Product Update: Anonymous Posting and #Hashtags

Check out our recent webinar, introducing two awesome, new features from the Yellowdig Development Team.  A special thank you to the institutions who requested and inspired us to add the features this summer, in preparation for the upcoming school year.  We can't wait to hear how you use them to enhance your courses!  

Webinar with Dan Gruber of Northwestern

Daniel A. Gruber, Ph.D., is a faculty member at Northwestern University where he is based in the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications, and also teaches classes in the Kellogg School of Management (Courtesy) and School of Communication.  Dr. Gruber will soon be joining the Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati as Associate Dean for Innovation and New Ventures.

Interview with Adrienne Phelps-Coco of Harvard Extension

"What I saw was much more genuine discussion. Where people were asking questions, they were sharing materials that they really cared about. When they were responding, they responded because they really cared. The point system helped to get it going, but once it was going, people were talking because people were interested in the conversation."

Yellowdig at Villanova University

Workshop and panel discussion with Georg Theiner (Assistant Professor, Villanova University), Kristen Turpin (VIsiting Assistant Professor, Villanova University) and Seth Matthew Fishman (Director of Curriculum & Academic Outcomes)

Interview with Jui Ramaprasad of McGill

"My goal was to make [the] sort of outside-the-classroom and inside-the-classroom experience consistent and a bit seamless. So If we had a good conversation or a good conversation topic that came up in class, we could continue that conversation—not just a one-way discussion but a two-way conversation among the students themselves."

Interview with Zach Sheffler of University of Minnesota

"There was one specific example [on Yellowdig] of a digital marketing scheme that I actually incorporated into the lecture in a more robust way. I think one of the side benefits of Yellowdig was that it allowed me to see what people were interested in, but also that there are things that I wasn’t aware of that I was then exposed to.

Interview with Ed Slavishak of Susquehanna

"And one of the conversations that we had in class that was pretty fruitful was actually coming out of Yellowdig. A student gave a particular reference to someone who called himself a historian and there was a question of whether or not that person could call himself a historian because he wasn’t officially trained and so forth."