In-Flow Peer Review

Conference Paper: ITiCSE-WGR '14, June, 2014

Peer-review is a valuable tool that helps both the reviewee, who receives feedback about his work, and the reviewer, who sees different potential solutions and improves her ability to critique work. In-flow peer-review (IFPR) is peer-review done while an assignment is in progress. Peer-review done during this time is likely to result in greater motivation for both reviewer and reviewee. This workinggroup report summarizes IFPR and discusses numerous dimensions of the process, each of which alleviates some problems while raising associated concerns.

@inproceedings{Clarke:2014:IPR:2713609.2713612, author = {Clarke, Dave and Clear, Tony and Fisler, Kathi and Hauswirth, Matthias and Krishnamurthi, Shriram and Politz, Joe Gibbs and Tirronen, Ville and Wrigstad, Tobias}, title = {In-Flow Peer Review}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the Working Group Reports of the 2014 on Innovation \&\#38; Technology in Computer Science Education Conference}, series = {ITiCSE-WGR '14}, year = {2014}, isbn = {978-1-4503-3406-8}, location = {Uppsala, Sweden}, pages = {59--79}, numpages = {21}, url = {}, doi = {10.1145/2713609.2713612}, acmid = {2713612}, publisher = {ACM}, address = {New York, NY, USA}, }