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 "How to Use Rubrics and Grading Forms, Part 1" shows how to create, upload, and attach a rubric during the initial assignment creation process. 

 "How to Use Rubrics and Grading Forms, Part 2" shows how to create, upload and attach a rubric after an assignment has been created, as well as how to score submissions using rubric criteria. 

These VidBITs shows instructors where to find and how to use the features of the Rubrics and Grading Forms in Feedback Studio, including how to create rubrics and grading forms, the differences between them, and how to access Turnitin's genre, grade level, and content area rubrics. 

For more information on how to use Feedback Studio, visit our full list of Product Feature videos or our Help Guides page. To learn more about the educational implications of these features, visit the Pedagogy section of our VidBITs page.

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