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- Tracie Addy, Ph.D., Associate Director of Faculty Teaching Initiatives*

Tracie Addy, Ph.D., Associate Director of Faculty Teaching Initiatives, discusses how she’s used the online peer review tool to facilitate critical peer-to-peer evaluation in a course designed for graduate students and... read more