When logged into Moodle as a Tutor or Administrator, clicking a link to a Turnitin Assignment lands you on its Submission Inbox page
You can find a description of the Submission Inbox on Moodle Docs.
From the inbox, you can grade the work, or bulk download it.
The Turnitin video below shows how markers can:
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Use Grading Templates to mark offline assignments in Turnitin
To enter the Turnitin Feedback Studio select the similarity item, the pencil icon (or top right) of the grade item.
Learn how to view and interpret Similarity Reports as well as how to manage requests to view students' papers:
According to Turnitin:
" In the short term, we will not be making any changes to PeerMark. Our long term goal is to replace PeerMark with a new tool that our instructors and students can use with ease."
Consequently, we are recommending that staff thinking of introducing their students to peer marking consider using Moodle's Workshop tool for peer marking instead of Turnitin's Peer Mark. However, if you prefer, the PeerMark tool is still available for use and it "will continue to use the same interface (in Feedback Studio as it does in Turnitin Classic) for both Instructors and students".
27 Oct 2016 - There is an issue with PeerMark that if a student starts a review but does not submit it before the due date they will appear as 'submitted' after due date, but this is not reflected in the downloadable spreadsheet of scaled responses, as the attempt was never officially submitted. Therefore, the number of submissions in the spreadsheet will not reflect the number displayed in PeerMark. This can be identified by seeing if the student's review submission date was the same as due date. We are following this up with Turnitin, however PeerMark is still usable in the meantime, just be aware of this possible discrepancy if you use the downloadable spreadsheet.
Turnitin's PeerMark™ is a peer review assignment tool. Instructors can create and manage PeerMark assignments that allow students to read, review, and evaluate one or many papers submitted by their classmates. With the advanced options in PeerMark instructors can choose whether the reviews are anonymous or attributed, decide if students should be excluded from reviews, or pair students to assign students specific papers to review.
The basic stages of the peer review process:
Please see the Using PeerMark Assignments for details on how to set up a PeerMark assignment