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Genre-specific rubrics in Feedback Studio

Revision Assistant's genre-specific rubrics are now available in Feedback Studio, designed with 6th - 12th graders in mind!


K-12 instructors can assign new rubrics to their assignments to help their students master the art of argumentative, narrative, informative, and analytical writing.


If you're actively using Revision Assistant and Feedback Studio together, you can now promote consistency in the classroom by adopting the same rubrics.


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Where can I find my new rubrics?


Your new genre-specific rubrics can be found in Turnitin Feedback Studio via or inside your learning management system (LMS) integration.



Select a paper from the assignment inbox to open Turnitin Feedback Studio.


Select the rubric icon Screen Shot 2017-12-28 at 21.48.07.png from the toolbar.


Select the settings icon Screen Shot 2017-12-28 at 21.49.06.png from the rubric side panel to open the rubric manager.


Select the menu icon feather_1-1-0_menu_256_0_000000_none.png in the top left-hand corner of the rubric manager.


Select a rubric from the rubric list.


Use the Attach to assignment toggle at the bottom of the manager to attach the rubric to the current assignment.
Need more info? Visit our rubric how-to guidance.



The Turnitin Revision Assistant Crosswalks highlight the similarities between our genre-specific rubrics and some of the most popular writing rubrics in the country, such as the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) ELA Text-Based Writing Rubrics.


Check out the  Crosswalks section within the Revision Assistant Curriculum Resources for more info.

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