Engageli, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based purpose-built digital learning platform designed to provide learning experiences for students and instructors across higher education, raised $33m in Series A funding.
The round, which brings total financing to more than $47m, was co-led by Maveron and Corner Ventures with participation from Good Friends, Educapital, and several individual technology executives.
The company intends to use the funds to further scale product development and accelerate growth.
Founded in 2020 by a team that includes Dan Avida, Serge Plotkin, and Daphne Koller, Engageli is a digital learning platform optimized for student success and that delivers engaging teaching and learning experiences across a broad spectrum of needs for higher education. Its many features include flexible table groups, student note-taking, Q&A, chat functions, and student-instructor feedback loops, all designed to enhance the teaching and learning experience. Students can easily interact with their peers and their instructors during and after class as well as collaborate on course projects and materials in real time and between classes.