6 Secrets About Feedback Studio In Turnitin

Have you noticed that the document viewer in Turnitin has changed? It was called GradeMark and now it’s called Feedback Studio. All the features are still the same, but the layout has changed.

1. Feedback Studio – All your feedback is in one place for you to check for potential plagiarism, drag and drop comments, leave voice comments and grade by rubric.

“Feedback Studio Image” by ; Open licence (Free use permitted)
“Feedback Studio Image” by Open licence (Free use permitted)

2. Any device – Wherever you are, Feedback Studio’s responsive design works on multiple devices – no downloads required.

“Feedback Studio device” by ; Open licence (Free use permitted)
“Feedback Studio device” by Open licence (Free use permitted)

3. Originality – Reveal content matches in student writing. Help students take ownership of their work and practice proper citation.

“Feedback Studio Match Breakdown” by ; Open licence (Free use permitted)
“Feedback Studio Match Breakdown” by Open licence (Free use permitted)

4. Fast Feedback – Save time with custom or pre-defined drag-and-drop sets of customizable comments. Share reusable comment libraries across your institution.

“Feedback Studio - QuickMarks” by ; Open licence (Free use permitted)
“Feedback Studio – QuickMarks” by Open licence (Free use permitted)

5. Rubrics – Grade objectively and consistently with standards-aligned rubrics and show students how specific parts of their work affect their grade.

“Feedback Studio - Rubric” by ; Open licence (Free use permitted)
“Feedback Studio – Rubric” by Open licence (Free use permitted)

6. Engage Students – Students see source matches and instructor feedback directly on their work, or in a conveniently formatted downloadable report.

“Feedback Studio - Student Report” by ; Open licence (Free use permitted)
“Feedback Studio – Student Report” by Open licence (Free use permitted)

For more information about Feedback Studio and Turnitin have a look at our step by step Quick Guides.

Written by Alison Schloss

Alison Schloss

One thought on “6 Secrets About Feedback Studio In Turnitin”

  1. How do you account for penalties in Feedback Studio? Examples include adjustment for lateness, exceeding the word limit, etc.

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