To help you, we have created a visual tool, which gives you both the instructor and the student perspective along the various phases of the assignment.
|The full evaluation received|
by a student.
|All the reviews written by a student.|
|A student can compare her/his|
reviews with those by others.
|When the grades are computed,|
feedback on the reviews is
no longer accepted.
|The crowd-grades have been computed.|
|The instructor can decide when grades|
become visible by students.
|The instructor can assign some final|
grades by hand...
|...and the remaining ones|
are computed by interpolation.
|The instructor has a bird's eye view|
on the submissions,
the grades assigned, and any discussion.
|A discussion as seen by the teacher.|
|All the reviews.|
|All the reviews by a given student.|
|All the reviews|
for a given submission.
|The student has not done any|
|A student in the process of entering a review.|
|Reviews are checked for|
consistency with the grading rubric.
|The first two reviews are done.|
|The initial message from|
the submission author.
|The reviewer adds a message.|
|The message is added|
to the discussion.
|The submission list,|
before any review.
|A submission, as seen by the instructor|
|The discussion on the submission|
|An image has just been uploaded.|
|The text of a submission can be|
written using a powerful markup language.
|A completed submission.|