Yellowdig recently released their Student and Instructor User Satisfaction Report based on the results from their Fall 2021 Student and Instructor Surveys. Download the report here.
The e-book style report is based on over 170 total responses from users and includes both quantitative data as well as qualitative quotes from their users. Of those surveyed, the modality breakdown for the courses that used Yellowdig was 74.2% Remote, 8.8% Hybrid, and 17% In-Person.
The report found that overwhelmingly, learners who used Yellowdig felt more connected to their peers, instructors felt students were more engaged, and satisfaction rates and recommender rates were very high for the Yellowdig Engage platform.
Yellowdig is pleased to announce that 90.5% of surveyed students were satisfied with Yellowdig and 95% of surveyed instructors would rather use Yellowdig for online discussions than other discussion boards.
Please download the full satisfaction report to see more statistics on connectedness and user satisfaction. In addition to the overview of the statistical results collected from the survey, Yellowdig expands on 2 instructors’ responses in mini-case studies. The experiences of Dr. Leila Halawi of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Dr. Lisa Finkelstein of Northern Illinois University are highlighted.
Dr. Halawi and Dr. Finklestein share about using Yellowdig for their MOOC and Psychology courses, respectively. Read their stories in the full satisfaction report.
Overall, the newly released Student and Instructor User Satisfaction Report is a testament to the positive experiences most users experience on the platform. A connected learning experience starts with Yellowdig, and can ultimately lead to happier, more successful students and faculty members.
"I believe I learned more about my students through Yellowdig, which helped me build and strengthen those relationships. Yellowdig helped me connect on a deeper level with my students," shared Danette Grantz an Instructor at Bryan University.
Download Yellowdig’s Student and Instructor User Satisfaction Report here. If you’d like to learn more about the Yellowdig Engage platform discussed in the report simply request a demo, and someone from the Yellowdig team will be in touch with you shortly.
Yellowdig’s Engage digital platform is thoughtfully designed to build learning communities by combining the power of gameful learning principles with a social media interface. Engage supports active learning, student agency, and increases course participation, engagement, and retention. Founded in 2015, Yellowdig has worked with more than 100 of the largest and best learning institutions globally and has collected years of efficacy data on the platform's impact on learning outcomes. Engage is used by instructors across a diverse set of degree levels, study areas as well as in face-to-face, online and hybrid course modalities. Learn more about Yellowdig & the Engage platform by visiting https://yellowdig.co/.