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Quickmarks and sets in Turnitin Feedback Studio

This video will show you how you can use QuickMarks in Turnitin Feedback Studio. QuickMarks are reusable comments that can be used across multiple assignments.

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Providing summary feedback in Turnitin Feedback Studio

This video will guide you through the process of adding summary feedback to students work submitted through Turnitin.

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Providing in line/in context feedback in Turnitin Feedback Studio

This video guides you through the process of adding in context feedback to students work submitted through Turnitin.

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Audio Feedback: Students’ and Tutors’ Perspectives

Giving effective feedback is a constant challenge for educators, and it is important to develop methods that students find useful and engaging. TurnItIn’s feedback studio allows markers to…

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Creating a Rubric in Turnitin

The video shows how staff can create a rubric or Grading Form in Turnitin for use with a Turnitin assignment. This can be done via the Turnitin assignment inbox or via feedback studio itself.

From  Thomas Jolley A year ago 0 likes 66 views

Sharing QuickMarks created in Turnitin

This videos shows you the process of how you can share QuickMarks made in Turnitin with your colleagues. This can be particularly useful if you perform team marking and want to ensure consistency…

From  Thomas Jolley 2 Years ago 0 likes 33 views 0  

Using the Audio Feedback tool in Turnitin

This video will guide you through the use of the Audio Feedback tool within Turnitin Feedback Studio. The tool allows you to give up to 3 minutes of audio alongside a students submission.

From  Thomas Jolley 2 Years ago 0 likes 39 views 0  

Using layers in Turnitin

This video shows how you can use layers in Turnitin. This enables you to see the originality report, the feedback added to the assignment or both.

From  Thomas Jolley 2 Years ago 0 likes 27 views 0