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Development Roundup, Spring-Summer 2018

If you’re returning to Eli Review this fall having been away for Spring or Summer 2018, you’ll find some additions exciting new additions to Eli’s functionality. This post recaps all of the major new features added to Eli in 2018 and, as always, they are available not just in new courses but in any previous […]

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Release Notes: Attack of the [Course] Clones

Eli has long had the ability to reuse individual tasks, both within and across courses, but instructors needing to reproduce the task structure of an entire course had to do so one task at a time. With the new Course Cloning feature, however, instructors can reproduce a course and its contents with a single click. […]

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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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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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Release Notes: Big Changes to Uploading, Viewing, and Downloading Files

We’re starting 2018 off with a bang – a complete overhaul to how Eli Review handles files. Our goal with all of these new developments is to improve the experience of working done outside of our app. Whether students are writing inside Word, creating image-heavy PDFs, or they’re spent a lot of time in Google […]

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