This guide helps you access assessment feedback submitted to Turnitin.
- Where is Feedback Located?
- When is Feedback Available?
- Accessing Feedback Online
- How to Download Feedback
- Further Support
Where is Feedback Located?
Feedback for your Turnitin assessment is provided in the same place as you submitted on Learning Space. The submission link is usually on the module page within the 'Assessment' section and Turnitin can be identified by the icon below:
When is Feedback Available?
If you tutor has uploaded feedback for your submission, it will become available to you after the post date.
You can easily check if you work has been marked by checking if a grade has appeared in the 'Grade' column.
There are three different types of feedback in Turnitin; Overall comments, the Rubric and in-line comments.
To access feedback, simply click the pencil icon next to the grade you've been given.
To make reading feedback easier - you should temporarily disable the similarity report by clicking the red segment as shown below.
The overall comments can be accessed by clicking the speech bubble icon with the blue background. This should open automatically in Turnitin studio.
This contains the overall feedback for the assignment and could include a voice note as shown below:
The rubric can be viewed by clicking 'View Rubric' button as shown in the screenshot above.
Note: not all Turnitin submissions use a rubric and this may not appear for you.
A rubric compares aspects of your assignment against the module's learning outcomes. Highlighted in blue are at what level you performed against each learning outcome.
In-line comments may appear throughout your assignment and can be identified by the speech bubble icon or by words with a blue background as seen below.
Clicking on these icons and words reveal more information from your tutor.
How to Download Feedback
To download feedback, simply access the feedback by clicking the pencil icon.
Next, click the download icon as shown in the screenshot below.
Finally, click 'Current View'.
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