Get same-day feedback on your writing.
What is Studiosity
UWE Bristol have partnered with Studiosity, which provides a Writing Feedback service that enables you to get same-day feedback on a piece of writing - draft essay, written assignment or a CV - helping you to improve your writing skills. You can submit work up to 4000 words and get it back the same day with tips and notes on how to make it better. This is available 24/7, 365 days a year.
When should I use Studiosity?
- After producing the first rough draft of your assignment.
- If you are unsure of your use of grammar.
- If you need some feedback at times when other support is not available.
- If you are tempted to use a service you have found on the internet and which may cause to you commit an assessment offence.
- Please note: you can use the service up to 8 times each academic year.
- We recommend you don’t submit the same assignment multiple times – the feedback you get first will help you to improve your work.
- You can apply what you learn from the feedback you get to improve the writing in your other assignments.
What kind of feedback will I receive?
- Use of sources
The feedback is not subject-specific and will not give you direction on a particular subject.
Studiosity Writing Feedback is not a proofreading service nor does it offer guidance on subject content. Studiosity will not give an indication of the mark or grade your work will get.
Our partnership gives free access to all UWE Bristol students and staff.
Remember, the best students know that they can ask for feedback and help.
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How to access Studiosity
You need to access Studiosity through Blackboard on your desktop or laptop.
Navigate to the Studiosity Blackboard area
If you are asked, enter your UWE Bristol username and password. Then select 'Enrol' and follow the guidance that appears on screen.
Please note that this is a live link straight into Blackboard. Single Sign On (SSO) means that students and staff can enter seamlessly but you may have to enter your username and password if the session is timed out on a non-UWE computer.
If you have further questions or if you have trouble getting into account visit the Studiosity support page or email the UWE Bristol Studiosity team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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