Educational content creation platform Acrobatiq spun out from Carnegie Mellon University in 2015 and had been backed by the university's Carnegie Innovations division.

Acrobatiq, a US-based educational content creation platform spun out from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), was acquired by digital textbook provider VitalSource for an undisclosed sum on Tuesday, allowing the university to exit. Founded in 2015, Acrobatiq offers an educational course creation platform that enables providers to tap data analytics and artificial intelligence to build digital…

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