PRAZE lets you create and manage peer review assignments.

PRAZE is an anonymous web-based peer review system that automates and manages the peer assessment process. It promotes effective learning by providing students with prompt and diverse feedback, engaging them in critical analysis and self-reflection. PRAZE can be used across a wide range of disciplines for the peer-review of almost any document type. An introduction to PRAZE is available in the animated guides below.

Request a PRAZE site

The PRAZE peer review system is freely available for use within the University of Melbourne. In order to use PRAZE, academics will need to request a PRAZE site each semester.

To request a PRAZE site, University of Melbourne staff may submit a support request, identifying both their subject name and ID (e.g. Biology, BIOL10001_2015_SM2).

Accessing PRAZE

Staff and students can access PRAZE via a link that staff must create in their LMS subject. Before setting up a link to PRAZE, please review the PRAZE guides below. If you have issues setting up a link to PRAZE, please review the guides below or submit a support request .


Step-by-step guides