- Students can continue to access all STARK learning content on the StudySmarter learning platform free of charge
- The offer is valid until the end of the school year
- The success of the e-learning offering is reflected in the approximately 2 million flash cards created in-house and 2.2 million chapter openings
In the wake of the Corona crisis, a cooperation between StudySmarter and STARK Verlag is making digital learning content available free of charge to make it easier for students to learn from home. Despite the gradual reopening of the schools, this offer should now remain available until the end of the school year. The success and effectiveness of the offer is reflected in the 450,000 digital learners. On the other hand, the 2 million self-created flash cards and the average duration of 47 minutes per login indicate the effective use of the StudySmarter learning platform. In view of the ongoing challenges, StudySmarter and STARK Verlag have decided to continue to make the digital learning content available free of charge in order to support the students, especially during the final exams. Therefore the use of the learning content on the digital learning platform will remain free of charge until the end of the school year.
StudySmarter is a leading EdTech start-up from Munich. The spin-off of the TU Munich & LMU Munich develops an intelligent and content-independent platform for lifelong learning. The StudySmarter learning platform was first published in 2018 and is currently used by more than 850,000 learners in the DACH region. StudySmarter has been named the best EdTech start-up in Germany and Europe by university representatives and education experts. The startup is headquartered in Munich and employs more than 30 people. StudySmarter’s vision is to use state-of-the-art technology to enable everyone to achieve their educational goals.
Further information can be found on: www.studysmarter.de
STARK Verlag is the German market leader in the field of exam preparation. Over the past 40 years, STARK has helped more than 20 million students throughout Germany to pass their exams with its books. The publishing house supports learners from preschool through to the Abitur and when starting their studies and careers with books and workbooks that fit perfectly – many of them with digital supplements. More than 1,000 authors and 140 employees ensure that new books are published every year that correspond to the curricula of the federal states and are oriented towards the latest developments in education. STARK Verlag is part of the Pearson publishing group, the world’s largest educational company. Further information can be found on: www.stark-verlag.de