I've set up quite a few peer review activities recently (not Workshop activities but similar enough). While the "set and forget" approach proved quite effective in some courses, it totally failed in others where a considerable number of students did not bother to make a submission and we had to reallocate reviews. For example, 70 students with 2 reviews each is 140 "set and forget" reviews. If 20 students do not submit you need to look up the reviewees and reallocate those who submitted and keep the allocation balanced. This can get tricky and quite difficult to explain to your faculty if you expect them to do this adjustment.
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