The situation is this, an instructor has created a “Peer Review” assignment in Turnitin and students are asked to provide peer feedback on 2 or more papers.
If the student is asked to provide peer feedback on one paper, the bug doesn’t happen. However, if the student is asked to provide peer feedback on 2 or more papers, the bug happens.
The student finds that all of the peer reviews are exactly the same. They can see the first peer review, but they cannot see the others.
According to Turnitin, there is a known issue with PeerMark assignments with more than one review per student. Regardless of which peer review the student or instructor has selected to view, the first peer review received will be displayed by default instead of the one selected.
As a workaround, the user may select any review to open it up in the PeerMark viewer and then click on the “< >” links at the top-right of the screen to cycle through the other peer reviews received.
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