Tasks are the units of work that drive the rapid feedback cycles behind Eli Review’s pedagogy. Instructors design tasks based on learning goals, writers respond to those tasks, and instructors monitor progress and coach as necessary.
There are three types of tasks in Eli Review:
Writing Tasks are the most straightforward: instructors design a prompt and writers respond.
Review Tasks are survey-like mechanisms designed by instructors that provide reviewers with criteria for how to give feedback to writers.
Revision Tasks, in these tasks, writers pick and choose from the feedback they received from their reviewers to develop an itemized plan for revision, and instructors can give feedback on those plans before writers start work revising.
The links above contain resources for each type of task that will help instructors and students have the best learning experience possible in Eli Review.