|Headquarters||Madison, Wisconsin, USA|
StudyBlue is an online studying platform for high school and college students. The website allows users to upload class study materials, create electronic flashcards to study and share with others, practice quizzes, and more. StudyBlue allows students to store their notes in the cloud and connect with other students studying the same subjects. StudyBlue content can be accessed online or on mobile phone applications. The company serves students at over 26,000 institutions in over 100 countries, including the United States. The StudyBlue corporate office is located in Madison, WI with a second office now open in San Francisco, CA as of September 2012.
StudyBlue was founded by two students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison as The Class Connection in 2006. The company was renamed StudyBlue in 2009. As a start-up company, StudyBlue raised approximately $14.8 million in funding through January 4, 2013. The company started with 25 campuses nationwide.
StudyBlue’s services include electronic flashcards, note uploading, quizzes and storage of digital study materials. They can be created, modified and shared on StudyBlue's website or on mobile applications for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The website has become increasingly unpopular due to an unstable database. On October 24, 2012 Study Blue was shut down and posted a release stating they were sorry but that it would remain down for at least 24 hours. The site stated that all online content is not lost but the site will be down through October 26, 2012. 
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