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Christy Suciu

Lecturer in Management, Boise State University

PeerAssessment.Com has been immensely helpful for my students to give safe and constructive feedback to their team peers, and I appreciate the direct delivery of results to individual students.

Katherine Johnson

Professor of Mathematics, Boise State University

Use of PeerAssessment.Com can trigger needed discussions among team members, facilitating the development of shared expectations.

Chris Baughn

Professor of Management, Boise State University

PeerAssessment.Com can help discourage social loafing, and if it does occur, students have been empowered to influence the grade outcomes.

Janet Stephens

Lecturer in Managment, Boise State University

PeerAssessment.Com is an important instrument for getting quantitative and qualitative data about each student's performance in group work assignments and group discussion boards. I am very thankful that my program is really digging-in to get this kind of data so that students and teachers can reflect upon individuals' behaviors in group situations.

Betty Miller

Manager, Online Faculty/Technology, School of Nursing Boise State University

PeerAssessment.Com is an important instrument for getting quantitative and qualitative data about each student's performance in group work assignments and group discussion boards. I am very thankful that my program is really digging-in to get this kind of data so that students and teachers can reflect upon individuals' behaviors in group situations.

Betty Miller

School of Nursing, Boise State University

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Anthony Martinez

Lecturer in Managment, Boise State University