Course: Feedback and Marking in GradeMark
  • Rolle 304

  • Babbage Building, Room 322

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This course is for University of Plymouth staff only

Turnitin has developed a new feedback tool called GradeMark which is now available to use through the DLE. This course will enable you to gain an understanding of GradeMark's functionality, learn how best to apply the tool, and to become confident in using it.

Who should attend this course?

This course is aimed at any staff responsible for creating and marking online student submissions. The course aims to give staff information and guidance on how GradeMark can be used to mark submissions, and how students can access the marks and feedback.

Pre-requisites

Prior experience of using a PC or Mac is essential. Previous experience in using the DLE/Turnitin to set up eSubmissions is also advantageous. Staff may wish to attend the Talking about Turnitin session beforehand, or access the online version.

You may also find our GradeMark Help and Guidance page useful.

What you will gain

By the end of this course you will have a better understanding of the Turnitin GradeMark system, how to get the best from it, and also how to instruct your students on where to find their feedback. 

The course will cover the following:

  • An explanation of GradeMark and the guidelines to using it
  • Accessing GradeMark  
  • Adding feedback to a submission
  • Creating and using rubrics within GradeMark
  • Releasing feedback to students

Book a place for your selected date via the Employee Self Service.

For enquiries about this course please contact us at asti@plymouth.ac.uk. If you are unable to attend your training session, please cancel in advance via Employee Self Service or inform us via email.

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