Using Turnitin Feedback Studio to support different forms of learning
A dynamic collection of resources and best practices to help make in-person, hybrid, remote learning, and everything in between engaging and effective.
Our community of educators and learners
These are unprecedented times for our global community. As we learn to live, work, and learn in new ways on a daily basis, Turnitin is here for you. This page features a robust, curated collection of downloadable resources, blogs, and videos to help navigate instructional shifts in secondary and higher education.
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Turnitin Feedback Studio VidBITs
Our pedagogy and product experts here at Turnitin have partnered to make VidBITs (Video Best Instructional Tips) that will make in-person and online teaching with Feedback Studio even easier. These quick, 2-3 minute clips highlight essential features, effective shortcuts, and helpful feedback tools. Watch to review a useful best practice or to uplevel your Feedback Studio usage.
Best practices for engaging auditory learners remotely.
Best practices for implementing peer review activities remotely.
Hints, tips, and where to click when using Voice Comments in Feedback Studio.
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Instructional resources to support remote learning
Our library of free downloadables include resources that are ready-to-use for every level of learner. From rubrics and QuickMark sets that seamlessly plug into Feedback Studio assignments to lesson seeds that can easily be incorporated throughout the semester, these resources support student learning outcomes in-person and online. Check out our highlighted resources below or visit our Resources Page to browse our full collection.
This guide presents remote learning activities for using short answer responses to target writing instruction.
This guide presents remote learning activities for practicing academic integrity in the classroom.
Discover all of the resources in the Source Credibility Pack.
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Blogs for students, educators, and administrators
Skim our selected list of posts relevant to COVID-19 instructional changes. Then, check out our main Turnitin Blog for even more information and thought leadership from and for our global learning community.
Learn more about how we’ve proactively fortified our teams to work on additional resources and increased accessibility so that Turnitin can be a reliable partner with you as circumstances change and evolve in the wake of COVID-19.
Four basic pedagogical principles that can help to guide educators as they navigate the rapidly evolving landscape of online learning.
Classes meeting on video conferencing platforms are a great option during COVID-19, but come with their own challenges
We are in an unprecedented situation, and educators everywhere are encountering myriad and valid concerns in the wake of COVID-19 spread. One question is how to uphold academic integrity when students are not physically in a classroom. We want to offer you our suggestions.
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Webinars and virtual events
Find a selection of our relevant, recorded webinars below, ready to watch at any time. You can also register for upcoming Turnitin virtual events that support different forms of learning and assessment.
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