VLE GSA - How to use GradeMark

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VLE GSA - How to use GradeMark

  1. 1. Give feedback using GradeMark The VLE @ GSA How to…
  2. 2. Give feedback using GradeMark • GradeMark is one of the tools available as part of the Turnitin suite. • It allows staff to comment on students writing by clicking and dragging from a bank of feedback items or by clicking directly on the text. • GradeMark also allows for the recording of audio feedback. • As with Turnitin, GradeMark is managed from the Control Panel > Course Tools > Turnitin UK Assignments.
  3. 3. In your course, go to Control Panel > Course Tools > TurnitinUK Assignments.
  4. 4. Choose the link for the Turnitin Assignment you created and whish to give feedback on.
  5. 5. Click on the % and coloured bar for the submission you wish to grade.
  6. 6. If not already active, click on the GradeMark button to show the feedback pane. In this pane you can click on the main document to add a comment or click and drag from the Commonly Used comments (QuickMark) bank.
  7. 7. Click on Comment to create a new comment, or click anywhere on the text. Preview the content of the Commonly Used comments by clicking on it. The associated text will show in the bottom pane.
  8. 8. Click anywhere on the text to leave a Comment. You can Save this so a student can view it and also Save as a new QuickMark to add it to the bank of Commonly Used comments for re-use.
  9. 9. Click on any blue Comment to view text, Edit or delete.
  10. 10. Click the Comment symbol at the bottom right to enable General Comments. Here you can add longer text comments as well as record audio feedback (max 3 minutes).
  11. 11. You can also view the comments you have left per page by clicking on the list icon.

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