Student peer evaluations/feedback, shareable instructor comments, and more...

Overview of TEAMMATES - anonymous peer feedback and confidential peer evaluations

1,000,000+ feedback entries submitted so far ...


TEAMMATES - Praised by Users

Praised by Users:

Thank you for building such a wonderful tool.
-Faculty user, Canada

TEAMMATES - Award winning, mature, field-tested and improving all the time

Award Winning, Mature, Field-tested:

TEAMMATES has been in operation since 2010. It has benefited from the work of over 100 developers.
TEAMMATES won the Grand Prize at the OSS Awards World Challenge 2014 and was selected for the Google Summer of Code program in 2014.

TEAMMATES - Designed for simplicity, flexibility, power

Designed for Simplicity, Flexibility, and Power:

TEAMMATES was designed by a team of teachers and students, for teachers and students. It aims to provide all the benefits of peer feedback and peer evaluations, without having to configure too many options or having to learn too many unnecessary features. More about our features...

TEAMMATES - Powered by Google Infrastructure

Powered by Google Infrastructure:

TEAMMATES runs on the Google App Engine, using cutting edge cloud technologies and benefiting from the same systems and infrastructure that power Google's applications.

TEAMMATES - Growing global community

Growing Global Community:

TEAMMATES community is growing fast, spanning over 250 universities from many countries across the globe: Singapore, Canada, USA, UK, Turkey, Australia, Malaysia, Belgium, Taiwan, Macau, Sri Lanka, India, China, Vietnam, and more ...

TEAMMATES - Not for Profit

Not for Profit:

TEAMMATES does not have commercial ambitions. It is funded by a Teaching Enhancement Grant from the Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL) in the National University of Singapore. TEAMMATES also received funding support under the Google Summer of Code 2014 program.

TEAMMATES - Well received by Academic community

Well Received by the Academic Community:

TEAMMATES has been presented, and well-received, in education-related conferences such as the International Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEET), the International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (TLHE), the EDULEARN13 Conference (Spain), and the Tel2013 Symposium (Singapore).