What is the workshop about?
Eli Review is a peer learning app for feedback and revision. Each month, a free online professional development workshop encourages faculty to reframe peer review in their classes.
What do participants do?
Participants get to be students Monday-Thursday, July 8-11 and then get instructor access on Friday, July 12.
They share a syllabus blurb or talking points for explaining the value of feedback to students. They will give feedback to colleagues from around the country, get feedback, and use feedback to plan a revision. Director of Professional Development Melissa Graham Meeks, PhD, also provides feedback on revision plans.
Participants spend about 20 minutes per day, and the deadlines are 11:45 PM Eastern. There are no synchronous meetings.
About 10-20 instructors participate each month. Although most participants teach college-level writing courses, usually 30% of the participants teach in the disciplines or in professional schools.
Most instructors attend the workshop to see if Eli Review is a good fit for their courses. Participants also experience a helpful set of peer learning practices, including how to effectively debrief a peer review session to drive revision, that can be used with or without the app.
How do instructors enroll?
Register today so that you are sure to get the reminders:
- Go to app.elireview.com
- Login or create an account.
- Choose “Student Dashboard.”
- In the box, type course code fetch193fluke and click Join Course.