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How to export a Rubric from Turnitin Feedback Studio


Turnitin Feedback Studio can be used as part of your grading strategy within a submission point in Moodle as feedback could be provided to students using Turnitin Rubrics.

If you have not had a Turnitin Rubric yet, a new one can be created by taking the steps outlined in the following supporting material.

It is also possible to upload/import a Rubric into Turnitin as well as export an existing one to your device in case you would like to store it outside of Moodle or share it with colleagues by e-mail. Please note that exported rubric files cannot be opened on your device, they have to be uploaded to a DLE page to access the content.

How to export a Rubric from Turnitin Feedback Studio

To export a Rubric from Turnitin Feedback Studio, please follow the steps below:

  1. Please sign into your Moodle account and select the module where your submission point is located. Please open the submission point on a new page, and select the ‘Settings’ menu from the secondary navigation bar.
Screenshot of the ‘Settings’ menu (highlighted) in the secondary navigation bar of a submission point.
  1. In the settings, please scroll down to the ‘Turnitin settings’ section and then click on the ‘Launch Rubric Manager’ button.
Screenshot of the ‘Launch Rubric Manager’ button (highlighted) within the ‘Turnitin settings’ section under a submission point.
  1. A new window will pop up; where you need to click on the burger icon which is placed in the top-left corner. From there, please select the Rubric you would like to export from the list.
Screenshot of the burger icon (highlighted) and the selected Rubric (highlighted) from the list within the Rubric Manager.
  1. Once the Rubric is opened, click on the arrow that is placed in the top-right corner and then select ‘Export’ from the pop-up drop-down list. This will then download the file to your device with the file extension ‘rbc’.
Screenshot of the arrow (highlighted) and ‘Export’ button (highlighted) in the top-right corner of the Turnitin Rubric Manager.
  1. You can then share this with colleagues who will need to import the file to their DLE page to access and adjust the content or use it for a submission point in Moodle.
Updated on February 22, 2024
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