Occasionally students will, for whatever reason, not manage to submit their assessment to your Turnitin link. This could be because they have experienced technical difficulties, so have emailed you a copy, or because they submitted the file to the wrong place….luckily it’s quick and easy to submit files on behalf of students to Turnitin (you… Continue reading #407 Student emailed you their Turnitin submission? No worries!
If you are marking as part of a team, you might find it useful to agree on a set of quickmarks that you will use across the marking to create consistency in your marking. Once you have created your quickmark set (see: #397 Create customised Quickmark Sets), you can download and share your set with… Continue reading #399 Team marking in Turnitin? Share a quickmark set with colleagues!
Quickmarks are a really fast way of putting comments onto a student submission. As the same mistakes tend to crop up multiple times and across multiple students, Quickmarks gives you a great way of building up your own library of comments to use over and again. In this video we explore how to create your… Continue reading #397 Create customised Quickmark Sets
Moodle has a helpful little feature called auto-groups. This enables you to split your students automatically into groups. This can be done to a fixed number of groups (to match the number of markers) or split students into maximum sized groups (to help identify how many markers you need)! Once your groups are created, you… Continue reading #394 Team marking in Turnitin/Moodle? Auto-groups can help!
Turnitin and Moodle assignment submission boxes can be an overwhelming place. If you have agreed to provide feedback to the students in your tutor groups then the best way to manage this is to use the custom group feature in Moodle. In this video we show you how to create your tutor groups in Moodle… Continue reading #393 Marking in Moodle? Create custom tutor groups
If you are looking to use a marking rubric within Turnitin, one of the easiest ways to do this is importing from an Excel document. Turnitin even provides a template, so all you need to do is fill it out and you’re ready to go! Much less fiddly than trying to copy and paste into… Continue reading #384 Import your Turnitin Rubric
This is the fourth (and final!) in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin In this post we cover a very quick introduction to using the Originality Report. As I mention in the video, there is no… Continue reading #298 Marking with Turnitin [4/4]: Using the Originality Report
This is the third in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin Turnitin has a very useful Rubric feature. You’ll need to set the rubric up before you can begin grading with it, but once it has… Continue reading #294 Marking with Turnitin [3/4]: Using a marking rubric
This is the second in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin Turnitin gives you the option of recording audio feedback for your students and/or having a text comment as feedback. The audio feedback option is… Continue reading #290 Marking with Turnitin [2/4]: Audio feedback & general comments
This is the first in a series of videos demonstrating how to mark using the tools provided by Turnitin. In this post we explore how you can use Quickmarks to add comments to students work. Quickmarks provide a quick and easy way to save comments that you frequently make to students and enable you to… Continue reading #283 Marking with Turnitin [1/4]: Quickmarks