WriterKey > How do I submit my paper to my peers?

Document created by Digital Support on Jan 25, 2017Last modified by Digital Support on Nov 21, 2017
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This article will show you how to submit your writing to your peers. To learn how to see your peers' comments on your work, please read the help article How do I see my peers' comments on my work?.


Select the peer review assignment

Click on the assignment title to open it.


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Click "Start"



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Click "Text" to upload your writing



 

Select your method of sharing the paper and then click "Add Text"



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Click "Assignment Options" to choose with whom you'll share your writing



 

Select the students with whom you want to share your writing and then click "Save Assignment Options"



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Click "Response Topics" to select topics for the reader to respond to

Response Topics are optional and in some cases your instructor may lock this tab.


Select/create response topics

If the response topics are "unlocked," you can select topics or create new topics using the Add Custom Topic button at the bottom of the topics list. Once Custom Topics are created, they will be available for this assignment and all future assignments. Check the box next to each topic you want readers to respond to. You can choose up to six response topics for feedback.

Selected topics will be the featured response areas that readers will be highlighting and commenting on as they read. To assist them as they respond to your writing, sentence starters appear in the comment box for the reader to explain their response. 

Click Save Topics when you're done choosing.


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Click "Summary Questions"

Summary Questions are optional and in some cases your instructor may lock this tab.


Select Summary Questions

If the summary questions are "unlocked," you can select questions using the checkboxes at the left.

Summary questions are for the writer to solicit specific areas of general feedback about their writing. These questions should focus the reader feedback on areas they would notice after finishing the reading. Students are able to modify the content of any unlocked question.

Click Save Questions when you're done.


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Click "Done, return to Dashboard"



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