assessment

Feedback Studio

Posted on 26 July 2017 by Marianna Majzonova

Do you use Turnitin and Grademark for assessments and delivering student feedback? Turnitin has combined their Grademark and originality-checking features and have relaunched as Feedback Studio. Find out what to expect when you next log in. Feedback Studio is now available and has replaced Grademark. It retains all of the Grademark/Turnitin tools but has been
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New Feedback Studio overview

Posted on 15 June 2017 by Martin Nosek

Many academics across the HE sector are familiar with Turnitin and GradeMark. It is a suite of tools used for assessment, mainly electronic marking and delivering feedback to students for their submitted assignments. It also includes very useful features such as the Originality Report, PeerMarking and Revision Assignments. As you may know Cardiff University is
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Turnitin Conference 2015 (London)

Posted on 26 October 2015 by Dewi Parry

by Dewi Parry This is the first and last time I’m going to mention getting up at 5.45am to go to a conference! Apart from that, it was great to go down to Westminster again, and to the QEII Centre for this year’s Turnitin Conference. If you have a twitter account, you can follow the
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Digital literacy – who’s responsible?

Posted on 23 October 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett and Joe Nicholls (guest blogger) Over a coffee with colleagues last week, discussion turned to digital literacy in learning and teaching. A question was asked – who is responsible for our students’ digital literacies? The answer’s pretty simply really. You. And that’s really to say, all of us! To understand why that is, let’s first answer
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4 ways to assess and learn: student created media

Posted on 29 June 2014 by Dewi Parry

by Dewi Parry Last week, I was going through (deleting!) my e-mails when I came across a really interesting thread of e-mails about student multimedia content production from the ALT (Association for Learning Technology) mailing list, and its role as part of course assessment. I’m not going to get into an argument about the right
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