Calibrated Peer Review (CPR) is a web-based, instructional tool that enables frequent
writing assignments in any discipline, with any class size, even in large classes
with limited instructional resources. In fact, CPR can reduce the time an instructor
now spends reading and assessing student writing.
CPR offers instructors the choice of creating their own writing assignments or using
the existing assignments in the rapidly-expanding central assignment library. Although
CPR stems from a science-based model, it has the exciting feature that it is discipline
independent and level independent. CPR has been adopted in undergraduate and graduate
institutions, in professional medical and business schools, and even in secondary
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Calibrated Peer Review 5 is now available
We are very pleased to announce that Calibrated Peer Review 5 (CPR5) is now available!
CPR5 includes all of the new features made available in CPR4 as well as these new
user-requested additions and enhancements: an optional upload feature that allows
students to include a file with their text, a much more efficient scoring code that
instructors will love, a simpler interface for administrators, and a rapidly growing
central library of assignments.
These improvements to the software, which we describe briefly on the
What’s new page, make CPR faster and easier for administrators, instructors,
and authors to use. Even students will find the new version more enjoyable! For
a complete price list, licence details, and ordering instructions, see
This website is an information site only and is not connected to CPR course files.
Please ask your instructor for the URL address you need to access your institution's
The former CPR site
is still available. If you are using the old version of CPR for your class, please
have your students go directly to the
old login page.
To author assignments for the new distributed CPR system, please log in to the CPR Central Assignment