FLO Student Support
Self and Peer Assessment (Enhanced Workshop)
1. Start the activity by selecting the link in your FLO topic.
2. The Workshop (self and peer assessment) activity is divided into sequential phases. The first phase is Setup. At this phase, the activity description will be available, but you cannot yet make submissions. This tool does not always get set up for group peer assessment (but has been in this example).
3. The next phase of the activity is the Submission phase. Note the submission instructions before clicking Add submission.
4. If file upload has been enabled, the option to add an attachment will be available. Search for files via the folder icon or drag and drop files into the area indicated. Click Save changes.
5. Your submission will be displayed on the next page. If you wish to edit the submission (before the submission deadline), click Edit submission. Otherwise press Continue.
6. You will now see a green tick next to Submit your work. See Your submission to view your submission and modification history. Click Edit submission to make further changes (before the submission deadline).
7. The third phase is Assessment. During this phase you will be allocated with the work of your peers or group members, which you will be required to peer assess. To access the submissions allocated to you, click Assess.
8. Assessment instructions will be provided.
9. You will be provided with an assessment rubric or similar for each submission or group member you need to assess. Ensure you’ve made a selection for each of the criteria.
10. Provide overall feedback to the author/group member then click Save and show next.
Repeat these assessment steps for all submissions/group members assigned.
11. Prior to the Assessment deadline, you may click Re-assess to modify assessment.
12. The fourth phase is grading evaluation, where peer reviewed grades are automatically calculated before being evaluated by the topic coordinator . Please be aware, if the feedback you have provided on your peers is not deemed fair, the topic coordinator can make changes to grades during this phase if deemed appropriate.
13. The final stage is Closed, in which grades are made visible. To see detailed marks and comments, click on your submission. There are two grades, one grade for the submission and one grade for the assessment (how well you graded against the other graders).