Yellowdig for STEM
With features such as the formula editor, code snippet, anonymous posting, and annotating over images and code, Yellowdig adds a collaborative spirit to the rigorous STEM courses.
Yellowdig for synchronous classes
There is no doubt that using Zoom or any other similar video conferencing software is a popular approach for synchronous classes worldwide. While video conferencing tools allow students to talk and interact on a single screen when they can't meet in-person, they still do not solve the core issue that their in-person counterparts remain to have: a learning community that keeps thriving beyond the pre-determined class hours. Yellowdig is not an alternative to video conferencing tools. Rather, it's a community-building platform that keeps pushing the boundaries of learning when students are not in class, by opening the floor for fruitful discussions and thought-provoking comments that positively impact the experience of all learners.
Yellowdig for asynchronous classes