Fort Hays State University
Fort Hays State University participated in a pilot program where Yellowdig was used across four marketing courses. Three professors at the university studied the effectiveness of Yellowdig in increasing student engagement and improving student learning. Yellowdig was used for two purposes: (1) as a way to create a community inside and out of the classroom, and (2) as a means by which students could create and share course-relevant content throughout the semester. Their research was published in the Global Journal of Business Pedagogy.
The University of Akron
In February of 2018, Dr. Claudia J. Coleman presented to faculty on her use of Yellowdig in courses within the Department of Public Administration and Urban Studies. Dr. Coleman uses Yellowdig as a way to create "icebreakers" for learners in the beginning of a course. She also finds Yellowdig is a great way to segue from topic to topic throughout the semester.
University of Minnesota
Hear from three different University of Minnesota professors on their experiences using Yellowdig in the classroom: Zach Sheffler, Bodong Chen, and Russell Funk
Arizona State University
Learn how Arizona State University is using Yellowdig in their large, fully online courses to replace the traditional Blackboard Discussion Boards. Hear from Professor Megan Jehn, the graduate and undergraduate program director for Global Health.
Learn how Northwestern University uses Yellowdig from Dr. Nina Wieda, a professor in Northwestern's Chicago Field Studies program. Before Yellowdig, Dr. Wieda tried using Wordpress and the LMS Discussion Board to create an effective forum. After trying all three, she prefers Yellowdig over the alternatives.
Coming Soon - Samford University