PeerAssessment.Com simplifies peer assessments and individualized grading for your student teams.
Set up a peer assessment in under 5 minutes, then handles the rest– launching, reminding, distributing personalized feedback, and grading!  Advantages include:

  • Easy to run iterative peer assessments
  • The new Normalized Grading Report virtually automates individualized grading of students on team assignments & projects, while allowing easy customization for a variety of grading scenarios
  • Instructors can monitor evolving team dynamics before problems result
  • Students can automatically receive formative feedback to improve their teamwork skills
  • Various question sets to choose from (and customize)
  • Quick-Load student data from Aula
  • Importing individualized grades from PAcom back into Aula

How to Access PAcom

PAcom is available to instructors online through a web browser.  (Students can take their assessments via smart phone or web.) It is free to Coventry University faculty for their classes with student team assignments or projects; also faculty or staff may use it for administrative work teams.

To access

  1. Visit and SIGN IN
  2. Enter your faculty/staff email address
  3. Authenticate in the Coventry single sign on
  4. At the dashboard, press Create New Class

Getting Started with PAcom

Download the Getting Started Instructions to create your first class and Peer Assessment.

NEW  View our series of short set-up videos on YouTube:

How to Use PAcom — HELP Link  

Find HELP in the top right of the application.  Key documents include:

Teaching Tips for —

On our website, this includes nearly 40 articles or short tips related to student teams, assessment, and related topics.  Some examples include:

Need Assistance?

For login or authentication issues

Ω  Contact the Coventry University Help Desk

For help with the software or applying it to your instruction

π  Contact Dr. Rob Anson with Hot Rocks Consulting* at: 

Email:   [email protected]

* I am located in Boise, Idaho USA, 7 time zones behind the UK, so there may be a slight delay in response.