How do I know if I have a peer review discussion to complete?
Your instructor can assign you to review another student's discussion post. You can view peer review notifications in Canvas in the Recent Activity Stream, the To Do list, and from the individual discussion page. Once peer reviews are assigned, you can also be notified according to your Canvas notification settings.
Learn how to submit a peer review discussion or a peer review discussion in Discussions Redesign.
Once a peer review is assigned to you, a notification will appear in several dashboard areas.
View Recent Activity
On your Dashboard, you can view recent activity in your Global Activity Stream. Recent activity will display a peer review and the name of the course. Click the Show More link to access the assignment and view the name of the peer review student.
If a peer review is anonymous, the name will show as Anonymous User.
View To Do List
On both the Dashboard and the Course Home Page sidebar, the To Do list shows the peer review discussion. Peer reviews are identified with the Peer Review icon. To review the discussion, click the Peer Review for [Discussion Name] link.
Note: Currently the Due Date in the To Do List does not accurately display the due date for completing your peer review. If details about your peer review are not already included in the details of your graded discussion, please contact your instructor.
You can also view peer reviews when viewing discussions. In Course Navigation, click the Discussions link.
Note: You can also access your Assignments through your Dashboard, Course Activity Stream, Assignments, the Syllabus, Gradebook, Calendar, or Modules.
Peer review discussions display the peer review icon . Click the title of the discussion .
View Assigned Peer Review
The peer review assignment is highlighted at the top and includes a direct link to the peer review .
If a specific due date is assigned to the peer review, the date also appears as part of the message . Otherwise, it displays the due date for the graded discussion, if any.