This guide is for exclusive use by Cleveland State Philosophy Department instructors
The Philosophy Department has purchased licenses for you to use PeerAssessment.Com in your Philosophy courses. This quick guide provides information for you to do so.
A. Create Your Personal Account:
- Go to PeerAssessment.Com
- Under Sign In, select Create Account
- Enter your name, email and a password you wish to use, and select Cleveland State University.
- Open your inbox for the email to Confirm your account, then log in.
B. Create A Class: Creating a class takes only a few quick steps.
- Log In at https://peerassessment.com
- Press the button Create New Class on the Dashboard.
- On the screen called Create New Class — Options, scroll down to the Program Plan section.
- If this is your first class, select Other Program: Enter Program Code and type in fe0f00
- Otherwise select Cleveland State Philosophy
- Press Create Class
C. Loading Students Into Your Class
We built a special Blackboard Quick-Load feature for you to efficiently load your students into a PeerAssessment.Com class. In Blackboard, you can either export a file of students from the Gradebook, or students and their team assignments from the Groups module. Please see these instructions.
The Help Center:
There are many useful instruction documents at INSTRUCTIONS LINK Here are some key ones:
- Getting Started Instructions walk you through creating your first class and assessment.
- Teaching With PeerAssessment.Com includes a number of articles about teaching with teams.
- Video Instruction Series Our new videos can help you get up to speed quickly.
- Look over the sample reports so you know what will be available.
- Review the Question Library will help you find question sets to best meet your needs. There are over 30 question sets available, and you may request news ones. Some default questions are preselected and easy to swap out or edit if you wish.
Finally, please feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] If you have questions about PA, or to discuss how to use it optimally in your class for your learning objectives, I will look forward to talking with you.