CoStudy is the next generation of peer evaluations that provide customizable, research-based insights for professors in higher education.
Carnegie Mellon University
City College of San Francisco
New York University
University of San Francisco
Set up your course in 30 min. or less
Send a join link to your students
We handle the distribution of assessments and reports
Reduce need for conflict intervention
Ability to see group wide reports detailing professional skill development
Students get dynamic report cards, with the ability to see areas of improvement
More touchpoints across the semester
More representative and effective grading
Deeper insights, quicker feedback, modern interface
Easy to Understand
Edit the number of questions in each assessment, the start and end date, and if you want a hard deadline.
Our questions are designed by us and reviewed by team psychology and question design experts.
See Who Needs Your Help
See which groups/students need your help. Our assessments asks students if they need support from professors and what they need help with.
Adjustable formative assessments designed to learn about student and team behavior.
Mid-Point and Final Reviews
During the mid-point and final weeks we look for free response reflection from students in regards to their goals and how they view their peers’ contributions.
Protect Against Bias
Our questions are focused on reducing cultural bias and can be answerable by members of every community.
“Transitioning to an exclusively online format has been extremely challenging for our undergraduates. CoStudy has provided us a fantastic platform to think about how we guide our students through online learning as well as well as how we can use technology to mediate our teaching efforts. I look forward to watching CoStudy continue to grow and refine their product as much as I continue to use their information to be a better educator.”
Sara Thermer, Adjunct Faculty
New York University Tandon School of Engineering
“Group projects are an essential tool for teaching content and developing student skills today, but many things can derail their success such as student engagement, cooperation, and general collaboration skills. CoStudy solves all these problems by helping students learn how to become more valuable team members through personal growth, feedback, and reflection.”
Johnathan Cromwell, Assistant Professor
University of San Francisco School of Management