight into the **concepts** on which the rules of mathematics are based.

Why U creators are currently working on the series of animated lectures entitled "Algebra". This series examines the concepts on which Algebra, as well as higher mathematics, is based. The goal of these lectures is to explore these fundamental concepts more precisely and in greater depth than is currently possible in most high-school and college-level algebra courses.

Why U is funded by the Goldman Charitable Foundation in partnership with the University of Central Florida. Your comments, ideas, and contributions are appreciated. Thank you for helping us to continue this important work.

This series of animated tutorials lays the foundation for high school and college algebra.

This series of animated tutorials explains not only how, but why the rules of algebra work.

A Humorous look at the topology of curved space. This video can be enjoyed by viewers on all levels, from K-12 to PhD.

This animation makes complex concepts such as summation notation, infinitesimals, and convergence easily comprehensible to non-technical viewers.