Turnitin Feedback Studio — January 1, 2017
How Does It Work
Why Use Turnitin Feedback Studio
Turnitin has taken all of the feedback features, including Originality Check, GradeMark, QuickMarks, voice comments, rubrics, etc., and made them easier and more intuitive to use. With Turnitin Feedback Studio, we’re better supporting instructors and students in focusing on feedback that helps drive learning.
Turnitin Feedback Studio is a modern, responsive design that incorporates an intuitive user experience that brings together the grading, feedback, and similarity checking services in one view. They have also incorporated the contextual marking approach of their iPad app to allow educators to click anywhere on the paper and leave a comment, QuickMark Comment, or text comment at any time.
Creating A Turnitin Assignment – You create a Turnitin assignment as you always have – nothing changes. Just go to a content area of a Blackboard course, click “Assessments” and select “Turnitin Assignment”.
Creating a Revision Assignment – Creating a “Revision Assignment” is identical in this version as well.
Switch Whenever You Like
Beginning January 1, 2017, you will be able to switch back to the old version of Turnitin, see below:
Or click the “new version link” to return to Turnitin Feedback Studio, see below:
Beginning July 1, 2017 you will no longer be permitted to switch back to the “old” version. Turnitin Feedback Studio, will be the only version of Turnitin available for use.
You Switched Versions- Now What?
If you switched to the new version, but need help with learning the interface, begin here:
- Viewing the Similarity Report
- Interpreting the Similarity Report
- Commenting Tools
- QuickMark Manager
- Rubrics and Grading Forms
- Submission Tools
- Multiple Markers
- Call our Blackboard Help line 24 hours a day, every day at (213) 740-5555 and choose option 2.
- Schedule a callback from Blackboard Support: https://uscbbhelp.youcanbook.me/
- Faculty can request help and training from USC’s Enterprise Learning Technologies group by submitting a reques to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to leverage Blackboard in your classroom.