I’ve had WebPA implemented and integrated into Moodle for a number of years now, but have just released a beta version of a plugin we call Team Evaluation that functions directly with team work activities within Moodle. We’ve basically built on
the great work of the WebPA community to fully integrate similar capabilities within Moodle, the main LMS here at UNSW.
You can see a talk we gave on this at MoodleMoot 2016 here:
The plugin can be found here:
As I mentioned this is still in beta, but we do plan to continue it’s development.
Hope this helps.
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Thanks for your comments.
Gerard, apologies for the rogue link to the UCL-only space – most of this work is happening a members-only wiki, so I copied the page over to my own space to show it (Confluence permissions are weird). I’ll be
aiming to keep the page up to date.
So far we have listed WebPA, CATME, TEAMMATES and a bespoke approach using Moodle Questionnaire. There used to be a platform called CASPAR (https://www.cemp.ac.uk/tools/caspar.php)
but it seems to be dormant. I’m very grateful for the leads to iPeer (thanks Kar-On) and to SparkPlus (thanks Claire).
this is very a useful resource. Have you also looked at SPARKPlus? The benefit this tool has over others is that students can write feedback to their peers which is anonymous. So students don't just receive a score but written feedback too which is very valuable
as part of their learning and development journey.
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A few of us have been comparing WebPA, CATME, and Teammates (CASPAR seems to be retired) as part of a wider project on peer assessment of individual contribution.
I’ve made a public copy of the comparison page at https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/aQEVB -
it’s not complete but is fairly well developed, especially with respect to WebPA.
I’d welcome comments (and any corrections) and hope this is helpful.