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Import and export QuickMarks and Rubrics in Feedback Studio


1. Introduction

This guide provides information about sharing QuickMarks and rubrics with other instructors.

What are QuickMarks?
QuickMarks are feedback comments that you can save and reuse across Turnitin assignments as appropriate. You can create multiple QuickMark sets, for example a set relevant to a specific course or level of study. More information about QuickMarks is available in our leaving feedback guide.

What are rubrics?
Rubrics are scorecards that you can use to evaluate student work against defined criteria. You can create and share rubrics with other instructors. This means that you can upload a rubric provided by another instructor for use in your own Feedback Studio account. More information about rubrics is available in our creating rubrics guide.


2. Export QuickMarks to share

If you have created a QuickMark set that you feel would be useful for another instructor, you can export it from Feedback Studio and send your colleague a copy of the downloaded file.

a. In Feedback Studio, access the QuickMark Manager by clicking the icon from the tools panel on the right. It looks like a tick inside a box.
Image showing the QuickMarks icon highlighted in the tool bar

b. Click the cog icon in the QuickMarks side panel.

Image showing a highlighted cog icon

c. Click the menu icon at the top left of the QuickMark Manager, then select the set you want to export. 

d. When you have selected a QuickMark set, click Download Set from the drop-down menu. 

e. Check the default downloads folder on your computer to find your exported QuickMark set. This will be a .qms file. You can then share this with other instructors, so that they can import a copy into Feedback Studio.

3. Import QuickMarks into your account

If another instructor has sent you a copy of a downloaded QuickMark set (a .qms file), you can import it into your account to use when leaving feedback on Turnitin submissions.

a. In Feedback Studio, access the QuickMark Manager.

b. Click the menu icon at the top left of the QuickMark Manager, then click Upload Set from the drop-down menu. 

c. When you QuickMark set has finished uploading, you can click Open to view and edit it. Note, this is a new copy of the QuickMark set, so you can make changes without affecting the original.

4. Export a rubric to share

If you have created a rubric that you feel would be useful for another instructor, you can export it from Feedback Studio and send your colleague a copy of the downloaded file.

a. In Feedback Studio, click the Rubric icon from the toolbar on the right.

b. Click the cog icon in the rubric panel.

c. Click the menu icon at the top left of the Rubric and Form Manager, then select the rubric you want to export. 

d. When you have selected a rubric, click Download from the drop-down menu.

e. Check the default downloads folder on your computer to find your exported rubric. You can then share this with other instructors, so that they can import a copy into Feedback Studio.

5. Import a rubric into your account

If another instructor has exported a Turnitin rubric and shared it with you, you can upload it into your Feedback Studio account to edit and use when marking and leaving feedback.

a. In Feedback Studio, click the Rubric icon from the toolbar on the right.

b. Click the cog icon in the rubric panel.

cClick the menu icon at the top left of the Rubric and Form Manager, then click Upload Rubric/Grading Form

d. You can drag and drop the rubric file or click browse to locate it on your computer.

e. When you rubric has finished uploading, you can click Open to view and edit it. Note, this is a new copy of the rubric, so you can make changes without affecting the original.



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