Reviewers, instructors, and account admins can request a new exercise response from a learner. When a new response is requested, the learner will receive an email notification as well as notification messages in the Practice interface that prompt them to resubmit their response. When a learner submits a new response, their original response will be replaced in the peer review pool by their new response.
Note: Users that access Practice through an LTI such as Bridge or Canvas will not receive email notifications for resubmission requests or confirmations.
Open a group that contains an exercise that requires a new response by clicking the group name.
Open Response Player
To open the Response player, click the thumbnail associated with the response that requires a new submission . You can also open the response player by clicking the More Actions icon  and selecting the Request New Response option .
Request New Response
In the text field, enter a message to the learner explaining why you are requesting a new response from them . When you are finished, click the Request New Response button . The learner will be notified by email that they need to submit a new response. There will also be reminder notifications in the learner's Practice interface about your request for a new response.
Note: If the learner is accessing Practice from an LTI integration, they will not receive an email notification. You will need to manually notify LTI learners about the request.
View Resubmission Status
In the Exercise Dashboard, the data in the Name  and Stage Progress  columns of the Learner Submissions table will indicate the status of the learner's resubmission process.
When the learner submits their new response, their response thumbnail will display a badge indicating that the learner has submitted a total of two responses. To view and assess the learner's new submission, click the response thumbnail.
Note: Once a learner submits a new response, their original response will be removed from the peer review pool. The original response will be replaced with their new response.