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titleGrading Peer Reviews
  1. Navigate to the PeerMark Assignment. The assignment is accessed the same way students access it
  2. Open a new Tab and navigate to the onQ assignment where grades will be entered
  3. On the PeerMark Tab, select the PeerMark Reviews tab
  4. To the right of the student's name, select associated number of reviews under the Submitted column

    Tip

    If you are grading specific students, the search box under Reviews can be used to find students more quickly

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  5. On the Submitted Reviews page, select the associated blue check mark under the Reviews column

Review that feedback the student entered on the right. Close the window and repeat step 5 for any remaining reviews. When finished, select the Reviews tab to return to the main page.

Info

If time permits, check the Comments tab in the review as feedback might have been entered as a comment.

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Warning

Please note that an area to enter grades will be available above the Questions and Comments tab. A grade should not be entered here as it will not be transferred to onQ.


  1. On the Assignment tab, search your student and select Evaluate.
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  2. Enter the review score, any associated feedback and choose Publish

    Tip

    If a rubric is being used for grading, choose the appropriate rubric under Evaluation and Feedback. The grade can still be manually overridden if needed.


  3. Repeat steps 3-8 for the remaining students.


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titleGrading Submissions
The steps below cover grading the work that was uploaded to PeerMark. Please check with your teaching team to ensure this work should be graded as well.
  1. On the Assignment Inbox page, select the submission you wish to view. This will open in a new window. View the submission and close the window

    Info

    It is possible to input grades into PeerMark in the upper-right when viewing the submission, however, if grading should be done from an onQ Assignment, this will likely not be tied to a grade item and will thus not be transferred to onQ. For this reason it is recommended that the grades be left empty in PeerMark.


    Tip

    In some cases you may need to view the links embedded in a student's submission. If this is the case you can expand the 3 dots to the right of the student's submission and choose Download.


  2. Open up the associated assignment in onQ and search the name of the student you wish to grade and choose Evaluate.
  3. Enter the review score, any associated feedback and choose Publish