Online Tools

Online Tools

There are a variety of online tools available in the market which allow diverse types of self/peer-review and self/peer-assessments.

Self and Peer assessment tools for students’ written work

peermarkAs part of Turnitin, the interface and functionalities are similar to GradeMark, but allows student to student feedback based on the assessment criteria created by academics.

Supported by Deakin University. Please refer to the guides here: http://teachassist.deakin.edu.au/resources/peermark/.
Please contact your faculty CloudDeakin support team if you wish to use this tool.

There is a compulsory calibration part that students need to do (with 3 given samples of written work – high/middle/low quality) before they get to do the real work as assignment to review their peers’ work.

http://cpr.molsci.ucla.edu/Home.aspx

Self and Peer assessment tools for group/team work/contribution

Created by University of Technology, Sydney and currently, it is being piloted/supported at Deakin University. Allows self/peer evaluation on group/team work. Please refer to the guides here: http://teachassist.deakin.edu.au/resources/sparkplus/. Please contact your faculty CloudDeakin support team if you wish to use this tool.

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Free open source application. Founded in North Carolina State University, USA. Allows self/peer evaluation on team/group work, but there is a set of ‘behavioural questions (assessment criteria)’ on teamwork which cannot be changed.

http://info.catme.org/

Free open source application. Created by Loughborough University, UK.

http://webpaproject.lboro.ac.uk/

Free open source application. Created by National University of Singapore.

https://teammatesv4.appspot.com/

Created by University of British Columbia.

http://ctl.ok.ubc.ca/elearning/toolkit/ipeer.html

Free open source tool. Jointly administrated by Universities of Auckland (NZ), Edinburgh (UK) and British Columbia (Canada). Allows students to create a repository of multiple questions for courses. Students can contribute to creating the repository and build the knowledge base with peers.

https://peerwise.cs.auckland.ac.nz/