There are a number of analytics available for instructors. These can be accessed through the Stats section on the left side navigation bar on the assignment dashboard.
After clicking on the Stats button, you’ll click on the specific assignment name and then choose View Detailed Stats or View Reliability Info.
The Summary provides an overview of the status of each phase of the assignment, displaying the Submission, Reviewing, and Feedback deadlines as well as the Completion Rates for these tasks.
Use the Missing Documents section during the reviewing phase to check for missing documents and remind students to submit late. Peerceptiv allows for late submissions up until 24 hours before the reviewing deadline.
You can waive late penalties in the Late Documents section.
View Documents with Few Reviews to enter teacher or TA reviews for those documents that have 2 reviews or less. All documents should have 3 or more reviews for the most valid and reliable grading. During the reviewing phase, you can also remind students to complete more reviews by using the Reviewers who have Much to Do section.
The Conflicting Rating Documents section will alert you when at least one of the rating prompts on a document has a standard deviation of greater than 2.5. This means that the student reviewers are disagreeing on how to rate a particular submission. Read more about how to use the Conflicting Rating Documents section.
View students who have submitted Late Reviews and waive late penalties if needed.
Use the Quantitative Data section to see the average rating score that each student received on each rating prompt in the rubric. You can see at a glance how each student performed on each of the rubric criteria. This chart is interactive and sortable by low and high scores.
Assignment Reliability Information allows instructors to track the overall consistency of student reviews by individual rating prompt.
In the example below the rating prompts titled Proposed Solution, Technical Support, and Use of Graphs are the most reliable. This is shown by the green color of the bars. The yellow bar indicates a rating prompt that is less reliable and red shows the least reliable.
Low reliability may mean that the students disagree with one another over how to rate that particular category. The rating prompt itself may be confusing, or the topic may be confusing or unfamiliar to the students. Use this information to consider revising your rating prompts or re-teaching that subject.