Can a peer review be partially anonymous? Can the student doing the review see the name of the person whose work he/she is reviewing without the student being reviewed knowing who made those peer comments?
Hi Jan Renander Welcome (belatedly) to the Canvas Community. The quick answer is "no." It is a double-blind process. If you check How do I use peer review assignments in a course? you will see the following:
The reviewer cannot see the name of the assigned person whose work is to be reviewed, and the student who submitted the assignment cannot view names associated with any comments.
Offhand, I don't even see a Feature Idea for this, so it may be worth one if you feel strongly about it: How does the feature idea process work in the Canvas Community?
Hope this helps a bit, Jan!
Hi Jan Renander,
Also since they are reviewing assignments if the student who submitted the work put their name on their assignment paper, the student reviewing then knows whose work it is.
I know as a student, I never submit anything without my name on it. So unless your instructions specifically request not to put the name, the student doing the review does know whose work it is.
Cheers - Shar
The workaround I did for this, is I set the submission box of the peer review to text entry where they would enter their name, so the peer reviewers would know who they are grading. This is assuming the peer review is about something that they don't have to submit thru canvas, like an oral presentation in class.
This is disappointing.
Moodle has had anonymous peer review using the Workshop module since 2016 !!!
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