CSPRED 2016: Workshop on Computer-Supported Peer Review in Education
9th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Raleigh, NC
We present the research framework for a taxonomy of online educational peer-assessment systems. This framework enables researchers in technology-supported peer assessment to understand the current landscape of technologies supporting student peer review and assessment, specifically, its affordances and constraints. The framework helps identify the major themes in existing and potential research and formulate an agenda for future studies. It also informs educators and system design practitioners about use cases and design options.
Original Publication Citation
Babik, D., Gehringer, E. F., Kidd, J., Pramudianto, F., & Tinapple, D. (2016). Probing the Landscape: Toward a Systematic Taxonomy of Online Peer Assessment Systems in Education. Paper presented at the CSPRED 2016: Workshop on Computer-Supported Peer Review in Education, Raleigh, NC
Babik, Dymytro; Gehringer, Edward F.; Kidd, Jennifer; Pramudianto, Ferry; and Tinapple, David, "Probing the Landscape: Toward a Systematic Taxonomy of Online Peer Assessment Systems in Education" (2016). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 22.