In Research on December 2, 2008 at 3:35 pm

Undertaking some research on peer review in Blackboard I came across Keith Russells’ blog. I read his thoughts on Bb peer review: “It really does seem well thought out and connects well with the practice of Peer reviewing that a number of our teaching staff have adopted. I see a great advantage in the way it can save teachers time in organising the whole process: it enforces deadlines and distributes essays anonymously.”

On top of that I found a dutch teachers- and student manual on the same. Thanks!

Because Keith Russell labelled his posts I found a lot more Blackboard information. Check out the Ultimate Guide to Blackboard: 100 tips and tutorials. Apparently Keith is also looking forward to start working with the Blackboard Next Gen- you can read an article from him about it here.

All this to say, that knowledge really is in the connections. This is a quote from David Rumelhart.


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