Möbius is built on the notion that people learn by doing. Your students can explore important concepts using engaging, interactive applications, visualize problems and solutions, and test their understanding by answering questions that are graded instantly. Throughout the entire lesson, students remain actively engaged with the material and receive constant feedback that solidifies their understanding.
Video: Introducing Möbius
Learn more about Möbius
Whitepaper: The Evolution and Revolution of Online Education
Video: Möbius Demonstration
Whitepaper: Your Online Students Aren't Paying Attention
User case studies
Which online education product is right for me?
Request your personalized demo today!
Workshop: Möbius Bootcamp
Here are just five of the many reasons instructors and academic institutions choose Möbius for their online offerings:
Maplesoft has partnered with the University of Waterloo, one of the largest institutions in the world for STEM education, to provide institutions and professors with rich online courses and materials that enable students to learn by doing. These Möbius courses are created by experts at the University of Waterloo for use by their own students and for their outreach programs, and will be made available to other Möbius users. Course materials range from late high school to the graduate level, with the initial offerings available soon and many more to follow.
Discover why leading institutions from around the globe use Möbius to help move their STEM courses online.
"Powering the courseware with Möbius means we can ask questions online that go so much farther in assessing the concept, compared to traditional methods."
"A lot of universities are now trying to develop strategies for building independent learners; with Möbius, we've found a way to work that into the course framework."
"Unlike other online education tools, Möbius supports math content very strongly. It allows me to expand on the math topics we cover, and deliver them in a wider variety of question types. This provided the students with a much more interactive and dynamic experience, making it easier and fun for them to learn new concepts."