Tag: Turnitin

Educational Technology Workshops and Drop-Ins, January-April 2020

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The full programe of Educational Technology workshops of drop-ins has been published and is now open for bookings. The team is offering a programme of workshops including: An introduction to Moodle for academics Moodle assignments: managing offline feedback and grading Managing online assessment using Turnitin Interpreting Turnitin similarity reports An introduction to lecture capture An…Continue Reading Educational Technology Workshops and Drop-Ins, January-April 2020

Turnitin Feedback Studio is here!

Back in March we hinted that Turnitin will have a new look and feel from late July, and this morning we switched to the new Turnitin Feedback Studio. You will not notice any changes to the process of accessing and setting up Turnitin assignments from Moodle, but there are several improvements to the way you…Continue Reading Turnitin Feedback Studio is here!

Sharing Turnitin QuickMark Feedback

You may be familiar with using Turnitin QuickMark comments when providing feedback on students’ work in Turnitin assignments but did you know that you can share QuickMarks with your colleagues to create a library of standard comments? QuickMarks are pre-defined comments, grouped together in themed QuickMark sets, that can be added as feedback when assessing…Continue Reading Sharing Turnitin QuickMark Feedback

Submitting Turnitin Assignments

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Are you preparing to submit an assignment on Moodle for the first time this academic year? Over the summer, the Turnitin assignment in Moodle was updated. This means that you are required to review and accept an updated Turnitin User Agreement prior to your first assignment submission. Please note that you will not be able…Continue Reading Submitting Turnitin Assignments

Assessment Improvements in Moodle 2.8

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This post is part of a series of blog posts introducing what’s new in Moodle 2.8. This post provides an overview of assessment improvements in Moodle 2.8. Grader Report/Gradebook The Grader Report is easier to use across devices with its horizontal and vertical scroll. There is “single view” of any row or column which enables…Continue Reading Assessment Improvements in Moodle 2.8

Accessing Turnitin Feedback

Audience: City University London students and staff According to our reports on Moodle assessment activity; there were 18 Turnitin assignments due at the beginning of March. This post highlights how students can access the three different types of feedback that lecturers can provide using GradeMark – Turnitin’s feedback system. Click on the Turnitin assignment from…Continue Reading Accessing Turnitin Feedback

Exploring Advanced Moodle Features

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Audience: City University London staff The Blended Learning Theme have developed a series of Moodle workshops exploring some of the more advanced features of assignment, feedback and grader report (aka Gradebook) features in Moodle. We have scheduled these sessions to coincide with the end of Spring Term to support marking and grading with a repeat…Continue Reading Exploring Advanced Moodle Features

Providing feedback using GradeMark in Turnitin

Audience: City University London staff Our latest reports on Moodle activity show that we had 22 Turnitin assignment submissions due last week with a further 11 submissions due this week. This post highlights how you can provide feedback and grades using Turnitin’s feedback facility – GradeMark. GradeMark has three different mechanisms for providing feedback on…Continue Reading Providing feedback using GradeMark in Turnitin