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TIME World's Top EdTech Rising Stars of 2024

Yellowdig recently earned global recognition as one of the World's Top EdTech Companies in the Rising Stars Category by TIME in partnership with Statista. This prestigious acknowledgment celebrates companies dedicated to advancing educational technologies worldwide. 


G2 Names Yellowdig High Performer, Best Support, and Easiest to do Business With

Based on 30+ reviews of Yellowdig by verified customers, G2 has named Yellowdig among the top EdTech companies - listing Yellowdig as the "Easiest to Do Business With" and "Best Support" in the "Digital Learning" category. 


HolonIQ North America EdTech 200 List

Yellowdig was included in the HolonIQ annual EdTech 200 list, which recognizes companies at the forefront of learning, teaching, and upskilling across the U.S. and Canada.


Creating Networks to Support Academic Connections for Students

Dr. Marybeth Gasman, a Distinguished Professor at Rutgers University, explores the pivotal need to cultivate academic connections for students. Dr. Gasman highlights strategies for crafting inclusive environments and fostering meaningful interactions to propel academic success.

NC State University - DELTA News

We’re Digging Yellowdig: New Discussion Platform!

NC State underscores the importance of fostering meaningful online student interaction, which is why they introduced Yellowdig. They share how it enhances engagement beyond traditional forums, receiving positive feedback from faculty and students alike, especially in courses prioritizing student-driven discussions and real-world connections.

Washington Times

China now has the world’s leading universities

Yellowdig's Founder and CEO shares insights on China's rise in global university rankings which is fueled by strong online platforms and investment in frontier technologies. This highlights the imperative for traditional U.S. universities to swiftly embrace digital transformation to remain competitive amidst growing demand for online and hybrid learning.


Faculty Must Be the Disruptors of Online Education

Dr. Means highlights the transformative power of online education, emphasizing the need for academic institutions to adapt and innovate. She advocates for learner-centered approaches and outlines key considerations for faculty transitioning to online teaching.

International Business Times

Meet The Man Using Social Media To Transform The Way Students Learn

The International Business Times highlights Shaunak Roy, founder of Yellowdig. The article shares how he redefines the role of social media in education, creating a gamified platform that enhances student engagement and fosters deep learning conversations, ultimately challenging the traditional notion of social media as a hindrance to education.

Harvard Business Publishing - Education

What Happens When You’re Not Scrambling to Move a Course Online

Dr. Means discusses strategies for enhancing student engagement and learning outcomes in online courses through thoughtful course design and pedagogical approaches. She highlight 3 aspects: reach, enviornment, and engagement



Using Tech to Enhance Engagement

Two Babson professors share how and why they use Yellowdig. They see Yellowdig as "Social media 'without the noise'" and use it to enable learners to lead conversations. They share results they've seen including: rich discussions, transforming thinking, and reflecting on experiences.

Technology Innovators

Top 20 Education Technology CEOs

Yellowdig's Founder and CEO was named alongside other notable EdTech CEOs including the CEOs from Duolingo, OpenClassrooms, Course Hero, and Udacity.

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