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To allow students to submit a file through Turnitin, an instructor must first create a Turnitin assignment within a Moodle course. Create a Turnitin Assignment: 1. Log into Moodle , ...
Article Id: 18502
Category: Getting Started

An instructor has many tools that allow them to manage and customize their Turnitin assignment within a Moodle course. To Manage a Turnitin Assignment: 1. Log into Moodle , and select your course.
Article Id: 19709
Category: Getting Started

Turnitin GradeMarks The Turnitin GradeMark features discussed in this article include the Instructor Feedback Layer, QuickMarks, Feedback Studio, Inline Comments, and Strikethrough. Markup and Score a Student Paper 1. Open Feedback Studio - Open Feedback Studio from...
Article Id: 19716
Category: Getting Started

** More information on how to provide feedback and grading can be found on the GROK article Giving Feedback with Turnitin GradeMarks and...
Article Id: 18148
Category: Getting Started

The GradeMark feature within the Turnitin interface provides a way for instructors to create comments and enter feedback as well as enter a grade for a student's submitssion within an assignment. Instructors can use GradeMark to grade student’s written work (i.e. papers, essays, thesis, powerpoint files), non-written work...
Article Id: 17698
Category: Getting Started

If your instructor has created a Turnitin assignment within a Moodle course, as a student you will be able to submit your assignment once the Start date has arrived. Submit a Turnitin Assignment 1. Select the Turnitin Assignment link from your course page in Moodle. It has the...
Article Id: 18491
Category: Getting Started