PeerEval is an app that allows students to evaluate their peers -- the other students in the class -- synchronously as they are listening to their presentations. Teachers can upload their list of students (just 'nicknames') and create their own rubrics for each distinct class session.

It relieves the instructor of the burden of having to aggregate the data manually from students' paper evaluation sheets, and provides a stimulus for students to listen more carefully to their peers' presentations.

Furthermore, it permits small groups of students in the class to present simultaneously, rather than the traditional frontal presentations to the entire class, which can reduce the student stress.

You are welcome to view this brief MP4 file that explains PeerEval in more detail.

PeerEval is both an iOS app, available from the AppStore, as well as a browser-based app available here for Android users.

Academic Articles Concerning PeerEval

Gobel, P. & Kano, M. (2018). The Introduction of a Peer-Evaluation App for In-Class Presentations, in Sánchez e Pedro Isaías (Ed.), 14th International Conference Mobile Learning, IADIS Press, ISBN: 978-989-8533-76-0,

Hamada, Mayu (2023). Examining activities and evaluation methods for developing sustained spoken language communication skills--Using a mobile peer-evaluation system. Journal of the School of Languages and Communication, Kobe University 19.

Wu, J. G. & Miller, L. (2020). Improving English Learners' Speaking through Mobile-assisted Peer Feedback, RELC Journal 51(1), 168-178.'_Speaking_through_Mobile-assisted_Peer_Feedback.