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Wealth of standard responses

Posted on: March 1, 2019

Turnitin’s Feedback Studio is not perfect, but I appreciate being able to mark up and comment on assignment online.

Its most valuable feature is QuickMarks. This is an archive of standard responses I have collected over years of providing feedback on essays.

My QuickMarks in Turnitin's Feedback Studio.

But I do not trust a third-party to keep my responses backed up. So I manually copied and pasted them in a Google Doc.

Even though each header and comment is short, the entire collection is currently nine pages long. This backup is longer than the essays that my students write!

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