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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 Features: WYSIWYG, Word Count, ‘Preview Mode’

The start of fall terms is rapidly approaching, which means we finally get to start unveiling some of what we’ve been working on over the summer. We’ll have more to show in the coming weeks, but today we have three exciting improvements to share. Introducing a New WYSIWYG The what-you-see-is-what-you-get editor that lets instructors and […]

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Release Notes: completion report + revision plan update

We’re releasing a new feature today that lets instructors see all students’ participation across all tasks at a glance. Starting today, all courses (active and legacy courses) have a new class-level “Completion Report.” Instructors can find it in the course navigation menu, between Roster and Analytics. The report is a table that combines a roster […]

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Release Notes: Review Submissions and Upload Types

We’ve just released an update to Eli Review that we’re excited to get into the community’s hands. This update addresses a number of minor bugs and annoyances that you’ve brought to our attention (thank you) but also a couple of new features. New File Upload Types By popular demand, we’ve expanded the types of files that […]

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New Feature: 14-Day Free Trial for New Instructors

Have you considered using Eli Review but didn’t want to jump in feet first? Well, get ready: on October 7 we’re releasing a new feature that will allow new instructors to use Eli Review in their classrooms for free for two weeks. Once the new feature releases, new instructors can pick 14 days to try Eli and better […]

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