[teknoids] Thoughts on Peerceptiv or other similar products?

Rich McCue rmccue at uvic.ca
Thu Apr 30 15:08:29 EDT 2020

I have some colleagues who swear by PeerScholar: https://vision.peerscholar.com/

Pedagogically speaking peer assessment is a great tool to help students benchmark themselves against their peers, as well as incentivize students to put their best effort in knowing that their paper will be read and graded by some of their peers. While peer assessment might result in profs spending somewhat less time grading, they should be putting in more work up front to ensure that the students have good grading rubrics to use, as well as training students on how to be collegial in the tone of their feedback.

Cheers, Rich

Rich McCue, MA, BComm
Manager, Digital Scholarship Commons
University of Victoria Libraries

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On Apr 30, 2020, at 11:14 AM, Phillip C. Bohl <phillip.bohl at pepperdine.edu<mailto:phillip.bohl at pepperdine.edu>> wrote:

So one of our LRW profs has asked if we have a recommendation for an anonymous peer document editing platform where students can edit/critique the work of their peers.

I have never looked at Peerceptiv<https://www.peerceptiv.com/> and am curious if others have found it to be a good tool or if there is some other product that may be a candidate for this kind of work.

Many thanks and stay safe.


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