by Dewi Parry
I answered an e-mail this week around sharing Quickmarks and rubrics across assignments/modules/staff. While it’s still fresh in the memory, here goes.
Personally, I think that the way to view all this is to think “export / import” rather than “sharing”. Since thinking like that – it makes more sense to me!
For the Quickmarks question, this video will show exactly how to export and import Quickmarks:
For full written guidance (on the Turnitin site) on exporting and importing Quickmarks, see:
Page: 101 or page 15 of the document) Exporting and Importing QuickMark Sets
For the rubrics question, this video will show exactly how to export a rubric (thanks to Fastech):
This video will show exactly how to export a rubric (again, thanks to Fastech):
For full written guidance (on the Turnitin site) on exporting and importing Rubrics, see:
Page 111 (or page 25 of the document) Exporting and Importing Rubrics.
More Grademark blogposts on the way, including answers to the questions we’ve received in the recent training sessions, and answers to questions that have been e-mailed to our inbox. Allan and I are off to a Grademark session run by the MEDIC e-learning team now, so we’ll make a note of those questions too. If you have any Grademark questions, or any Learning Technology related questions for that matter, please get in touch: email@example.com
While writing this blog post, Dewi has been listening to: A recording that he lost on minidisk (remember them!) years ago!