Dates for Turnitin Feedback Studio taster sessions announced

Turnitin Feedback Studio

To help familiarise staff at the University of Sussex with the major update to Turnitin (due for August); the Technology Enhanced Learning office will be running short taster workshops around campus throughout the months of July and August.

All staff who are involved in marking or supporting the process for assessments using the e-submission via Turnitin hand-in point are encouraged to book onto one of our sessions via our website.

Turnitin is the software interface used by staff and students for submitting and marking text-based assessments as part of our e-submission and e-feedback process. Feedback Studio is a major update and rebrand of the Turnitin software, as explained in our recent blog post ‘A first look at Turnitin Feedback Studio’ which provides a useful overview of the update.

The workshops will provide an early opportunity to learn about and familiarise yourself with the changes to Turnitin which will take effect from August 1st and the chance to practice using the software with support from a learning technologist.

Dates for the workshops

Date Time Location Booking
11th July 11:00 – 12:00 Pevensey 1 – 1B5 Book here
19th July 11:00 – 12:00 Arts C – C169 Book here
3rd August 14:00 – 15:00 JMS Building – 1B1 Book here
7th August 14:00 – 15:00 Freeman Centre – G21 Book here
22nd August 14:00 – 15:00 Jubilee Building – G23 Book here
31st August 15:00 – 16:00 Library Training Room Book here

Additional support

If you have any urgent questions or would like to organise a bespoke session for your school or department, then please contact us at tel@sussex.ac.uk

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