Welcome to student peer review!
What is peer review?
Student peer review involves students giving and receiving feedback on each other’s work. Both writing and receiving reviews will help you to improve your assignment before final assessment. Peer review also helps you to develop generic skills and take a more active role in your learning. To learn more, click on the links in the sidebar.
How does it work?
Step 1: Every student prepares and submits a draft copy of their assignment, and these assignments are anonymously distributed to other students for review.
Step 2: You will be allocated 1-3 assignments to read and review. Peer review is a double-blind system, so you don’t know whose work you are reviewing, and they won’t know who you are.
Step 3: You will then receive reviews of your own work and you can use this feedback to reflect on and improve your assignment.