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 Digitalizing Higher Mathematics

Leverage the advent of technologies and experience higher mathematics in a different way.
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Literacy and Excellence in Higher Mathematics

Everyone has their way of doing math. Accountants do number crunching. Engineers thrive in computational math. As for us, we like to promote higher mathematics as a way of life.
The Learning Brain

Beyond the One-Size-Fits-All Educational Model

Even Harvard faculty members admit that traditional classroom lectures are hardly an effective means of learning. What are you doing then to mitigate this inefficiency?
"The stereotypical lecture where the professor is giving exposition of textbook-type material to the students — I think that type of exposition can be done better with online video or by an interactive-tutorial format."

— Logan McCarty,  Director of Physical Sciences Education, Harvard University, April 2012

"[S]itting passively and taking notes is just not a way of learning. Yet lectures are 99 percent of how we teach!"

— Eric Mazur, Professor of Physics and Applied Physics, Harvard University, April 2012

"[W]ebsites and laptops have been around for years now, but we haven’t fully thought through how to integrate them with teaching so as to conceive of courses differently."

— Terry Aladjem, Executive Director of Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning,
Harvard University, April 2012

Ou​​​​r Toolbox

We deliver mathematical experience through several different modalities — none of which requires the intervention of psychedelics.

Improvised Interactive Tutoring / Consulting

Impromptu, storytelling sessions where inquiries and romanticization of higher mathematics happen., where answers become questions and academic spoon-feeding become mental wrestling. When cognitive principles are applied, the brain picks up things pretty quickly,

Online Mathematical Modules

Unlike traditional black-and-white math textbooks, modules incorporate colors and dynamic features such as rich media, expandable contents and interactive summaries — all of which can make learning more enjoyable and effective.

Alternative  Academic Publishing

Thoroughly researched, professionally typeset materials in higher mathematics right at your fingertip. Formatted in a way that is easy to navigate, search and skim through. Be it a manual or a summary, such is our philosophy of academic publishing.

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— Matthew L., Economic Student,  McGill Unversity, June 28, 2015

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— Banergee A., Higher Mathematics Enthusiast, May 19, 2016

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— Joel P., B.Comm. Student,  Concordia’s John Molson School of Business,  July 3, 2015

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