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Now more than ever, students want ownership of their learning journeys. They want to learn in their own way, in their own time, and in a variety of flexible, hybrid formats. The traditional model of testing and grading is outdated. Today student success relies on high-quality, iterative feedback. It requires that instructors—and the tools that support them—meet students where they are. 

Watch our on-demand webinar to discover how our Turnitin solutions guide students toward higher quality work, illuminating areas for improvement and closing skill gaps. Enabling instructors to efficiently deliver actionable and formative feedback—powering a cycle of continuous students. 

We also share insights from our latest research paper The Powerful Direction of ‘Where to Next’, undertaken in collaboration with Dr. John Hattie - Professor of Education and author of Visible Learning Labs, whose work has helped define feedback and how it can be used to improve classroom learning.

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