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New Grading Forms in Turnitin

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Once a grading form has been attached to an assignment, the scorecard for the grading form can be accessed in the same spot in the document viewer that rubric scorecards are typically found. In the scorecard, instructors can enter free text in the text feilds below each criterion name. If scoring was enabled for the grading form, the instructor will also be able to enter a score for each criterion. If the scores entered are numeric, they will be added and will appear as the grading form score. The grading form score can then be applied to the paper using the "Apply grading form total to grade" button that appears at the bottom of the scorecard.

What do grading forms look like? In the Rubric/Form Manager

In the Document Viewer

Grading Forms allow the tutor to add a non-numeric score in the score area as well as a numeric score (see below), however at this time the overall summary score for the assignment must still be a number. There is a separate feature (which you can vote for) which will see non-integer grades added to the summary grade as well.

In the Document Viewer with non-numeric grade

Note: the Grading Form will only add numeric grades together into the Total Score.

In the print view