Turnitin Feedback Studio
Turnitin Feedback Studio is a tool that helps instructors evaluate student assignments, through tools like quick essay corrections and originality checking. Instructors can require their students to upload essays to Turnitin, and Turnitin will check the student’s work for originality, comparing it to a large database of written resources. Turnitin Feedback Studio also recently introduced a set of helpful grading tools that expedites the assessment of essays.
Drag and Drop Feedback
Instructors can drag and drop QuickMarks such as “run on,” “citation needed,” or “weak transition” onto their students’ essays. When students review the graded essay they can click on these corrections and are directed to an explanation of the correction. Save time by creating your own QuickMarks for feedback you give frequently.
Leave a Voice Comment
Instructors can leave audio notes on their students’ essays, which can save the time of writing out corrections.
Rubrics and Grading Forms
Build or import a rubric to quickly input scores for your evaluation criteria.
The Originality Report
The originality report lists which sources a submission relied most heavily upon.
See how faculty outside of BU are using Turnitin Feedback Studio in this webcast.
Support for Turnitin Feedback Studio
BU members interested in adopting Turnitin Feedback Studio can contact EdTech for a one-on-one consultation through the firstname.lastname@example.org email.
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