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Sorting Your Comment Digests

“The only important thing about feedback is what students do with it.” –Dylan William, “The Secret of Effective Feedback,” ASCD 73.7, April 2016 Our new browsable comment digest feature lets instructors see all the feedback students are sharing in one, easy to scroll view. And best of all, you can sort the feedback to highlight […]

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New $12.50 Subscription for Shorter Courses

Just in time for summer courses, we are introducing a direct-to-student option of $12.50 for a 3-month subscription to Eli Review, a peer learning app for feedback and revision. Students may enroll and submit work to an unlimited number of courses. At a 50% savings from the regular subscription price, summer is the perfect time […]

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Join a Research Project: How do humans and machines collaborate on teaching labor?

Syracuse University graduate student Jordan Canzonetta (Twitter) wants to know: How do humans and machines collaborate on teaching labor? College instructors who use Turnitin, WriteLab, or EliReview, share your answers by completing a quick survey in the next two weeks. All the details are below, including a chance to participate in a paid interview. Thanks […]

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Release Notes: Browsable Comment Digest

Eli was designed as a platform to help instructors improve peer feedback; one of our co-founders has famously said “you can’t teach what you can’t see”. Today we’re releasing the browsable comment digest for review tasks, a feature meant to make it easier than ever to see the feedback exchanged by writers during feedback. We’ve […]

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4c18 Workshop Materials

On Wednesday, March 14, the Eli Review team presented a full-day workshop at the 2018 meeting of the College Conference on Composition and Communication (CCCC, or #4c18). That workshop – Focusing on Students’ Labor: Becoming an Evidence-Based Coach of Effective Peer Learning in Writing (First-Year and Beyond) – emphasized these core pedagogical principles and strategies that […]

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Free Upcoming Workshop, July 23: improve your peer learning pitch to students. Reserve your spot!