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Turnitin Feedback Studio Semester 1 Review


The Turnitn Feedback Studio (the jazzy version of the Document Viewer) was enabeld on 1st Aug 2016. The first semester has now ended and we have compiled some information that may be useful to users:

  • 41% of all submissions used Grade mark
  • Grade Mark usage has increased 10% compared to Semester 1 15/16
  • 28% increase in submission to Turnitin

The switch to the Feedback Studio has identified issues which we have been working with the vendor to resolve, we are activiely trying to improve the product and ensure platform stability. A list of what has been fixed in semester 1:

  • Learn 60min timeout
  • Quick Mark search
  • Inline Text crashing
  • Cursor not responding on multiple clicks

For an up-to-date list of issues please visit the Turnitin Known Issues webpage.


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