When you submit a peer-reviewed assignment, other learners in the course will review your work and submit feedback.
You'll also need to give feedback to other learners. Your grade might be affected if you don't give feedback.
If you're having trouble with a peer reviewed assignment, check our troubleshooting page.
Steps to submit
To submit a peer reviewed assignment:
- Open the course you want to submit an assignment for.
- Click the Grades tab.
- Choose the assignment you want to submit work for.
- Read the instructions, then click My submission to submit your assignment.
- To save a draft of your assignment, click Save draft.
- To see what your saved assignment will look like when you submit it, click Preview.
- Before you submit, ensure the assignment is above the minimum word count. The default minimum is five words, but a course may have a unique minimum set.
- To make changes to your saved assignment, click Edit.
- To submit your assignment for peer review, click Submit for review.
By submitting a peer reviewed assignment, you confirm that you understand and will follow our privacy policies about peer reviewed work. When you get feedback, you may see the name of the learner who gave it. If your instructor has anonymous feedback turned on, you’ll see a notice at the top of the feedback for the assignment.
If you submit a peer-reviewed assignment after the deadline, you may need to ask for peer reviews in the course forums. Note that some courses disable the ability to share assignment URLs and copy peer reviews to preserve academic integrity.
Save your work as a draft
If you want to start working on an assignment but you don't want to submit it yet, you can save it as a draft. When you save an assignment as a draft:
- You can work on your saved draft from any computer or device if you log in with your Coursera account.
- No one will be able to see or review your work until you submit it.
- You can save a draft as many times as you want before submitting it.
To save an assignment as a draft, click Save draft when you're working on it.