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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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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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App Updates: Helping Instructors Assess Time

Update 02/24/2016: We have reports that this update isn’t working as intended for some users. Because the problem is complex and our fix is not up to our own standards, we’ve decided to roll back that update for now. Our apologies for the frustration and inconvenience.   We’re excited to share our latest updates intended to […]

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Revision Plan Redux

We've been slowly releasing improvements to Eli Review's displays over the last several months and we're about to release an another of these updates on Wednesday, October 28!

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Release Notes, 5/19/2014 – Summer Kickoff

Why hello! We haven’t had a major release since last October, but while you’ve been busy teaching, we’ve been hard at work behind the scenes.  Eli’s stability has been much improved and we’ve been preparing new features that we think will make you flip. Now that most spring courses have wrapped up, we’re releasing the […]

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