TurnItIn is a comprehensive cloud-based solution that helps students learn by facilitating personalized feedback and improves the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism. There are three types of assignments in TurnItIn: Paper Assignment, PeerMark Assignment, and Revision Assignment.
GradeMark, PeerMark, and Originality Reports are some of the tools students can use to view comments left by instructors and peers, and view originality of their document as compared to others.
Reveal content matches in student writing. Help students take ownership of their work and practice proper citation.
Grade consistently with rubrics and show students how specific parts of their work affect their grade.
Provide feedback to your students with voice and text comments on specific phrases or on the entire assignment. Save time with custom drag-and-drop sets of comments.
Encourage discussion and reflection among students. Automatically distribute work and collect student feedback anonymously.
Quick Start Guides
- Instructor Guides (Blackboard Basic integration)
- PeerMark Guides (Blackboard Basic integration)
- Create a Turnitin Assignment
- Creating a new QuickMark set
- Creating a rubric
- Assigning criteria to bubble comments and QuickMarks
Our current situation is dramatically changing the way we teach and learn. To support you, Turnitin launched a Remote Learning webpage featuring a curated collection of resources to help you make the most of Turnitin Feedback Studio in remote learning environments.
The similarity report (originality report) will reveal content matches in your writing assignment. Make sure to properly cite your work.
TurnItIn improves the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism and providing quick feedback to students.
This tool allows students to have discussion and reflection among other students. Papers are automatically distributed and you may see peer feedback anonymously. TII Quick start Guides for Students.
For information on accessibility with TurnItIn, see the TurnItIn Website.
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