Bye Bye Discussion Boards,
Hello Active Learning Communities

Yellowdig sparks real interactions that result in real communities, allowing students to learn the way they were always meant to
— together —
regardless of whether they are on campus, or in a virtual/hybrid classroom.

The go-to platform for student engagement, satisfaction, and retention in over 100 institutions


student engagement

student satisfaction



course drop rate

Features designed for virtual classroom student engagement, no matter your class modality

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*The features above have been resized for a better demonstration experience

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A proven philosophy that expands the horizons of learning beyond the classroom
A sleek, modern interface that students love to use and interact with

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Hear from Yellowdig Users

Anthony Smith

Anthony Smith


"I've been through Blackboard, I've been through Canvas, and it is just kind of that, blah, blah, blah, you know, you're just going through the motions, this is an excellent break in that. And so for me, it's, it's just immense. And quite frankly, I wish that I was able to get into this in some way earlier classes."

Arizona State University

Arizona State University

Lara Anderson

Lara Anderson

Professor of French and Applied Linguistics & Faculty Principal

"I began using Yellowdig in Fall 2020 and love the engagement opportunities it creates both me and my students. It is also a fantastic tool to facilitate target language conversation outside of the traditional classroom."

 University of South Carolina

University of South Carolina

Benjamin Plummer

Benjamin Plummer

Learning Experience Designer

"I like Yellowdig because of the freedom it gives students to earn points in different ways as well as the way that the platform promotes student-driven, rather than instructor-driven interaction."

University of Michigan Ross School of Business

University of Michigan Ross School of Business

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