Downloading a Turnitin assignment

Navigate to the specific assignment and open up the graded paper in document viewer. Click on the download icon (this is the grey down arrow second from the bottom). You can choose which version you wish to download: Current view – this will download the paper with similarity and feedback … Continue reading

How to Access Grades and Feedback via Turnitin (Student)

Most lecturers will mark work submitted via Turnitin using the Turnitin Grademark tool. The post date tells you when the grade and feedback will be released. It should be within 20 working days of the due date. You should always take the time to read your feedback as well as … Continue reading

Too many Emails? How to Do as Much with Less

Time Saving Tips At times you may think it necessary to actually increase the traffic flowing into your inbox, by asking/inviting a group of students to individually email you. But, I hope to prove you wrong and save you from the time-consuming tedium, of having to look out for and collate many email … Continue reading

Turnitin submission information for Business School students (student)

This guide is linked in every Business School module, so all the information about submitting to Turnitin is easy for you to find. More Turnitin guides can be found at our help guide site. You can also contact the eLearning team for support. We’re available to call or visit during … Continue reading

eLearningMeet: Student Blogs as Assessed Coursework – A Case Study

Context At our 2nd eLearningMeet attendees learnt that in the fall of 2014-15, John Price a Historian and academic at both Goldsmiths, University of London and the University of Roehampton introduced blogs as a form of summative assessment in two, of his half-year (one term, ten-week) modules in Goldsmiths’ Department … Continue reading

eLearningMeet: Students Feedback! (on their use of Turnitin)

Context Having implemented online submission, marking and feedback provision via Turnitin in 2013-14, the Departments of Life Sciences and of English and Creative Writing wanted to hear how their students felt about this approach to managing assessment. Hence, the eLearning Advisers for those Departments namely, myself (the ELA for English … Continue reading

eLearningMeet: Moving theory, virtual dancing – the transformation to distance learning

Two years ago the Dance Department was awarded a small grant to convert some MA modules from being delivered ‘face-to-face’ to having a ‘distance learning’ delivery mode. One of the modules that underwent this transformation was Dr. Stacey Prickett’s own taught module called Dance and the Politics of Identity. This … Continue reading

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