Your instructor may require you to submit a peer review of another student's discussion reply. To complete the peer review, you must review the student's discussion reply and add a comment in the comment sidebar.
If your instructor includes a rubric, which is a pre-determined outline of how an assignment is graded, you must assign a grade using the rubric. However, your instructor may also ask you to leave a comment in the comment sidebar.
Discussion peer reviews cannot be anonymous.
Learn how to see if have been assigned a peer review discussion.
In Course Navigation, click the Discussions link.
Note: You can also access your Discussions through your user or course dashboard, Assignments, the Syllabus, Gradebook, Calendar, or Modules.
If the assignment has a rubric attached, you are only required to complete the attached rubric for the peer review to be considered finished. To view the rubric, click the Show Rubric link  and enter a score for each criterion in the Points column . Each rubric score will create the total points for the assignment .
When you're finished, click the Save Comment button .
Add Discussion Comment
If your assignment does not include a rubric, you are required to add at least one comment. You cannot view any existing feedback submitted by another student or the instructor.
Type a comment in the comment field , leave a media comment , or attach a file . Click the Save button .
Confirm Completed Peer Review
A message will appear on your discussion to confirm you have completed the peer review.
Note: You may need to refresh your browser to see that you've completed the required steps for the peer review.