If you want to revise a TURNITIN assignment for a new score, averaged with the original one, please note the following protocol, which also appears in the Announcements section of the class page on Whipple Hill.  

If you have questions about the process or the rationale behind it, please leave a comment on this post, or contact me privately–by email or  in person. 

By: B Brown
YOU MAY USE THE FOLLOWING PROTOCOL ANYTIME DURING THIS SEMESTER, AS LONG AS YOU SUBMIT THE INITIAL ANNOTATED RUBRIC BEFORE THE START OF EXAM REVIEW WEEK.
If you have received below a 90% on a TURNITIN assignment and want to revise for an average of the two scores, download the corresponding rubric from the “Grading Rubric” section of our class page on the school site. On this rubric, identify the assignment you want to revise.
Check the same boxes of the rubric that I did on TURNITIN. On the BACK of the sheet, explain your specific plans for revision, based on the rubric and my marginal comments, both Quickmarks and other comments.
Hand the completed sheet to me, and wait for its return before you start revising.

Once you have submitted your revised assignment to TURNITIN, return the annotated rubric sheet to me, as a signal for me to assess the new version.

SPECIAL NOTE: YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO REVISE A SECOND ASSIGNMENT ONLY AFTER HAVING COMPLETED THE FIRST REVISION. A REVISION IS COMPLETE, ONCE YOU HAVE RETURNED THE ANNOTATED RUBRIC.

 

 

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