Workshop Schedule

The workshop will be held in the Capital room
8:00Registration, light breakfast @ Hannover Ballroom
9:00Invited Keynote: Dr. Jennifer Kidd, Senior Lecturer @ Old Dominion University
Title: Peering Ahead: Imagining the Future of Online Peer Review.
Abstract: Peer review can be an effective means to summatively assess student learning, but it has more potential to impact student learning when it is used formatively, when students have time to benefit from the peer review process by revising their work. However, even the best peer review system will not yield better products unless students are motivated to improve. After ten years of online peer review experience, using at least seven different online tools, I’ve come to realize that undergraduate students don’t tend to change their work much as a result of peer review. Most make only minor adjustment or small additions. Is it possible to change this? What would a peer review system look like that elicits substantive student revisions? To start, it would help students identify areas for improvement, provide resources to enable effective changes, and foster motivation to take the necessary action. This is most likely to occur when students draw their own conclusions about their work. Drawing from motivational theory, I will present a vision for a system that help students use peer review as a means to assess themselves.
10:00Poster Introduction Session
  1. Assessing the Quality of Automatic Summarization for Peer Review in Education.
    Ferry Pramudianto (NC State University), Tarun Chhabra (NC State University), Edward F. Gehringer (NC State University) and Christopher Maynard (NC State University)
  2. Automated Metareviewing: A Classifier Approach to Assess the Quality of Reviews.
    Ravi Yadav (NC State University) and Edward Gehringer (NC State University).
  3. Toward Better Training in Peer Assessment: Does Calibration Help?
    Yang Song (NC State University), Zhewei Hu (NC State University), Ed Gehringer (NC State University), Julia Morris (Old Dominion University), Jennifer Kidd (Old Dominion University) and Stacie Ringleb (Old Dominion University). 
  4. Choosing a better moment to assign reviewers in peer assessment: the earlier the better? or the later the better? 
    Yanqing Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology) , Haoran Wang(Northeast Yucai Foreign Language School), Christian Schunn (UPitt) and Emily Baehr (UPitt).
10:30Coffee Break @ Hannover Ballroom
11:00Paper session 1 - four papers, 90 min.
  1. Peer Review Data Warehouse: Insights From Different Systems. 
    Ferry Pramudianto (NC State University), Maryam Aljeshi (NC State University), Yang Song (NC State University), Edward F. Gehringer (NC State University), Hisham Alhussein (UMass Amherst), Dmytro Babik (James Madison University) and David Tinnaple (Arizona State University)
  2. Probing the Landscape: Toward a Systematic Taxonomy of Online Peer Assessment Systems in Education. 
    Dmytro Babik (James Madison University), Edward Gehringer (NC State University), Jennifer Kidd (Old Dominion University), Ferry Pramudianto (NC State University) and David Tinapple.
  3. Teaching students to give and to receive: improving disciplinary writing through peer review.
    Julia Morris  (Old Dominion Universityand Jennifer Kidd  (Old Dominion University).
  4. Prediction of Grades for Reviewing with Automated Peer-review and Reputation Metrics. 
    Da Young Lee(NC State University), Ferry Pramudianto (NC State University) and Edward F. Gehringer (NC State University).
12:30Lunch @ Hannover Ballroom  
14:00Paper session 2 - four papers, 90 min.
  1. Impact of Revision Planning on Peer-Reviewed Writing. 
    Alok Baikadi (UPitt), Christian Schunn (UPitt) and Kevin Ashley (UPitt).
  2. Who Took Peer Review Seriously: Another Perspective on Student-Generated Quizzes.
    Yang Song (NC State University), Zhewei Hu (NC State University) and Ed Gehringer (NC State University).
  3. When Trying to Be Helpful, Peer Reviews Are Also More Accurate. 
    Melissa Patchan (UPitt), Christian Schunn (UPitt) and Russell Clark (UPitt).
  4. The role of initial input in reputation systems to generate accurate aggregated grades from peer assessment. 
    Zhewei Hu (NC State University), Yang Song (NC State University) and Edward Gehringer (NC State University).
15:30Break @ Hannover Ballroom
16:00  Panel Discussion : Privacy and peer assessment
Steve Ritter - Carnegie Learning
John Stamper - 
Carnegie Mellon University
Debra Paxton - Institutional Review Board, NC State University
Phil Emer - Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, NC State University
17:30Break (Main Conference Poster setup in Hannover 5-6 pm)
18:00Dinner, Dancing, & Poster Session @ Sheraton Hannover Ballroom
Posters 6:30 pm; Dance Lesson 8-9 pm (Require registration to the main conference)