In addition to plagiarism detection, Turnitin has five ways to give your students precise feedback on their assignments. Click anywhere and add expandable inline comments. Save and reuse frequent feedback as “QuickMark” comments that you drag and drop onto students’ assignments. Type notes anywhere on a page of a student’s submission. Record voice comments. Grade with rubrics, also called “Scorecards.” Video: Feedback Studio Overview How to Use Feedback Studio Quick Tips for Mastering Feedback Studio […]
If you use Turnitin to grade or give feedback, students will be able to view your feedback through their Dropbox submission. First, though, you have must allow students access to the feedback. Give Students Access to Turnitin Results Under “Assessment,” choose “Dropbox.” In the list of dropbox folders, click the downward arrow to the right of the name of the folder and choose “Edit Folder.” On the “Edit Folder” page, scroll to the bottom and […]
Turnitin is completely integrated in Pilot, and checking the plagiarism detection for a Dropbox assignment initiates it.