Only non-University of South Florida students need to create and manage their accounts using registration codes.
University of South Florida students do not need to create new accounts. Simply log in at myreviewers.usf.edu with your NetID and password.
Non-University of South Florida students create accounts at myreviewers.org.
Note: University of South Florida students are added to their courses automatically and can skip this process.
USF students use their NetID password to log in.
Note: USF students change their MyReviewers password by changing their NetID password.
Note: Dropping a class in MyReviewers does not remove you from the corresponding course in your institution. You will still be responsible for contacting your institution’s Office of Registrar to fully withdraw from the course.
MyReviewers’ goal is to help students improve their writing. To do so, it’s helpful to collect data on how students interact with their courses and instructors, their opinions on writing, their previous writing experience and so on.
To collect this data, we ask that students complete a few short surveys. If students do not want to participate in this research, they may opt-out via the Disclosure and Consent form.
Please note that all students are asked to complete the Pre- and Post-Surveys, regardless of opt-in status, as these are used to improve program curriculum rather than conduct research.
Students are able to upload the following document files: doc, docx, ppt, pptx. The file must be under 25 MB.
To upload a document for a Team Project follow the same instructions. Note that because any member in a team may upload a new version of the team project, it is incumbent on the team to agree on a document management strategy. For example, one student in the team can be the designated uploader.
For video assignments, students are able to embed the following video URL’s: Youtube, Vimeo.
After using each tool, click the Disable button at the top of the panel to stop using the tool.
In-Text Audio Comments
Why was a portfolio assigned?
In the professional world, it is commonplace for documents–particularly high-stakes documents–to be reviewed by multiple people.
Who reads my portfolio?
Your portfolio will be read by your classroom instructor and a second faculty member. If the two reviewers’ scores differ by more than one letter grade, a third faculty member will review your work.
Will I have access to multiple reviews?
You will receive access to the summary scores.
Viewing Instructor Feedback:
Tip: Choose Completed as the filter status to see all your graded assignments.
Viewing Peer Feedback:
Instructors have the ability to release all the feedback to students in a peer review group. This means that each student will see 1) the feedback that their peers left for them and 2) the feedback that their peer review team received. They will only see the feedback given to their teammates, not the entire course.