Peer-Based Assessments

Tools for peer-based assessments ask students to review and comment on their peers’ academic work or evaluate one another’s participation. The tools below offer varying ways to incorporate peer review and feedback into your courses.

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Assessments — Review Peer Work

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The Canvas platform is good for:

  • Self- and peer assessments with randomly and manually assigned evaluators
  • Peer reviews can be used with group assignments
  • Integration with other tools coming soon

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The Connect platform is good for:

  • Self- and peer assessments with randomly-assigned evaluators
  • Integration with iPeer

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The edX platform is good for:

  • Self- and peer assessments with randomly-assigned evaluators
  • Advanced peer assessment features (e.g., Peer Instruction)

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The ComPAIR application is good for:

  • Peer feedback on any type of assignment
  • Learning through comparison

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The PeerWise application is good for:

  • Peer reviews of study questions
  • Student-generated quizzes

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The Turnitin application is good for:

  • Plagiarism checks for written work
  • Peer feedback on assignments

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Assessments — Review Peers

The iPeer application is good for:

  • Peer reviews of group participation
  • Immediate peer feedback on performance
  • Rubric-based peer evaluations

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