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Traditionally, English instructors have used Turnitin to evaluate papers and essays for plagiarism, grammar/mechanics, and other writing skills. Now, with Grade Anything, Turnitin has opened up the door for instructors in other disciplines to provide feedback and evaluate other assignment types--not just papers. Coupled with the movement toward using technology in the classrooms, Turnitin has become the grading platform of choice for many schools, where instructors can now use any one of Turnitin's rich feedback tools to evaluate student learning.

Join our panelists, Rebecca Hewett and Marc Helgeson, in discussing how they've been using Turnitin to evaluate PowerPoint® presentations, visual images, plays and other performances.