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#46 Importing a QuickMark set in Turnitin

 

Once you’ve exported a QuickMark set and emailed it to your team, they simply import the QuickMark set into their Turnitin assignment.

Watch this video to show you how…

Featured Image: “Writing” by Jonathan Reyes licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0

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2 thoughts on “#46 Importing a QuickMark set in Turnitin

    1. Hi Matthew,

      Good question.

      It’s something we get asked quite a bit here at MMU so this video is to show how easy it is to share QuickMark (QM) sets.

      If you don’t yet use QM in Turnitin, it is useful if you want your team to use the same bank of comments when marking assessed work. For example, a unit leader can prepare a bank of QM comments then share them in this way with the rest of the marking team.

      Using QM means that:

      * You have a standardised bank of comments for marking for the team
      * Although you have a standardised bank of comments you can also edit a QM comment to provide additional feedback to students thus personalising a standard comment
      * You can drag and drop the QM comments in to an assignment in Turnitin – saving you time typing each comment from scratch.

      We have a more detailed guide available in the Staff Resource Area in Moodle or you can come see me if you’re interested in finding out more.

      Catherine

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