By cultivating students' pedagogical development through the review process
By perpetuating a cycle of timely, actionable, and accountable anonymous feedback in which students share recommendations with one another while evaluating the quality of the recommendations they receive
By displaying analytics that help faculty analyze the effectiveness of their rubrics and identify students in need of additional assistance
History professor Jennifer Sessions shares how she uses Peerceptiv and its "magical" powers to help her students become better readers and editors.
A recent feature in UVA Today profiles the efforts of four faculty members to enhance their courses with new learning technologies.