I'm playing with anonymous peer review today, and found that in the student's view, even the teacher is listed as "anonymous user." Is this as intended or a bug?
No idea if this intended or not, but I was able to replicate that the rubric results show up as "Anonymous User" for both the student providing the peer review and the instructor. The only way around this that I see is to add comments to the rubric itself letting the student know that you (the instructor) provided the feedback.
Strangely enough, the comments (for the assignment, not on the rubric) do show up with the instructors name and then "Anonymous User" for the student providing the peer review - which is also how you'd want the rubric to work. I'd submit this as a help ticket and if it's intended behavior than I'd put in a feature request.
More... This was bugging me so after I posted my initial response above I went searching through the guides (student and teacher) and this one was the only one that mentioned anything relevant to this question - How do I create a peer review assignment? - "The Anonymity option allows instructors to hide the name of the student reviewer from the student with the submission." It only says that it hides the names of the student review, not that it also hides the name of the instructor. So, I'm calling this a bug. Whether or not Canvas thinks it's a bug is a different story! I've submitted to Canvas support - Ticket #1545985 - so I guess we'll see!
Thanks! Keep me updated on your ticket
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