Rich-media annotation and anonymous grading for assignments. Instructors and peers can add inline comments and markup to documents, presentations, and more. Anonymous grading helps ensure learners are marked fairly.

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Rich feedback on assignments

Instructors can leave detailed feedback on various types of assignments through text, audio, video, and drawings.

  • Integrations with popular services like Dropbox and Google Drive make it easy to submit documents, presentations, videos, and more.
  • Annotate assignments with WYSIWYG text annotation or freehand markup, and record audio or video feedback right from the system.
  • Search and filter tools make it easy for learners to find specific, meaningful feedback.

Real-time peer review

Learners can review and leave feedback on each other’s work to learn from one another and improve together.

  • Real-time, on-document conversations or asynchronous feedback encourage sharing of ideas and critical thinking.
  • Instructors can anonymize names so all reviewers feel comfortable sharing honest feedback.
  • Peer annotations can be made visible to all reviewers on an assignment, or private between the instructor and learner.

Anonymous grading

Instructors can use anonymous grading to ensure fairness and impartiality when marking learners’ submissions. Grades are sent directly to the gradebook without exposing a learner’s identity to the instructor until afterwards.