All Your Feedback in One Place
Check for Potential Plagiarism
Use Drag and Drop Comments
Leave Voice Comments
Grade by Rubric
Wherever You Are
Feedback Studio’s responsive design works on multiple devices—no downloads required.
Support Every Learner
Learning technologies should not limit, but enhance learning for everyone. Feedback Studio was built with accessibility in mind. We’ve partnered with accessibility experts to ensure student views are fully WCAG AA compliant and accessible via screenreaders and keyboard control.Our Accessibility Commitment Turnitin VPATs
Why Feedback Studio?
Reveal content matches in student writing. Help students take ownership of their work and practice proper citation.
Feedback only matters if your students engage with it. Reach your students with voice and text comments on specific phrases or entire assignments.
Save time with custom or pre-defined drag-and-drop sets of customisable comments. Share reusable comment libraries across your institution.
Grade objectively and consistently with standards-aligned rubrics and show students how specific parts of their work affect their grade.
Peer Review without Pressure
Encourage discussion and reflection among students. Automatically distribute work and collect student feedback anonymously.
Students see source matches and instructor feedback directly on their work, or in a conveniently formatted downloadable report.
Give the same rich feedback on the go. Turnitin Feedback Studio is also available on mobile, so feedback can be given at times and in places convenient to you.
NEW - Multiple Markers*
Using unique identifiable marking layers.
*Only through Integrations
Data at Scale to Support Feedback
Indexed Web Pages: 62 Billion
Student Papers: 734 Million
Academic documents from
books & publications: 165 million
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Ensure Originality and Integrity
10 Types of Unoriginal Work.
Favourite Feedback Fact and Fiction
Infographic exploring some common misconceptions about feedback, taken from a study of over 2,000 students and educators.
Closing the Gap
This recent survey of 1,000 students addresses the areas and types of feedback students receive and prefer, as well as the timeliness of that feedback.