What is Peach?
Peach is a web-based system for placing assignments, collecting, saving and automatically or manually evaluating submitted assignments and administering the results. This means that students can still access their work in a structured way even after a couple of years and that no versions are lost. Peach also offers the option of peer reviewing.
In Peach there is no interaction as in EVO where assignments can be submitted and on which students can work interactively within the system. Peach is, by contrast, more a 'batch' system where the processing and reporting on the work submitted is done retrospectively. This means:
How does it work?
Peach is a web-based system, developed by the department of Applied Computer Science and available as open-source software.
No systematic training has yet been planned, although individual explanations are possible by contacting Jolanda Vogelsangs. Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telefphone: 040 247 2795.
Online documentation is still available for the old interface on: peach3.nl/doc/index.html. (applicable only for the lecturer interface). We are currently working on a new interface for lecturers as well as related documentation to be ready in December 2013.
You can try Peach on our demo-server: http://ext.peach3.nl . You can also try out creating a "test subject" here. You can also be added as 'observer' to a colleague's subject.
More information you can find on peach.win.tue.nl
If you want to use Peach for a subject, contact Erik Scheffers (email@example.com ), mentioning the relevant subject code and the period in which the subject runs.