Administrators create instructor accounts. If you require an account, contact your administrator.
Instructors have the ability to view and act as any of their students. To do so:
To create another draft for an existing project, follow these steps:
After using each tool, click the Disable button at the top of the panel to stop using the tool.
You may assign students to group projects. After placing students in groups, one member will upload a document for the entire team.
You may assign certain comments to appear when grading certain assignments. To do so, you’ll place comments in a catalog. The catalog can then be broken into Categories:
Note: Students that are placed in a peer review group will review every student in his or her group. For example, if you have four students in a group, that means each student will complete three peer reviews.
Before reading the following instructions, learn more about how rubrics work in MyReviewers.
The Full Mark is the highest number on the grading scale for each criteria
Once you have finished editing, select Save. Note that this will only save the Criteria Name, Description, and types of grading. It will not save anything on the lower part of the page.
Note: Each milestone must be saved individually.
To add the book’s chapters:
To share E-texts with all users in your organization:
The portfolio assessment feature in MyReviewers enables students to receive feedback from multiple graders, including their course instructor and one or more other readers. Portfolio grading is broken into several rounds. In Round 1, the course instructor and other assigned Reader(s) will grade students’ assignments separately. If the Instructor’s and Reader’s grades differ by a large margin, Round 2 will be assigned, where an additional Reader (called an Arbitrator) helps norm the grading.
Once both the Reader and Instructor have graded the Portfolios, the Administrator will release the grades. Then, the graders may meet to discuss.
To review the grades: