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Assignments

Instructor

 

The assignment inbox allows you to view a list of the students in your class, specifying which students have and have not submitted to the assignment. The assignment inbox offers search functionality, enabling you to search for specific students in a class; this can be identified by the magnifying glass icon. The assignments that are graded, ungraded, and not submitted are grouped together for easy viewing. Whether a paper has been graded or not, the similarity score will appear as a percentage for each assignment.

Accessing the Assignment Inbox

 

1.  If you are holding your iPad in portrait orientation, you must tap Accounts in the top left-hand corner to access the app sidebar. Skip to step 2 if you are holding your iPad in landscape orientation, as the sidebar will already be visible.

 

 

 

2. Tap your account name in the Feedback Studio for iPad sidebar.

 

 

 

3. Tap your class name in the Feedback Studio for iPad sidebar.

If you access Turnitin as both an instructor and a student, you can select the user type you wish to view in-app, or simply select both for an overview of all classes.

 

 

 

Note: Class sections can be created by converting a standard class to a master class. Master classes are useful when sections of a class are taught by other instructors (referred to as teaching assistants in a Turnitin master class). A top-level master class is created to oversee the section classes. Click here for more guidance on creating master classes and managing sections.

 

4. You will now be able to see your list of assignments in the sidebar. Each assignment option will advise you how many students from your class have submitted their assignment and how many assignments that you have already graded. Tap the assignment to view the assignment information in full.

 

 

 

 

5. Once you have selected the assignment from the sidebar, the assignment inbox will appear in full in the main body of the app.

 

 

 

Note: The red clock icon alongside a submission date indicates that the submission was submitted late.

 

Viewing Assignment Information

 

The Assignment Information allows you to view the key details of the assignment from one area of the Feedback Studio for iPad app. This section allows you to see the following assignment information:

 

  • Title
  • Start date, due date and post date
  • Point value
  • Number of students
  • Number of submissions, graded submissions, and submissions to grade

 

1. To view the assignment information, tap the information icon from the top right-hand corner of the page

 

 

2. You can now view the Assignment Info in full

 

 

Student

 

Key assignment information is available directly from Feedback Studio for iPad. From the assignment information page, you can do the following:

 

  • Access your scores and feedback
  • View your digital receipt
  • Read assignment instructions detailed by your instructor
  • Identify whether your instructor has allowed late submissions
  • Identify whether your instructor has allowed resubmissions
  • View the rubric that your instructor will use to grade your paper
  • View key assignment dates at a glance
  • Email your instructor directly from your iPad

Locating an Assignment

 

1. If you are holding your iPad in portrait orientation, you must tap Accounts in the top left-hand corner to access the sidebar. Skip to Step 2 if you are holding your iPad in landscape orientation, as the sidebar will already be visible.

 

 

 

 

2. Tap your account name in the Feedback Studio for iPad sidebar.

 

 

 

 

3. Tap your class name in the Feedback Studio for iPad sidebar.

If you access Turnitin as both an instructor and a student, you can select the user type you wish to view in-app, or simply select both for an overview of all classes.

 

 

 

Note: Class sections are useful when sections of a class are taught by different instructors (referred to as teaching assistants in a Turnitin master class). This allows different instructors to assign work to students related to their own section, as well as provide feedback on this work.

 

4. From the assignment list, tap the assignment you would like to access. Each assignment will show the assignment's due date and submission status. Tap the assignment to view the assignment information in full.

 

 

 

 

5. Assignment information is now available on-screen. If you have already submitted your paper to Feedback Studio for iPad, you can access your scores and feedback, as well as your digital receipt. If you are yet to submit, you can submit your paper from this page. Click here to view guidance on submitting your paper.

 

 

 

Viewing a Rubric or Grading Form

 

The assignment rubric or grading form allows you to view the criteria and scale that your paper will be marked against.

 

1. To view how your paper was graded, from the assignment information page...

 

1a. Click View Rubric.

 

 

1b. Click View Grading Form.

 

 

 

2. The assignment rubric or grading form can now be viewed on-screen. Click Close to return to the assignment information page.

 

Rubric:

 

 

Grading Form:

 

 

 

Note: You are able to view an assignment's rubric or grading form at any time before or after making a submission to Turnitin.

 

Viewing Your Digital Receipt

 

Your digital receipt confirms your submission and details the following:

 

  • Submission author
  • Submission date
  • Submission ID
  • Submission title
  • File name and size
  • Page, word, and character count

 

1. Tap the View Digital Receipt button from the assignment information page.
 

 

Note: You will not be emailed your digital receipt for an iPad submission. The email sent is simply a confirmation of your submission.

 

 

2. Your digital receipt can now be viewed on-screen. Click Close to return to the assignment information screen.

 

 

Downloading Your Digital Receipt

 

Tap the download icon from the right-hand corner of your digital receipt to save it to your iPad. You will be prompted to select a download destination.

 




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