|Moodle Assignment||Turnitin Assignment|
|Supports grading group work||Not available|
|Sends notifications when a student submits work||Not available|
|Not available||Generates an originality report to check for plagiarism|
|Allows for text feedback and annotation and return of downloaded files||Allows for online annotation of papers during grading|
|Not available||Allows for creating annotation shortcuts for frequent comments|
|Can be used to create marking guides and rubrics||Can be used to create (or import) grading forms and rubrics|
|Not available||Grading forms and rubrics are shareable|
|Able to reuse rubrics via imported courses and assignments||Able to reuse rubrics across courses|
On the Assignment page instructors will see a Grade button. This takes them to a page with a new, vertical layout for the feedback and quick grade entry on each submission.
Note: Assignment annotations as explained in the above-linked video (0:59 to 1:35) aren’t currently enabled in our instance of Moodle. We recommend leveraging Turnitin’s Grademark tool for online marking of student writing.
Select which assignments you want to download for offline viewing from a new option in the menu
Effective October 30, 2017 at 9:00 am Turnitin V1 will be removed from our instance of Moodle. Removing Turnitin V1 will in turn remove all Turnitin V1 assignments in all of your courses and you will no longer have access to them in Moodle. You will be able to access old assignments from www.turnitin.com. For more information on how to access old assignments.
To prepare for this change, you should:
Students submitting course work through Turnitins new Feedback Studio can find instructions using the link below.
Feedback Studio Manual:
Feedback Studio Demo:
Quick Tips for Mastering Feedback Studio:
PeerMark™ is a peer review assignment tool. Instructors can create and manage PeerMark assignments that allow students to read, review, and evaluate one or many papers submitted by their classmates.
The advanced distribution options allow instructors to choose to exclude student papers from distribution or specify which student papers a student(s) will have to review. PeerMark will automatically distribute papers to students but an instructor may choose specific student pairings which will then add an exception to the PeerMark distribution which will adjust its logic according to the instructor’s rules.
Select Save and Continue
You can add questions for students to answer when reviewing papers here.