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Yellowdig Demo Webinar (September 29th, 2021)

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Kailie Starr  0:04  
I like how she tells you now that she's recording.

Natalie Ramos  0:07  
It is great. It was a good feature, because you can get ready. Yes, exactly. Well, we are actually two minutes out from 10am. For me. Yes, actually can be you trickling in.

Kailie Starr  0:22  
Yeah. Yeah, we're both on pacific time.

Natalie Ramos  0:26  
We are in California.

Kailie Starr  0:28  
Yes. Welcome. I see some folks trickling in. Thanks for joining us today. We'll go ahead and get started in a few minutes here. If you want to go ahead and introduce yourself in the chat, where you're from, what your role is. That would be awesome.

Natalie Ramos  0:45  
Yes, we're going to use the chat a lot today to kind of ask different questions throughout our time. So I think we are all used to the chat. Yeah, Peter, and Sam and Dolly welcome.

Kailie Starr  1:04  
Yeah, we definitely want to make this as interactive as possible. So feel free again, to introduce yourself in the chat drop questions in the q&a section. Raise your hand if you want to speak. We are open for any of those options. Excellent. Cool. Definitely. Welcome from Chicago.

Natalie Ramos  1:28  
I think it is great learning designers, instructional designers, anyone on your side helping with other instructors is perfect for these webinars. So thank you, and welcome. Great.

Kailie Starr  1:46  
Excellent. Great, and welcome from Denver. We will share the recording after Yes. So the recording will go out. Cool. I am. Yeah. I'm checking in from San Diego. And Natalie is in the Los Angeles area.

Natalie Ramos  2:11  
So yes, we are checking in from the west coast over here. Excellent. We're gonna go ahead. I think it is 10. So let's just say, oh, mouse 1001. Let's go ahead and move into this question. Since they see we have about nine people so far. And you can put your responses in the chat. What are you hoping to learn about Yellowdig today? So kind of thinking about what brought you here? Of course, you can still Introduce yourself. Welcome, Pete. But what what brought you here? And what are you hoping to learn about Yellowdig today?

Kailie Starr  2:53  
I see Samuel from our team has joined us, he's checking in from Philadelphia. So representing the East Coast over here. You're outnumbered for the first time, Sam.

Samuel Kampa  3:05  
I'll be writing the chat during the presentation. So I do a lot of the support and analytics on the team. So send any questions my way. Excellent.

Natalie Ramos  3:27  
Anybody would like to share in the chat What are you hoping to learn about Yellowdig? If it is your first time here and you've seen us maybe just through the website and have absolutely no idea but are here today welcome. And that is completely fine. Excellent. Dolly says I hoping to learn the benefit. It can bring the nuances for more technical courses. Yes, robust feature and might not have noticed on the website. Yeah, absolutely. We'll definitely have a demo at the end. We'll go through a little bit more of how Yellowdig helps create peer connections and a little bit of our philosophy and then we'll go into that.

Kailie Starr  4:06  
Okay, and I see Ann's using Yellowdig next year, so she's hoping to learn as much as she can about it. Also.

Natalie Ramos  4:18  
Okay, let me go ahead. And speaking of technical know, if these things happen, right, um, my my slides just got signed out, so I think I could still change them. But in the event that happens, we'll switch it over to Kaylee. Dolly also said it's also helped to learn more about translating traditional prompts to conversation themes to maximize student engagement. And that is the secret sauce there is Yellowdig isn't designed to kind of replace what you teach. Not necessarily how you teach either, but how you can increase engagement through creating more open ended inquiry based conversational beams. That's a lot of words there, and we'll show you what that looks like in the platform. So thank you, Dolly, you were going to be looking to you, great, I can still change my slides. Um, okay, I'm Natalie. I'm an education onboarding specialist, I help with our pilot programs. I've been here since March, I taught secondary science, actually, during the pandemic, and a little before I have my Master's in education. And I decided to switch from classroom based teaching to technology. Because I still love learning. And I still love aspects of teaching. So I'm really happy to be here.

Kailie Starr  5:39  
To do that, great. And I'm Kaylee Starr, I'm a strategic partnership manager on the Yellowdig team. I've been here for almost two years, and I work closely with our partners, you know, figuring out their needs and coming up with a strategy to best support them. And, you know, when I found Yellowdig, I really loved like, the community based aspect of the platform, and really, you know, helping connect students, especially in online learning. So that was something that really drove me to the company and wanting to be a part of, you know, what we're doing here.

Natalie Ramos  6:17  
Excellent. So we'll go through importance of peer connections, what is Yellowdig Yellowdig platform experience and impact as what we've seen from some of the data and reports we've collected. And then we'll get into our demo and have time for q&a. Of course, always feel free to drop questions, or wonderings in the chat, and our wonderful Samuel Campbell will be in there, on spot.

Kailie Starr  6:44  
Cool. So we just wanted to start out by giving you some background on kind of what we think about here at Yellowdig. And one of those is really the importance of pure connection. So this information here is from a research done by the Christensen Institute. So they found like these four aspects that are really important for, you know, how peers can can play a role in each other's lives, you can see here, obviously, social support, so providing that sense of belonging, academic support, sharing knowledge with one another, guidance, support really being kind of that mentor to one another, and then well being support, you know, promoting that emotional well being.

So again, just kind of thinking of the different ways that peers can play a role with each other, and how they can connect with one another, which kind of leads us to our next slide. And really how Yellowdig you know, kind of our philosophy here and what we're focused on. So thinking about those peer connections, how we can provide that space for students to make those connections, build that community, you know, share things that are relevant to the course, if they find an article, or maybe some research that they want, they want to share, excuse me, that relates to the course material and discuss it with one another.

Again, just really providing that space for them to be able to do that more freely and openly. And we are really focused on outcomes and data here at Yellowdig. So especially when we dive into the platform, we'll show you some areas where you're actually able to measure whether Yellowdig is having a positive impact on things like social, excuse me, student engagement, and social connectedness. So those are some things that we're really focused on measuring and making sure that we're actually having a positive impact on, you know, the types of learning objectives that you are focused on.

Natalie Ramos  8:38  
Absolutely. And I think one of the great things that makes Yellowdig unique is the the aspect of designing the platform for active learning. Right? So how are we actually seeing that learning happen in real time when everyone is either online? Or even maybe all together? But kind of sitting in those rows in the lecture hall? What are students thinking about? How are they talking about your course material. And so the social aspect of Yellowdig is really created. When we it's really seen when we have the single scroll feed, where it's designed, kind of like different social media platforms, LinkedIn, Facebook with that single scroll feed. However, it keeps more of those relevant features. So what are students going to be sharing and how are different features images, videos that can link hashtags that will help filter through with a single scroll feed, as well as topics of course we'll show you all in the demo.

And the other aspect that makes us unique is the gameful learning design. Which if you think about back in grade school, this isn't so much as Oh, we're playing a game but rather how we reward those behavioral those behaviors in Learning. So those positive behavioral incentives is really coming through our gameful learning design, which is the points. So if you see at the top right in the in the screen there, students actually are taking ownership of their learning by seeing how many points they've earned to a certain max within each week of their course. And they actually get to not just be rewarded for making posts, but receiving comments and receiving reactions. And so now it's not just Well, let me just do my discussion assignment for earning points. But rather, how can I create the most engaging posts that will elicit more, more comments and more thoughts from my peers?

That, to me is very unique and really exciting. And, you know, getting students to engage in that way is is always the topic of discussion when we have when we when we have meetings with you, throughout your experience, relevancy, another thing that makes us unique is making the single scroll feed be at the top, the post is the most relevant at the top. So what that also means is, it's kind of like sitting in the front row of your course. But online, right, so you always see the most, the newest generated topic of conversation at the top of your single scroll feed. And other parts of relevancy is that your students are bringing in things that are relevant in their lives to your course, and how they're doing that is through these different features. And also how you model how you'd like students to act and respond to your community as well. And data driven is something that sets us apart, and me and Sam, oops, work a lot with that. And this is what I said, when I got signed out. So I think you're still seeing the screen where I have to sign in now. Is that correct?

Kailie Starr  12:01  
Yes. If you want I can I can take over the slides.

Natalie Ramos  12:06  
Okay, excellent. Um, so I still get to talk about data driven, because what you'll see in the platform and a little bit is you'll see an access to all of the data of how your students are earning points, what topics they're talking about, how they're moving through each week, in your discussion, in your course, rather. And we'll also able to generate points of each of those features that you'll see. Yeah, I think that's pretty much that kick in.

Kailie Starr  12:41  
You're seeing the slides on my No, right? Yes.

Natalie Ramos  12:45  
Okay, greatly. No, no, no, wait, I do see it. Let's get confirmation from our chat here. Is everyone seeing the slides? I think I see it. I am seeing it. I'm also seeing like me, because of the new update where it still keeps your face on the screen. But then you can also see some gotcha. That's the whole thing. So let's go ahead and put in the chat, and what kinds of communities are you hoping to create this, this next term this fall? Go ahead and take some time to think about what kinds of communities we have seen more formal learning with courses. We have faculty development courses, design or faculty development communities, rather, international partnerships, as well as co curricular clubs, extracurriculars within college campuses, as well as high schools. And we also have communities created with Yellowdig, where instructional designers will use it for first year experiences for students, so they'll always have a community to go to throughout their freshman year. Orientation. So go ahead and put in the chat. What kinds of communities you are hoping to create with Yellowdig?

Kailie Starr  14:20  
I will also say shared Oh, sorry, go ahead.

Natalie Ramos  14:24  
Oh, no, that's fine. 

Kailie Starr  14:27  
Did someone share I was gonna  say and shared earlier, she's using Yellowdig. In her nursing courses, so refers to a specific case there.

Natalie Ramos  14:36  
Yeah, absolutely. Our STEM courses nursing courses. Also we have a feature for for writing code with our la Tech's formula builder. I think Sam had just mentioned that. And I will say some of the unique cases we've seen as universities will have micro credentialing programs where they'll offer a series of just technical training courses. And I think it's great because they'll just want one community, one cohort where students can still be part of conversations, even though they're taking different courses. And so absolutely, learners in a certain community will have just reading, and the learners will have an opportunity to talk about their nursing capstone projects. Excellent. Yeah, if it's an aspect of your course, that you just want your students to be a part of. We've seen that done before. And of course, our communities are created with a deep understanding of human behavior combined with gainful learning that supports the development of healthy asynchronous and or synchronous committees. Anyone else want to share, you're still thinking about your communities, that's fine. There's lots of options with Yellowdig.

Kailie Starr  15:53  
Well, I'm going to go ahead and move on to the next slide. And but feel free to keep sharing, just wanted to discuss, you know, some of our partnerships and some of the things that we're focused on at Yellowdig. So as you can see here, just, you know, a small sampling of some of our partners, anyone from, you know, a large public institution to a small private institution, and kind of everything in between. So our partners are really unique. And we really pride ourselves on working closely with you to make sure that we are satisfying your needs, and making sure that our platform and you know, our pedagogy, and is really, you know, having a positive impact on you and your students. So the arrows here on the right, just some things that we're focused on and, and some of the research that we've done, you know, Yellowdig has really proven to have a positive impact on increasing student engagement, you know, increasing persistence and overall retention, and increasing student and faculty satisfaction as well.

Natalie Ramos  17:01  
Alright, we're about to jump into the demo. But first, I think if we were to kind of jump out and do a wide angle view of the typical discussion assignments, versus how the Yellowdig community keeps the conversation going, is is exactly just exemplified in this slide. So engagement in the Yellowdig community can be seen on the right side here. And I'm kind of going to take this from the instructor perspective. So I think we've all kind of been in the discussion assignments where you have the weekly modules of post once, comment twice, and you are the one or your instructors rather, are the ones who are kind of leading that conversation each week. Yes, topics are important, it is important to to have those conversations about different aspects of your course. But as you can see, on the left side, when you're pretty much the sage on the stage as an instructor, you kind of see this typical flow where the go getter, which I will admit was was typically me posting in the beginning of the community. Kaylee, I'm not sure were you, you somewhere in the orange or just kidding.

Kailie Starr  18:16  
I was a procrastinator. No, I definitely have been both Honestly, I'm definitely the go getter, like trying to engage with my peers. And then I feel like this model perfectly represents me as a student where over time, I realized people weren't actually engaging in the discussion board. And so I eventually started procrastinating until Sunday night with everyone else.

Natalie Ramos  18:38  
So, yeah, absolutely. And I think what we see on the left side is, is really, I'm writing to the professor because they post the question, and I need to earn my points. And so here is my answer. And then you have the other students who will catch on and kind of say the same thing or great post or I agree. Whereas on the right side, and the yellow to community, whether it's the procrastinator or the go getter. We are fluctuating throughout the weeks of the course carrying conversation and carrying topics throughout each. What you would say is module but what we would say is conversational theme, as Dolly had talked about in the chat, so you might not know who starts the week off with a conversation, it could be something brought up by the instructor or students or even that procrastinator, you know, and you don't even know who's procrastinating.

Now, something that's come up that I've seen as well how do we know that students are actually talking about what we're supposed to be talking about. And you know, something I would say to that is it's it's how you model yourself as a citizen of the community, how you model how you want your students to talk about your course, but also it might be very surprising to see that students are going to bring in what's relevant in their lives and related to your course. material. And that's excellent. I mean, that's that's a key value of Yellowdig. And I think if you were to, of course, we will be having meetings and a lot of a lot of chat with our academic advisors on our team, we can go through how, how that would look for you. But I would just like to leave it here and kind of give this visual representation before we start looking at the platform. I'm Kaylee, do you want to add anything on to this slide?

Kailie Starr  20:35  
No, I think that was good. Yeah, just definitely giving students opportunity to kind of lead the conversation, ask good questions, share things that are relevant to them in the course. Yeah, if anyone has any questions at this point, please feel free to drop them in the chat. Otherwise, I will go ahead and start sharing the platform. Okay, so do you now see Yellowdig? Yes. Okay, great. Cool. So what you're seeing here now is the platform. As Natalie had mentioned earlier, it's a single scrolling feed, I'm on a large monitor. So that's why you're seeing probably some whitespace here. My Yellowdig adapts to the screen size. So it's mobile configurable. So if you were on a mobile device, this would obviously shrink. Since I'm on this large monitor, it has expanded. But you can start to see some elements of social media, whether it's being able to add mentioned people respond with emojis, use hashtags, you'll see things like articles embed really nicely in the platform. You can share things like images, videos, different files. So let's go over some of the functionality here for creating a post. So you would go ahead and title your post. And you would add some body to the text here.

And as you can see, as I'm typing, this bar here is filling up. So one of the metrics that you can add to Yellowdig is the word minimum. So by typing here, you'll see that I'm kind of earning words here up to the word minimum. And once I reach shot, it'll turn green signaling to me, the student that I have reached, you know, the minimum number of words needed to earn points for this post. Some of the functionality here again, polling is a really popular feature. So maybe, you know, in this intro post, I want to use an icebreaker or test students knowledge of some of the course concepts right there in the beginning, this is kind of a really great one for doing. So. Again, you can attach different multimedia, you have the ability and Yellowdig, to make your posts anonymous. So this was a highly requested feature, actually, especially in maybe those more technical courses, maybe students are a little bit more shy, to ask a question, maybe they're embarrassed about not knowing the answer to a question. And so you can actually make that post anonymous in Yellowdig.

So your peers won't know that you're asking that question, the instructor can can still see everything. So from, you know, a monitoring aspect, you can still see who's posting. But again, just to kind of, you know, make it a little bit more easier for students to share if they're maybe a little bit on the shy side, you can disable this if you want. So if you don't want students to be able to post anonymously, that's totally fine, too. And you can disable that you have the ability to draw. So I really like this feature for annotating. Maybe you upload an image of a text, or your lecture slides and you want to be able to draw right there in the platform you can do so I know Dali mentioned the formula capabilities. So in some of your technical courses, we have this law tech editor. So if you know code or formulas, you can add them here. Otherwise, we also have a virtual keyboard. So maybe you are a beginner in some of these courses.

And so you're actually able to use some of the formula here. This is really great again, for some of those more technical courses, being able to you know, maybe add a snippet of code and say, Hey, you know, this isn't working for me, does anyone see an error in my code, and then you know, having your peers be able to say, Hey, you know, there should actually be a backslash here or whatnot. I am not a coder. So that's that's exciting. Some of my basic coding knowledge there. But it's nice to be able to actually share those formulas. In those more, you know, stem heavy courses there. Are there any questions so far? Natalie or Sam in the chat on any of this?

Natalie Ramos  25:17  
I actually see kind of a scenario based question here. If I'm a student coming in from Dolly, if I'm a student who just completed my reading slash watching for a module, and I'm ready to move on to the learning activities for the module, what's the best way to direct me to the LD community from within the LMS? Okay, excellent. I know you should have one link within a community. But can you talk about the kinds of instructions you might add to direct students from LMS? To Yellowdig? Absolutely, yeah. These are the kinds of questions, Kaylee and I would be happy to go through on kind of a one on one setup, meeting, how to talk to students about Yellowdig itself, how to onboard students directing them where to go something like this. I'm wondering, you want to touch on a little bit of that, and then talk about our actual own three step process that comes with a new community, which is a new, one of our newest features, and really excited about?

Kailie Starr  26:14  
Yeah, definitely. So worth noting, too, that Yellowdig does integrate with your learning management system. So we use LTI integration. If you're familiar with that, if you're not familiar with that, I should say it's a very seamless integration. But so it's one click access from your learning management system right into this Yellow Dog community. So anyone, again, this, this demo here is just for a general business course. But if I'm registered for business one on one, you know, from me my canvas or Blackboard course, I automatically have an account here in Yellowdig. And it will pull me right into this community here, which was really nice. So they'll be able to, you know, have that link, whether it's in the assignments, or maybe like the sidebar navigation, I can actually show you, when I show you what that looks like in Canvas here. Just to kind of show you again, kind of what that looks like from a student process here.

So I have this the setup in our modules here, which would take me right to Yellowdig. I also have it set up in the sidebar now of here, which would take me right to Yellowdig. So there's a couple different places you can have it linking out, we also encourage you to remind students to continue to visit Yellowdig. So maybe you have your assignment for the week, or your readings. And then you say at the end, hey, you know, share your thoughts on the readings in Yellowdig. Or if you have any questions, please share it in Yellowdig. So again, just encouraging students to keep going back to the community, sharing their thoughts there. Are there any other questions? Natalie? I did the one

Natalie Ramos  27:59  
What's the point conversion in terms of percentage? And then we did just answer integrating with Canvas gradebook, absolutely.

Kailie Starr  28:09  
Great. Yeah. So you will set up the points and the percentage in your gradebook. So your learning management system, I should say. So if you want Yellowdig to be say, worth 10% of your total grade, you would set that up in your learning management system as one grade. So it's one semester long assignment. And Yellowdig automatically passes back their grade to your learning management system gradebook in accordance to that percentage that you set up. So I'll go over the point system in depth here in a second, but you'll see you know, the numbers here, those are kind of arbitrary there, they'll always pass back, like I mentioned, with proportion in mind that you've had set up in your gradebook. So it's really kind of up to you, we obviously have recommendations for you know, how much the yoga degree should be worth compared to everything else in your, you know, semester grades, but you know, it's kind of a general rule of thumb here. 10% is a is a pretty good recommendation there.

Natalie Ramos  29:11  
Yeah, and the points are converted as a percentage to your gradebook, right? And so students can track that on their own side. And do have a question curiosity from Peter about notifications, that faculty teaching staff, admins, anyone who is part of a community might receive when a student's post. So notifications are customizable, and we do have an excellent settings for that Kailie will show. 

Kailie Starr  29:40  
Yeah. So let me go to settings and notifications here. It's taking a second to load probably because I'm on zoom. But our notification settings are you know, automatically turned on and then if you want it to go and customize for, you know, specific interactions, you can go ahead and do so. But you will get an email notification and an in app notification for you know, when people post when people respond to your post. So everyone in that community will be able to receive that.

Natalie Ramos  30:22  
I'm not sure why it's definitely customizable. I mean, I, I just, I hate Facebook, customer notifications, I get them on my phone, so and so saw my post, I'm like, you know, okay, I'd rather see what's happening in my actual yellowdig community. And you can see here notify me when someone posts in a community I follow when someone replies to a post, when someone reacts. So yes, you can get as much or as little and you can configure these, as well as your students can configure these.

Kailie Starr  30:54  
Yes. So you can see these were all you know, toggled on. If someone sends you a direct message if someone replies to you, so you can configure this as you see fit. And hop back into the community here.

Natalie Ramos  31:11  
We do have one minute. And I believe Sam answer Dolly's question about organizations and communities. So that is excellent. We will be sending you a recording of this demo webinar. And we'll also include some resources about some of the questions that you have, have asked and then wonder if you want to go to our contact page.

Kailie Starr  31:35  
Short the time, Yeah, I was gonna say I have a couple minutes to spare. So if we want to just share our contact information, and then or if you wanted to talk actually about the pilot, yeah, let's do that.

Natalie Ramos  31:48  
This is recorded if you have dropped, that's okay. But we'll talk about how to get started with Yellowdig. We have our winter 2022 free pilots to some of the requirements here, your institution doesn't have does not have an existing partnership with Yellowdig. So if you're completely new to Yellowdig, department wise, tuition wise University, please contact us on between multiple instructors, it can be one course, it can be across many courses, but it has to be over 100 students. And then we do have a completion, we have an instructor certification course that is required, because our platform is pedagogy and technology, we'd love for you to take that you will receive complete access to Yellowdig. That is all features all functionalities. For one academic term, we have community setup, ongoing support provided by Well, me and Sam and Kaylee various people on our team.

So you'll always have help there, you'll have access to pilot dashboards as well as LMS integrations if you would like so. So you can scan that. And we also have Yep, it's linked. in the chat, I believe Sam will put in that pilot form. There are other ways you can partner with Yellowdig. And you can not just do the pilot opportunity. But you can also have individual faculty, communities university or department communities we offer corporate or enterprise. And so not just through academia, we've seen communities there, as well as bookstore partnerships. calian. I just want to speak a little bit more to any of these partnerships.

Kailie Starr  33:41  
Yeah, I know we're out of time. So I'd be happy to do so on an individual basis and discuss your white we're interested in. But yeah, otherwise, I have a few minutes if anyone wants has any additional questions. Is there anything else in the chat or q&a?

Natalie Ramos  34:02  
I think can you import existing led questions to new classes?

Kailie Starr  34:09  
That's a good question.

Natalie Ramos  34:10  
You can copy a post as a permalink. And you can drop that link, but it'll link back to the community. tell you I think a one on one would be an excellent time to address kind of like more how you're seeing that play out for your community. That gets a good question.

Samuel Kampa  34:29  
Yeah, I'm sorry if I can share with you quickly. So you can copy template communities. So if you have a bunch of questions that you posed for students in an earlier community, you can copy that community as a template, and then all those questions are in your new classes. The only proviso there is that you can only copy posts that were created by an owner or facilitator in that community, and that's for student privacy reasons.

Natalie Ramos  34:54  
Okay, that's great. Thank you. Anything else?

Kailie Starr  35:10  
Cool, I was just looking at some of the, you know, questions from earlier and we didn't get a chance to talk about conversation themes. So for anyone who wants to stay on, I'm just going to hop into the platform again, really quick and kind of talk about how we kind of shift the mindset from prompts to conversation beams. And one of the ways we do that is with these topic tags here. And so this is something that the instructor or designer will create at the beginning of the course, these oftentimes relate to your overarching course themes, your modules, or maybe your learning objectives for the course. So if I go over here, if I want to filter by topic, you'll see some of the different topics in here. So again, kind of some of those general business topics, maybe you have one for questions or announcements, that sort of thing. But this helps really organize the community, as I just showed you, they're filterable. So maybe I'm really interested in a particular topic and want to just see the content that is being discussed around that topic.

Or, you know, maybe I want to use it as kind of a study tool as well, that's a great way, it also helps again, guide the conversation, since we're kind of straying away from that strict instructor prompt where everyone responds to the same prompt. Having these topics is a great way to remind students, you know, what's relevant to the course and what they should be talking about. So that's kind of a great way to utilize those. We've also seen some instructors post kind of like themes for the week, too. So maybe, you know, they want to repost their readings in Yellowdig and say, Hey, you know, these readings mean, think about this, you know, what are you guys thinking about this week, right? So maybe they're kind of again, gutting the conversation a little bit more. But again, the, the expectations of sort of shifted, whereas before, it was kind of expected that everyone responded to the instructor. And now in a Yellowdig community, you know, we expect instructors to be an active member of the community just like their students are. So again, engaging with content that they find relevant and interesting that they wanted to discuss. So hopefully, that was kind of a quick answer to the earlier question about that. Anything else that hasn't been addressed?

Natalie Ramos  37:34  
Let me just check real quickly. How many towels do we recommend?

Kailie Starr  37:43  
Oh, thank you, Sam. Cool, yeah, yeah, we.

Natalie Ramos  37:49  
Excellent. Well, if you're looking to get started, I have dropped that link in the chat for a winter 2022 pilot, one free academic term. And I will be that point of contact. So I will also just put my email in the chat as well. And you can feel free to reach out to me there's a free trial form.

Kailie Starr  38:14  
And I will drop my email as well. case you want to talk about any of the partnership opportunities. happy to chat through that with you. Cool, well, thank you everyone for joining us today and staying on longer than anticipated, appreciate the time.

Natalie Ramos  38:33  
Excellent. And then there's their Sam's I see in the chat as well for for more technical and support needs. Have a great rest of your Wednesday. Bye, everyone.

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