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The software industry and most multinational IT companies are starving for software engineers who can write high quality codes. Universities and colleges, being the most important educational institutions, should of course shoulder the burden to cultivate such qualified software engineers. Many methods have been explored to make this educational task more efficient. Peer code review (PCR) is such a teaching process that can be used to help instructors teach more efficiently. After three years' implementation, the advantage of PCR has been revealed while some major problems have been addressed, e.g. it is unacceptably troublesome to control the whole process manually, and its quality is hard to handle. So a web-based MIS with built-in PCR was developed. The detailed design and implementation of this system is presented. It is believed that the MIS will help teachers assure the quality of the PCR process.