Brainly acquires Bask to add video to its peer-to-peer learning platform for students

Brainly acquires Bask to add video to its peer-to-peer learning platform for students

TechCrunch·2018-01-26 17:31

Brainly, the edtech startup founded out of Poland but now with a HQ in New York, has acquired Bask to add video to its peer-to-peer learning platform.

Terms of the deal remain undisclosed. However, the acquisition has more than a whiff of acqui-hire to it, with Bask’s co-founder and CEO, Ryan Metzger, and Head of Engineering, Robert Kim, joining the Brainly product and development team.

Founded as recently as April 2017 by then 21-year-old college dropout Metzger, Bask is described as a “video learning platform” that enabled short teacher-produced video content to easily be integrated into an array of learning management systems.

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