New Lake Superior College POET™ Online Peer Review*
IN 2013, a group of faculty began revising Lake Superior College’s peer review rubric and process to make it more comprehensive. The new peer review rubric includes not only best practices in course design but best practices in online teaching and learning.
Here are the most updated versions of the Lake Superior College POET™ Online Peer Review rubrics:
Newest Peer Review Rubric (Microsoft Word)
Newest Rubric with annotations (Microsoft Word)
*This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Here are links to all our previous Online Course Peer Review** documents:
Rubric (PDF version)
Rubric (Word version)
This is the rubric Lake Superior College faculty use to conduct all online class peer reviews. Note that we adapted our rubric with permission from the MarylandOnline Quality Matters program while they were working under a FIPSE grant.
Rubric Annotations (PDF version)
Rubric Annotations (Word version)
The annotated version of the rubric is handy when looking at the specific definitions of each standard and includes examples of ways to meet each standard. A copy of the annotated rubric can be given to an instructor before a review is conducted and during the follow-up meeting when going over the results of a review with an instructor. The annotated rubric also helps to ensure that all reviewers are correctly interpreting the meaning of each standard.
This document describes how to score a review using the rubric.
**The review rubric and annotations are adapted from the Quality Matters project that was awarded to MarylandOnline and sponsored in part by The Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education.