Why peer review
A vital way of improving as a writer is practicing understanding the mind of a reader. In this case, the reader is someone who will compare your work to the Answer Guide, asking themselves questions like "do I understand this?" and "Am I convinced?". Peer review provides the opportunity for your to ask these questions about work produced by other students on this course (it has the side benefit that you will also get some feedback on your work).
Remember, you are giving feedback to someone who is a student like you - try to be helpful (and not rude)
Only those who submit work can get feedback.
Details on how to take part in the peer review process
1. Write a review of the Week 8 paper: Tsay, C. J. (2013). Sight over sound in the judgment of music performance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(36), 14580-14585.. You will probably want your work to be anonymous, so don't add your name into the document you write.
2. Submit via MOLE, under PSY243 -> course contents -> Peer review (Deadline 11 Nov, midnight)
After this you will be able to
3. Click on "Week 7 review exercise - PeerMark Assignment 1" to get 3 other answers from your peers to review. Write notes on feedback
4. Submit feedback via MOLE, under PSY243 (Deadline 18 Nov, midnight)
finding assignment submission on MOLE
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Peer Review questions
- What grade would you give this analysis?
- What three things could improve this answer?
- What are the strengths of this answer that others could copy?