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Now 2.5M Users Strong, Crowdsourced Learning Platform StudyBlue Grabs $9M To Help Students Study On The Go TechCrunch January 4, 2013

“The free platform has attracted 2.5 million students to date, 1.5 million of which have signed on in the last year.”

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StudyBlue Raises $9M for Mobile Crowd-Sourced Learning Platform Gigaom January 4, 2013

“Hundreds of mobile apps promise to boost students’ grades and help them prep for tests, but StudyBlue has managed to rise about the crowd with an approach that sources content straight from the people studying it.”

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StudyBlue Raises $9M to Equip Students with Digital Backpacks VentureBeat January 4, 2013

“All of the content on StudyBlue is crowdsourced and shareable. The 2.5 million users have created 100 million study materials, such as flashcards, study guides, and quizzes.”

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Fight Procrastination with Fire, or with These Apps and Websites NYU Local October 18, 2013

“If you’re anything close to an average student today, you know that technology is both a blessing and a curse.”

College: There’s an app for that Minnesota Daily October 17, 2013

“If you learn better through memorization of key facts, then you likely are a flashcard user. There’s an app for that, too. Ditch the flashcards that you end up tossing after your final and go digital with StudyBlue.”

App – StudyBlueApp Annie October 16, 2013

“With StudyBlue’s mobile app, you can make, study, and share mobile flashcards, study guides, and quizzes. It’s mobile, it’s social, and it’s free!”

New website offers virtual studyrooms and notesharing The Daily Campus October 15, 2013

“StudyBlue features a sleek design and offers students the ability to share custom “flashcards,” or little discreet packets of course information, with potentially hundreds of other students in the same class.”

5 homework apps that make the grade Denver Post October 2, 2013

“One helpful tool is StudyBlue. This app allows you to create your own flashcards and use flashcards used by classmates and friends.”

StudyBlue: Reinvents How You Study, On Your Own Or In Groups All My Faves  February 18, 2013

“Its mobile and social study platform empowers a generation of ambitious digital natives who expect and deserve high quality digital study resources.”

Education and Mobile Startup StudyBlue Raises $9m so its 2.5m Users Can Create Their FlashcardsThe Next Web January 4, 2013

“Online and mobile education startup StudyBlue has just raised $9 million in its Series A-1 funding in a move that it hopes will help the company move forward with helping students generate study materials.”

Venture Capital DealsFortune January 4, 2013

“StudyBlue, a Madison, Wis.-based provider of online class prep for college and high school students, has raised $9 million in Series A-1 funding. Great Oaks Venture Capital led the round, and was joined by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.”

Education Start-Up Focused on Making Flashcards Mobile Raises $9 MillionAll Things D January 4, 2013

“StudyBlue, which has more than 2.5 million students using its free apps to create flashcards and quizzes, has raised $9 million in a first round.”

Web-based Study Platform Attracts InvestorsMilwaukee Journal Sentinel January 4, 2013

“StudyBlue Inc., a Madison educational technology company, has raised $9 million in a funding round led by Great Oaks Venture Capital, a New York-based firm.”

Crowdsourced Social Study Platform StudyBlue Scores $9M to Expand its Community & Stable of ToolsThe EdTech Times January 4, 2013

“Madison, WI based social study platform StudyBlue announced today it has raised a $9M Series A-1 funding in a round led by Great Oaks Venture Capital.”

StudyBlue CEO And Co-Founder Becky Splitt Raises $9M Series A FundingWomen 2.0 January 4, 2013

“The Madison, Wisconsin-based company, co-founded by CEO Becky Splitt, has raised $9 million in Series A funding from Great Oaks Venture Capital, with participation from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.”

Local Online Learning Firm StudyBlue Secures $9M in FundingWisconsin State Journal January 4, 2013

“StudyBlue, a Madison tech company with study tools for college students, is getting a $9 million cash infusion from investors that include a New York venture capital firm.”

Hack Education Weekly NewsHack Education January 4, 2013

“The study tool StudyBlue announced that it has raised $9 million in funding from Great Oaks Venture Capital and Wisconsin Alumni Resource Foundations (WARF).”

StudyBlue Raises $9 Million in FundingThe Business Journal January 4, 2013

“StudyBlue Inc., a Madison mobile education technology company, has raised $9 million in a recent funding round that will help it keep up with skyrocketing demand and grow its staff, CEO Becky Splitt told The Business Journal on Friday.”

StudyBlue Adds $9M to be “Digital Backpack” for StudentsBetaKit January 4, 2013

“Today Wisconsin-based StudyBlue, a mobile and social study platform, announced it raised $9 million in Series A-1 funding led by Great Oaks Venture Capital and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) among others.”

5 Apps College Students Should Use This School YearU.S. News September 21, 2012

“Using the mobile app, students can receive test score feedback so they can focus on material they haven’t yet mastered. And, unlike paper flashcards, a student can set reminders on the app so he or she can maintain a study schedule before a big test.”

Back to School Tools and a Nonprofit Social NetworkFox Business Journal August 29, 2012

“Students of all ages can head back to school with an app that is sure to help them stay focused when it’s test time.

ReadWriteWeb Recommends: Apps for StudentsRead Write Web August 24, 2012

“StudyBlue makes it easy to put class notes, online textbook content and even Evernote materials into flashcards. StudyBlue’s free mobile app also lets students put flashcards on their smartphones.”

StudyBlue Releases New Flashcard iPad AppTHE Journal August 8, 2012

“Online study service StudyBlue has released its first iPad app, bringing the site’s user-generated flashcards, as well as its search and note-taking tools, to Apple’s tablet.”

Create Flashcards With ‘StudyBlue’Larry Ferlazzo EduBlog July 26, 2012

“StudyBlue lets you create flashcard easily, and one of its main selling points — at least in my mind — is that it allows you grab images off the Web to add to them”

ISTE 2012 REDUXTech&Learning July 26, 2012

“To support the trend of mobile studying, StudyBlue now offers iPhone and Android mobile apps”

Q&A With Becky Splitt, CEO of StudyBlueThe EdTech Times July 25, 2012

“Becky Splitt, CEO of mobile study service StudyBlue, recently took the time to chat with us about edtech trends and the future of the industry.”

Study Tips That Won’t Turn You BlueWashtenaw Community College July 2, 2012

“StudyBlue has saved so much money, time and energy because it’s user-friendly.”

Best Websites for Teaching and LearningAASL June 23, 2012

“Use Study Blue to study millions of flash cards and online quizzes or if you cant find what you are looking for, create your own. Available in mobile formats as well.”

50 Fascinating EduprenuersEdTech Digest May 22, 2012

“In no particular order, assembled here are 5o fascinating ‘edupreneurs’—people as passionate about their businesses as they are about their purpose in helping future generations thrive.”

5 Useful Apps for StudyingWhat Degree? Which University? May 2012

“With the StudyBlue Flashcard app, available for most smartphones, you can create your own flashcards, test your knowledge with millions online flashcards, work in offline mode and track your progress so you can reopen the app where you last kicked off.”

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