GRASP​ for Students: Group Assessment of Peers and Self

What is GRASP?

GRASP is a web-based tool that supports peer review of performance in groups. Instructors may request that students use GRASP to provide formative and/or summative feedback to each other in group projects.  As a formative tool, it allows students to assess each other during the group project life-cycle, thereby allowing the student a chance to improve their performance before the final summative review.  There is also an additional option that allows the student to self-assess.

How do I access GRASP?

Your instructor will provide a link for you directly from within onQ.