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Demo for teacher PD on turnitin.com

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Turnitin demo Turnitin demo Presentation Transcript

  • It’s not just aboutplagiarism anymore
  • Just a little laugh to get us started... Professional Grading
  • Creating Assignments: Options• All assignments start with a master paper assignment• Sub-assignment options include Peermark, Revision and Reflections
  • When establishing new assignments...• Don’t forget you have options• You can accept late papers, allow students to see originality reports, and even upload rubrics• Students may have difficulty uploading papers; set the option of copy and paste as the primary option.
  • About those Rubrics...• Yes, you can use even use Turnitin to grade papers using its new Grademark features.• Grademark Demo
  • If you’ve input a rubric...• You have the option of completing the rubric you’ve input on Grademark so the students can see your comments, as well as their rubric achievement level.
  • Libraries• You can maintain your Rubrics in the Turnitin library so you can re-use rubrics or tweak existing rubrics for multiple assignments.• Labor ahead: I’ve not had any luck uploading Word doc rubrics; for now, they need to be input manually.
  • Quickmark Libraries• You can create libraries of comments that are paper specific, or you can use Turnitin’s general comment library.• For example, I created a library of comments specifically designed for the ten-sentence paragraph. You can even include definitions for each of your comments.turnitin.com
  • Peermark Assignments• Once you’ve created a paper assignment, you can create a Peermark assignment.• When students turn in their paper, they can pick up an anonymous classmate’s paper and leave teacher- specified feedback for that student.• Turnitin has a sample library of peer feedback questions, or you can create your own.
  • Big Brother....• An icon appears on the assignment page when a student has viewed the comments you left for them.• You can also view the peer comments students leave for each other.
  • Statistics• You can view a report of the comments you’ve left on student papers that can help you determine follow-up writing lessons.• For example, if you’ve left 43 comments of “vague” on 21 papers, the students may be eligible for a lesson on ways to make their sentences more specific.
  • Play with Turnitin and you might just findyourself not dreadingthe grading of papers.