Feedback Research
October 30, 2012, Vanessa Gennarelli
Research is up on Dropbox:

Findings and suggestions:



Tseng & Tsai:






In this study, the web-based peer assessment was a two-stage compulsory evaluation that partially substituted for teacher assessment. During the process, a student submitted assignments in HTML format which were then anonymously uploaded through a web-based peer assessment system, named Networked Peer 



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Lampe, C., & Johnston, E. (2005, November). Follow the (slash) dot: effects of feedback on new members in an online community. In Proceedings of the 2005 international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work (pp. 11-20). ACM.

Ming Fan, Yong Tan, and Andrew B. Whinston (2005). "Evaluation and Design of Online Cooperative Feedback Mechanisms for Reputation Management." IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering. 17.3.

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Sheng-Chau Tseng, Chin-Chung Tsai (2007). "On-line peer assessment and the role of the peer feedback: A study of high school computer course." Computers & Education. 49: 1161–1174.