Basic Set Up of PeerAssessment.Com  (Video 12:30 min)  This will walk you through the basic set up for a Class and an Assessment in PeerAssessment.Com. It is a four step process: Create Class, Set Up Assessment, Take Assessment, View Reports.

Getting Started Instructions  (PDF 2/6/2019) These instructions are intended to walk you through the main steps of the application.  After you get a feel for the main steps, you can start to explore the numerous ways you can customize it to meet your specific needs.

Sample Reports  (PDF 11/6/2018) This illustrates sample pages from the three main reports: Student, Instructor, Grade Report.

Instructor and Student Views of the Questionnaire  (PDF 9/22/2018) The purpose of this document is to help you, the instructor, map what you see during set-up to what your student’s will see filling out the assessment. 

Available Question Library–2019-02-1 (PDF 2/1/2019)  This document lists all the question sets created as of this date.  This list is intended to assist you in finding question sets appropriate for your class.

Loading Student Information from a Standard CSV File (PDF 2/6/2019)  This presentation will walk you through building a spreadsheet containing your student information.  Use Excel to build the file, and save it as a CSV.  Then it can be imported into PeerAssessment.Com.  The presentation also also demonstrates how to manage teams and students after the initial load, with the Manage Teams feature.  Also Loading and Managing Student Information (Video 11:09 min)

Quick-Load Student Information using Canvas Gradebook Export Method (PDF 1/13/2019)  This presentation will walk you through exporting your Canvas Gradebook file, then importing that directly into PeerAssessment.Com with no editing.  The presentation also also demonstrates how to manage teams and students after the initial load, with the Manage Teams feature.

Quick-Load Student Information using Blackboard Groups Export Method (PDF 1/13/2019)  This presentation will walk you through exporting your students from the Blackboard Groups function, then importing that file directly into PeerAssessment.Com with no editing.  The presentation also also demonstrates how to manage teams and students after the initial load, with the Manage Teams feature.