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Turnitin is reinforcing its position as a technology leader in the educational space, through the provision of solutions that support academic integrity in assessment design and delivery. We are looking to support and encourage research and development that will inform ongoing enhancement and innovation of its products.
In 2020, Turnitin is sponsoring grants in Asia Pacific to support activities related to piloting and grading with the use of Gradescope for different assessment types across various disciplines. Our grants are awarded to projects that showcase how Gradescope informs learning, increases efficiency in grading remote assessments and highlights best practices (use cases) in design and delivery of remote assessments.
1st prize: AUD 2,500 | 2nd prize: AUD 2,000 | 3rd prize: AUD 1,500 4th, 5th, and 6th prizes each: AUD 500
Submission deadline: Friday, 26 February 2021, 9:00 am AEDT
Grant prizes will be awarded on: Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 9:00 am AEDT
Gradescope is a complete assessment platform that transforms grading into learning.
As a time saving, AI-assisted technology, Gradescope is able to collect and digitise submissions and streamline feedback and grading. The tool supports educators by providing consistency while marking with rubrics, along with timely, quality feedback to students.
Gradescope’s technology is superior to traditional grading, and spans and supports a wide range of assessment types, including remote, paper-based and online assessments in different disciplines.
At its core, Gradescope supports teachers in understanding student learning trends. With the help of its get-per-question and per-rubric item statistics, Gradescope can identify gaps in knowledge; enabling teachers to evaluate program trends and modify learning content methodically. The technology also equips teachers with the ability to provide prompt, individualised, actionable, and formative feedback to students in order to boost overall learning outcomes.
Assessment types Gradescope supports:
Here are some resources that can support the migration of assessments online:
Check out our video resources to see how Gradescope supports formative assessment:
Participants are allowed to do this individually or collaborate with a peer within the same institution or in another institution.
As part of the application process, participants are encouraged to submit an abstract (250 - 500 words), on how they intend to pilot Gradescope for the year in 2021 and support one or more of the benefits of Gradescope mentioned below:
The options for project types might include any of the following;
By participating in the APAC Gradescope Grants program, participants grant Turnitin a licence to reproduce, on a perpetual, worldwide, exclusive and royalty-free basis the content of their submissions which may be published and promoted on Turnitin owned and affiliated websites and publications with credit provided to the author.