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Turnitin

  1. 1. Turnitin<br />Potential as marking system<br />
  2. 2. Components<br />Site license – unlimited users<br />Widely used across most schools<br />Submission via blackboard<br />Easy to set up <br />Student familiarity<br />Licensed for small number but could be extended<br />Nothing new to set up (instructors)<br />Submission exactly the same (Students)<br />On line marking and feedback<br />Marks fed into Blackboard Gradecentre<br />Student views image of paper with comments<br />Included in full package<br />Opens possibility of automated peer review<br />Not dealt with today<br />
  3. 3. Setting up<br />Online through Blackboard Course site<br />Familiar Turnitin form – with a couple of extra fields to complete<br />Can be used with all existing blackboard features such as Groups and Adaptive release<br />
  4. 4. Demo of student submission<br />
  5. 5. Key Dates<br />Date from which assignment is visible to students<br />Assignments submitted after this date and time are marked late in red<br />Date from which students can see the paper with any comments and when the mark will appear in Blackboard gradecentre<br />
  6. 6. On line marking <br /><ul><li>Can be anonymous
  7. 7. Accessed from Turnitin in-box
  8. 8. Originality report available on line to marker
  9. 9. Direct feedback comments on paper image
  10. 10. Double marking issue</li></li></ul><li>Online Marking Demo<br />Marking with GradeMark<br />Managing Quickmarks<br />
  11. 11. Integration<br /><ul><li>Already fully integrated with Blackboard – no need to set up class lists or create accounts for instructors
  12. 12. Marks are output to grade centre in Blackboard
  13. 13. Set of APIs for connecting with other services
  14. 14. Develop locally with Turnitin advice</li></li></ul><li>Pro’s & Cons<br /><ul><li>Fast Introduction
  15. 15. Familiar interface
  16. 16. Works in Blackboard
  17. 17. Link to plagiarism
  18. 18. Low maintenance
  19. 19. Fully supported
  20. 20. Free online training
  21. 21. Limited free pilot
  22. 22. Feedback on papers
  23. 23. Development possible using APIs
  24. 24. Adoption
  25. 25. No double marking (yet)
  26. 26. Need for local storage
  27. 27. No offline marking (yet)
  28. 28. Some local development needed</li>

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