Peerceptiv is an objective, research-validated platform for sharing work products with your classmates and benefiting from the feedback you generate on the work of your peers.
A Peerceptiv assignment involves three steps: uploading a document or project, reviewing your peers' documents, and back-evaluating the reviews you received.
Commenting on your classmate’s work, both good and bad, is a valuable learning opportunity. You’ve heard the adage, “You don’t know a subject until you try to teach it.” The more effort put forth in the review phase, the more effective the learning experience will be.
Peerceptiv is double-blind; you won’t know whose work product you are reviewing, nor will you know who is commenting on your work. More than a decade of research has validated that feedback provided by multiple peers is as valid and is more reliable than even a single, expert instructor. The unique accountability algorithms included in Peerceptiv make this a more effective platform for sharing and commenting on the work of your peers than other online peer review solutions or any type of in-class peer review.
If you’ve used Peerceptiv before in other classes, welcome back. Peerceptiv may be used in a number of different configurations – listen carefully to your instructor, and don’t assume Peerceptiv will be used the same way in this course as it was in past courses.