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Peer Reviews for Groups outside their Group (a)

Peer Reviews for Groups outside their Group (a)

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This is not really a new idea, but I don't think it made it in the migration from the old feature requests. The idea is to beef up Peer Evaluation to make it more useful in the context of a group assignment. There are several elements to this, and I have been asked to submit each one separately, so here goes. To see the other ideas, try searching on Peer Evaluation for Groups.

 

When assigning a Peer Evaluation of a product (that is, whatever the group submitted), students should only ever be assigned to products other than the one their own group submits.

 

NOTE: See related ideas Peer Reviews for Groups Within a Group - Evaluate Peer (b) and Peer Reviews for Groups - Option to Include Peer Evaluation into grade (c)

   

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Community Coach
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I've updated the title of this idea to reflect the words used within the Canvas interface --- from "peer evaluations" to "peer reviews". This will also make it easier for others to find ideas related to peer reviews, as well.

Community Member

I would like to allow one group to peer review the work of another group. Currently, I have to download the project of the first group, and then put it in the files of another group. If individuals provided reviews, the first group would get multiple reviews to incorporate into a final product. I would like a group to  provide their reviews using google docs or the review function in Word in a single document.

Is this a separate idea, or part of what you are talking about in this discussion?

Community Member

It's certainly related. I'd never thought about a group evaluation of

another group, just individuals. Facilitating a group eval of another group

would be cool, too.

Becky Kinney

Academic Technology Services

Project Blog <http://sites.udel.edu/bkinney/>

On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 6:23 PM, hoovenl@oregonstate.edu <

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  This idea has been developed and deployed to Canvas

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Thank you to BKINNEY@UDEL.EDU for submitting this idea, as well as, hoovenl@oregonstate.edu for your contributions. Your investment in this idea helped refine a feature which is now part of Canvas! Smiley Happy