The videos are organized into themes, as described below. To watch a video, select a title from the table below. Videos are accompanied by Instructor Guides where available, and related OCW courses are suggested where applicable.
THEMES  DESCRIPTIONS  STEM CONCEPT Video Titles  related COURSES 

Communication  Successful professional communication begins with the ability to analyze situational variables and make strategic decisions.  
Conservation  In order to analyze or modify a system, it is important to understand how the laws of conservation place constraints on that system.  
Derivatives and Integrals  Derivatives describe the dependencies of change in a system. Integrals help quantify changing properties. 




Differential Equations  Differential equations model changing properties in engineering systems.  
Equilibrium  To determine whether or not a system is at equilibrium, we must understand how a system’s equilibrium state is constrained by its boundary and surroundings.  [Not Available]  
Governing Rules 
A small number of rules describe the physical and chemical interactions that are possible in our universe. 





Information Flow  This video is part of the Information Flow video series. A system is shaped and changed by the nature and flow of information into, within, and out of the system.  
Linearity  Many complex systems are modeled or approximated linearly because of the mathematical advantages.  
Probability and Statistics  Many events and phenomena are probabilistic. Engineers, designers, and architects often use probability distributions to predict system behavior.  
Problem Solving  Scientists, engineers, and architects must devise solutions to openended problems with technical and nontechnical dimensions. 




Representations  Information can be represented in words, through mathematical symbols, graphically, or in 3D models. Representations are used to develop a deeper and more flexible understanding of objects, systems, and processes.  






StructureFunction Properties  The structure, function, and properties of a system are related and depend on the processes that define or create the system.  