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Google Documents and Peer Review

Question asked by sficke@marymount.edu on Jul 3, 2015
Latest reply on Jul 3, 2015 by sficke@marymount.edu

I'm using Canvas for the first time and I have a question about peer review. I am having my students submit their papers by uploading a shared url for a Google Document. When I grade their papers, the Google Document opens within the Canvas SpeedGrader window, which is great. However, I'm not sure what it will look like for a student opening a document for peer review. All of the examples I've found show uploaded files that are opened in the Crocodoc viewer. When my students open a url-submitted paper for peer review, will it look the same as it does for me in SpeedGrader (will it open in Google Docs), or will it look different? I want to be able to tell them what to expect, since the class is online and I can't just show them.

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