If OriginalityCheck is enabled for a Dropbox Folder, you can use the GradeMark functionality to add comments, insert inline text, and highlight sections in file submissions, directly from the Dropbox tool.
Using GradeMark for Dropbox Submissions
If GradeMark is activated for your org unit, when you enable OriginalityCheck and choose to “Generate Originality Reports”, the GradeMark functionality is automatically enabled.
Note Instructors can enter grades via GradeMark one day after the dropbox folder due date has passed. You must create due dates in a dropbox folder’s Restrictions tab to make GradeMark grades available to students.
Open a Version of a Dropbox Submission in GradeMark
- On the Folder Submissions page, click Evaluate Submission for the applicable user.
- Click the GradeMark icon beside the file you want to open. The GradeMark report opens in a new window.
Add comments, highlight text, save, and print your GradeMark report using the available tools in the menu bar. You can view a summary of the submission at the top of the page, including word count, submission date, and Originality Report rating.
Viewing the Markup information section
Tip For more detailed help with GradeMark functionality, click the Help menu item on the report.
Files Compatible with GradeMark
The following file types are compatible with GradeMark:
- MS Word (DOC, DOCX)
- WordPerfect (WPD)
- PostScript (EPS)
- Acrobat PDF
- HTML (HTM, HTML)
- Rich text (RTF)
- Plain text (TXT)
Note If your file type is incompatible with GradeMark, Information icon displays instead of the GradeMark icon.
Video: Using GradeMark
Once you are in the Turnitin interface, you can click the GradeMark button to switch to a view where you can add comments and score an assignment. The following video shows who to use GradeMark. Disregard the part at the beginning about how you get the originality report. See correct directions for that above.
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- Dropbox basics
- Creating and managing Dropbox
- Evaluating dropbox folder submissions
- Viewing dropbox folder file submissions
- Accessing the Evaluate Submission page
- Leaving feedback and grading dropbox submissions
- Evaluating non-submissions and external submissions
- Bulk publishing dropbox feedback evaluations
- Downloading dropbox folder submission files
- Uploading and attaching feedback from downloaded submission files
- Retracting published feedback
- Emailing users from a dropbox folder
- Marking dropbox folder submissions as read or unread
- Flagging dropbox folder submissions
- Using Dropbox GradeMark
- Using Dropbox OriginalityCheck