What Is Eli Review?

Eli Review is an online course tool created by instructors for instructors to promote effective peer feedback and critical thinking.

How Eli Review Works

Step 1 : Assign your learners a task

Create tasks in Eli Review to help guide learners through projects and focus their attention on specific learning goals.
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Step 2 : Guide and give feedback

Eli allows you to create reviews, checklists, and prompts in any combination to match learning goals. You can even coordinate write-review-revise cycles to encourage more timely feedback and revision.
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Step 3 : Debrief and process feedback

You can see peer feedback in real-time, helping learners make good decisions on how to revise.
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Step 4 : Plan revision

Revision plans prompt students to reflect on feedback, making their thoughts visible for themselves and for you.
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Step 5 : Analyze and iterate

See improvement in students’ drafts, in the feedback they give and receive, and in revision plans.
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Success Stories

Real comments from inspiring instructors and learners.

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In learning how to give effective, useful feedback, students do substantive, fundamental learning about writing that will make them better writers.

Jessie L. Moore (@@jessielmoore), Elon University

Eli provides analytic data that I can use to track progress with writing for each student. I can follow and track students as a reviewer and writer, and it’s all in the same place.

Dawn Reed (@dawnreed), Okemos High School

I build Eli Review into the logic of the assignment sequences so that giving feedback and using it to revise becomes second nature.

Scott Rogers (@scottlorgers), Pacific Lutheran University

Two weeks into my course I had to completely revamp my weekly plan once I realized what Eli Review was capable of. Be willing to let go and dive in.

John Holland (@hollandsf), San Francisco State University

We used peer review as a way to facilitate class discussion. We got to see where everyone else was, those who were doing better and worse.

Rebecca Zantjer (@rebeccazantjer), Michigan State University

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