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  1. Turn editing on, on the relevant Moodle course and navigate to the relevant Turnitin assignment.
  2. Click Edit > Edit settings.
  3. Scroll to the GradeMark Options section and expand it.
  4. Click on Launch Rubric Manager. The Rubric Manager window will open. 
  5. Click on the list icon and select Upload rubric/ grading form (refer to screen shot below). This will open a new window.
  6. Download the example template provided and save it.
  7. Edit the various fields and save it.
  8. Select Upload Rubric/ grading form to re-upload the completed excel sheet.
  9. Once uploaded you can edit it further within the Turnitin interface.

Within the Turnitin

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edit settings interface

  1. Turn editing on, on the relevant Moodle course and navigate to the relevant Turnitin assignment.
  2. Click Edit > Edit settings.
  3. Scroll to the GradeMark Options section and expand it.
  4. Click on Launch Rubric Manager. The Rubric Manager window will open. 
  5. Click on the list icon and select Create new rubric 
  6. Enter a rubric name in the text box that appears.
    • Refer to the section on this page titled, Editing a Rubric below for instructions on completing the Rubric table.
  7. Select a scoring method using the rubric scoring icons at the bottom of the window.
    • Standard rubric (percentage icon) - used for numerical scoring. This type of rubric allows you to enter scale values and criteria percentages. The criteria percentages combined must equal 100% as each criterion represents a percentage of the student’s overall grade. The maximum grade value for this type of rubric will be the same as the highest scale value entered.

    • Custom rubric (pencil icon) - can be modified to suit your grading needs. Descriptive scales and criteria can be entered while each rubric cell can be allocated its own point value as well as written feedback.
    • Qualitative rubric (Zero) - used for providing feedback without the use of numerical scoring. The scale and criteria used for this type of rubric are more descriptive than measurable.

  8. At the bottom of the table click on SAVE.
  9. To exit the pop-up window, click on Close in the top right hand corner of the background screen.
  10. Once you have closed the Rubric manager,  you will be returned to the Turnitin editing window interface. Use the Drop down menu under GradeMark Options to select your Rubric > Save and display.

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