Aropä is a web-based system that supports peer review activities in large classes. It was designed by John Hamer and Helen Purchase.
Blackboard Self and Peer Assessment building black is a tool designed to facilitate the objective,
analytical, and learning comprehension skills of students.
CASPAR was funded and developed by Bournemouth University as an online solution for self and peer assessment with a particular emphasis on the media practice discipline.
iPeer is an open resource application for rubric-based peer evaluations. It is actively developed at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) at the University of British Columbia.
Online Peer Assessment Software designed and developed by Dr Nathan Clarke & Dr Paul Dowland
PeerWise is an online learning tool that supports students in the creation, sharing, evaluation and discussion of assessment questions.
SPARKplus is a web-based self and peer assessment kit. It enables students to confidentially rate their own and their peers’ contributions to a team task or individual submissions.
STEAM is an open source web-based peer evaluation tool.
Turnitin PeerMark is a tool for staff to conduct electronic peer review assessments.
WebPA is an open source online peer assessment tool that enables every team member to recognise individual contributions to group work.
Workshop is an interactive activity in Moodle where students can view, grade and assess their own and peers’ work.
- Aropä and PeerWise: Supporting Student Contributed Pedagogy in Large Classes
- Peer Assessment Assisted by Technology
- Peer Assessment Using Aropä
- PeerWise collaborative student learning
- Using the ‘Workshop’ module for self and peer assessment in Moodle