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If you've written the same comment on a student assignment once, you've written it 1000 times. With QuickMarks in Turnitin Feedback Studio, you write an in-depth piece of feedback once and then can simply drag-and-drop it on assignment after assignment for the rest of your career.

In this session, we discuss:

  • How to use QuickMarks for efficient and consistent feedback
  • How to create, customize, and share QuickMarks with your Feedback Studio-using colleagues
  • How to gather and apply QuickMarks data to modify instruction
  • What powerful feedback for your students looks like

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