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Grademark now includes voice comments!

Hello, Nicole and I have used this new feature; it’s a nice enhancement to the digital grading feature – Grademark – that is part of Turn It In. Look for more digital grading and Turn It In workshops in the Fall!


Instructors now have the ability to leave a voice comment in GradeMark to give students additional substantive feedback that is clear, engaging, and easy to understand.

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How to Get Rid of a Custom Grademark

Here are the steps to remove a Grademark tag you don’t want in your list anymore:
  • Open Grademark
  • Click the little wrench which opens up the Quickmark Manager
  • Choose the Set the QM you want to get rid of is in (Commonly Used)
  • Single click the QM you want to delete
  • Choose “Actions”
  • Single click “Other”
  • Click “Remove from this set”

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CTL to feature “Digital Grading” workshop on April 12

“Providing Electronic Feedback on Student Papers” will be held Thu, Apr 12 in the CTL, 12:15 – 1:30pm (lunch included). Join Chuck Prescott, Nicole Mooney, and other instructors to view and discuss methods of digital grading. Digital grading can save time and paper, and provide new options for giving feedback to students on their work. Lunch will be provided. Please register by April 10. Click here to register

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Professors Differ on Effectiveness of Plagiarism Software | The Cornell Daily Sun

Professors Differ on Effectiveness of Plagiarism Software | The Cornell Daily Sun.

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TurnItIn Quicksubmit workshop

Three faculty members attended this workshop on Nov 18th. Within 30 minutes, they were able to set up, search for, submit, and see the results of the TII “originality” (plagiarism) report. Now, when they wish to do a quick check of a paper, they just log in, click the Quicksubmit tab, and upload or copy and paste the student paper. Typically, the report takes less than 5 minutes to process. Another workshop will be offered 12:15 – 1:15pm, on Thu, Dec 1. Check the invitation in your email for details.

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Wikipedia Tops List of Plagiarized Sources: New Study

“Where are students finding the materials they plagiarize in their papers? According to a new study, WIkipedia tops the list for both secondary and college students. But as a category, encyclopedia sites are among the least popular sources, coming in behind four other types of information outlets, including both academic sites and paper mills.

The study, Plagiarism and the Web: A Comparison of Internet Sources for Secondary and Higher Education Students, analyzed more than 33.5 million….”

Wikipedia Tops List of Plagiarized Sources — Campus Technology.

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TII Quicksubmit instructions

Please click the link below if you want to quickly submit a paper for an originality (plagiarism) check. This method does not require you to set up a class or upload an assignment.


  • Quicksubmit is ONLY for the originality check
  • You cannot use Grademark or other features of TII with Quicksubmit
  • You must first request an account in TII (see instructions)

Check the CTL Workshops/Events link for upcoming workshops on Quicksubmit, or if you are tech-oriented, follow the instructions below.

Click here for the Quick Submit instructions

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Plagiarism in the Digital Age

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