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Updates to Our Privacy Policy

To the Eli Review community: We know you’re probably overwhelmed by companies updating their privacy policies as new European Union laws go into effect (here’s a good primer, if you’re unaware of what’s happening). We’ve also updated our privacy policy, but we wanted to take this opportunity to reinforce two of our core values as […]

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Help us Pick the Best Reciprocity Visualization

In peer learning, reciprocity matters. In Eli Review’s open-source student module on “Feedback and Improvement,” we encourage students to write comments according to a Golden Rule: “When you know what you want to get from feedback, you have a better idea of the kind of feedback you should give.” Giving the kind of feedback they’d […]

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Engagement Data: new data points + “data stories”

Today we’re announcing some significant changes to the Engagement Data report generated after each review activity. These changes include new data points as well as different ways to to help you spot who’s working hard and who isn’t. The previous version of the Engagement Data report included data about comment counts and helpfulness ratings for comments […]

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New Feature: Tallied Responses

Eli Review exists to help instructors see learning while students give each other feedback and use it to revise. The analytics point out who is on-track and who is struggling. Individual student reports already provide those details. Today, we’re releasing an update that helps instructors see how all writers are doing at a glance. We’re […]

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12 Reasons Eli Review Should Be On Your Next Booklist

You’re an instructor who wants better for your students – better feedback, better revision, better writing. Here are 12 reasons why Eli Review is the tool to help you make that happen and why it belongs on your next booklist. #12: Writers learn from other writers. #11: Writers learn by revising. #10: Learning is visible […]

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