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Turnitin archiving and retrieval policy

Although Turnitin makes every effort to keep submissions in perpetuity, there is no “guarantee” that submissions will actually exist indefinitely. No service can guarantee that data integrity will be preserved indefinitely.

However, as per our Registration Agreement:

iParadigms agrees to create an Originality Report for each submitted paper and to use reasonable efforts to make such Originality Report available online for a period of one hundred and eighty (180) days after the set archive date for a class, with subsequent access, as available, to be provided via request to Turnitin Support.

NB: If a paper is deleted from the assignment inbox by user action, then that paper is available for reinstatement for up to 90 days. If an account administrator requests that Turnitin Support delete the paper from the Turnitin database/repository, then that paper is immediately deleted and cannot ever be reinstated.

All submissions are stored in a database, regardless of whether they are for formative or summative purposes. However, if a submission is made to the “standard repository” then that paper can be searched against by future submissions for collusion matches. If a submission is made to “no repository” the paper is still “saved” to a database which cannot be accessed for collusion/matching purposes (submitting the same paper again will NOT result in a 100% match). It is important to note that it is necessary to save the paper in a database (even if “no repository” is chosen) so that the paper shows up in the inbox and so the instructor is able to actually read what the student submitted. There is effectively no difference in the archival policy for either “formative” or “summative” submissions.

How long does the submission remain accessible?

Submissions are accessible to students:  As long as the student is still enrolled to the course and the Turnitin account is active.

Submissions are accessible to instructors:  As long as the instructor is still an instructor for the class in question and the Turnitin account is still active.

The institution: Only the instructor of a class has access to any student submission. However, if a Learning Management System (LMS) is used at your institution, multiple instructors may be added via the LMS. Thus more instructors will have access.

Student papers remain accessible for 180 days after the course “expiration” what does this mean?

To clarify, Turnitin strive to keep student submissions accessible to both instructors and students “indefinitely” as long as the above conditions are met. And to further clarify, an institution’s Turnitin account must remain active in order for students and instructors to have access. So even if the class has expired, students and instructors can still access submissions after the course expires. However, once the Institution’s Turnitin account has expired, instructors, students and Turnitin staff will only have access to submissions for a period of 180 days, regardless of all other conditions.

NB: After the 180 days have passed, the institutional account becomes “inactive” and students and instructors cannot access submissions/data. However, the submissions/data may still remain on a Turnitin database as iParadigms do not generally go out of their way to delete that content. As such, if the institution chooses to renew the account, it may be possible to reinstate the “old” data.

How is expiration calculated?

All Turnitin classes have class “end dates.” In the Turnitin user interface, it is a required parameter when creating a Turnitin class. Turnitin uses whatever date the instructor has input. However, via an LMS, the class end date is variable, as “class end dates” don’t exist in an LMS. In general, Turnitin use a “default” class end date of 6 months after the first day the class was created. If after 6 months, there is additional need to use the class, the class AUTOMATICALLY “reactivates” for an additional time period (again, this is variable, but is generally 90 days).

Is the assignment due date or post date used?

No. The due date is only used for the assignments and the ability to allow students to submit their paper. The post date allows the students to view the GradeMark comments left by the instructor on their submissions. These are different to the class end date.

If Turnitin assignments are created afresh for each run of a Moodle module, how long do the previous instances remain readable?

Again, iParadigms strive to keep submissions available in perpetuity, so access to submissions should remain as long as the previous conditions mentioned are met (eg. students aren’t dropped from a class, instructors are still instructors for the class, the university still has an active account with Turnitin, etc..)

NB: iParadigms generally recommend creating new Turnitin assignments instead of “recycling” old ones as they tend to be easier to manage and organize. They’ve had some schools try to put tens of thousands of students into a single class, and the load times are such that they make the service effectively unusable. Having legacy students/submissions will have an effect on performance: creating new assignments circumvents that issue. Additionally, as classes/assignments grow, instructors may be more inclined to delete “older” material to maintain a “cleaner” and more manageable interface. And as mentioned above, if instructors “delete” a submission from the inbox, it is permanently deleted after 90 days.

Note: The links on this page are also available on the Virtual Gateway for Staff subheading Introducing Feedback Studio by Turnitin. As of October 2017 the support links associated with Brookes Virtual Help on the Wiki will be superseded by more user-friendly resources accessible via the Virtual Gateway. From that point, all Brookes Wiki support pages associated with this hierarchy will become obsolete. Please update your Bookmarks accordingly.

Support Wizard




Creating or Joining an Account - Joining an Account

From your instructor homepage, click the Join Account tab.

The account ID and join password is required, and can only be gained from your account administrator.

Note: With a single Turnitin account, you can create classes and assignments in multiple institions at once.. This information can be obtained from each institution's Turnitin administrator.


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Creating or Joining an Account - Joining an Account as a TA

From your instructor homepage, click the Join Account (TA) tab.

The master class ID and TA join password is required, and can only be gained from your instructor.

Click Submit.

Set your section name and enrollment password, then click Submit.


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Managing Classes - Creating a Class

Click the green + Add Class button.

Enter all class details.

If you're adding a master class, you must also enter a TA join password.

Your class enrollment and TA join password must be between 4 and 12 characters.

Click Submit.


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Managing Classes - Changing a Class Enrollment Password

From your instructor homepage, click the edit (cog) icon.

From the class update page, amend the class enrollment password, then click Submit.


    


Managing Classes - Reactivating an Expired Class

From your instructor homepage, click the edit (cog) icon.

From the class update page, amend the class end date, then click Submit.


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Managing Classes - Copying a Class

From your instructor homepage, click the copy icon.

From the copy class page, amend the class name and enrollment password.

Set the start date and time for the first assignment in your class, then click Save.


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Managing Classes - Editing Outside of an LMS

Assignments created through an LMS can only be edited within the LMS in which they were created. Therefore, you cannot edit your classes at Turnitin.com or TurnitinUK.com. You may receive an error message stating that 'editing has been disabled for this native account'.


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Managing Classes - Inactive Accounts

When your institution's Turnitin license expires, all classes in that account will change to read only/expired mode. Your institution's Turnitin account administrator needs to contact their Turnitin sales representative in order to renew the Turnitin license.

Once the institution's account is renewed, your classes will become available again.

Note: Student submissions are not available for inactive accounts. Once the inactive account is renewed, submissions will become available again.


    


Managing Assignments - Creating an Assignment

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

Click the green + Add Assignment button.

Select Paper Assignment as your assignment type, and click Next step.

Enter all assignment details, as well as any optional settings, then click Submit.


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Managing Assignments - Applying Online Grading Settings

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

Click More Actions, then Edit settings.

Select + Optional settings and scroll down to GradeMark.

From here, you can amend your rubric and ETS® e-rater® settings.

Click Submit to save these changes.


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Managing Assignments - Using Quick Submit

To ensure Quick Submit is enabled, click User Info from the top of your instructor homepage.

Under Account Settings, ensure Activate quick submit is set to Yes, then click Submit.

From your instructor homepage, click the Quick Submit tab, then click Submit.

Customize your search, then click Submit.

Enter the submission details and choose the file you wish to upload, then click Upload.

Check your submission, then click Confirm.


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Managing Assignments - Using the Assignment Inbox

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

For the assignment you wish to access, click View.

Use the Assignment Inbox to view submissions that you or your students have made.

Use the Assignment Inbox to organize student papers or view GradeMark reports.

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Managing Assignments - Viewing Submitted Papers in the Document Viewer

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

For the assignment you wish to access, click View.

Click the title of the paper to open the Document Viewer.


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Managing Assignments - Extending an Assignment

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

Click More Actions, then Edit settings.

From the class update page, amend the assignment end date, then click Submit.


    


Managing Assignments - Allowing Resubmissions

Click the class title from your instructor homepage.

Click More Actions, then select Edit from the dropdown.

Click + Optional Settings.

Scroll to the Generate Originality Reports for student submissions section.

Select immediately (can overwrite reports until due date).

Click Submit.


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Managing Assignments - The Post Date Explained

The post date feature is available for accounts using the grade book, online grading tools, or PeerMark. The post date is the date that grades and marked papers will be released for student view, meaning all students in a class will receive their feedback at the same time. It is recommended that the post date is set after the due date of an assignment, giving you time to leave feedback on student papers. However, if you prefer that feedback is released to students prior to the due date, this is possible, too. For PeerMark assignments, the post date must always be after the due date.

Note: Students cannot access grades or papers reviewed using online grading tools or PeerMark until the assignment post date/time has passed.


    


Managing Assignments - Editing Outside of an LMS

Assignments created through an LMS can only be edited within the LMS in which they were created. Therefore, you cannot edit your classes at Turnitin.com or TurnitinUK.com. You may receive an error message stating that 'editing has been disabled for this native account'.


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Managing Assignments - Opt Against Saving Submissions to the Turnitin Database

When a paper is submitted to Turnitin, the papers are generally saved to the Turnitin student repository database; this is to ensure that if the same paper (or parts of the paper) are submitted again, Turnitin will be able to find the match and flag this as possible plagiarism. This functionality is enabled by default. Instructors can opt against having submitted papers saved to any database.

When creating a new assignment, do the following:

Click the class name.

Click the + Add Assignment button, then choose Paper Assignment.

Create a name for the assignment and set the start, due, and post dates.

Click the Optional Settings link, towards the bottom of the page.

Scroll down to the Submit papers to: drop-down menu.

Select no repository.

Click the Submit button to save this assignment.


If you would like to change the settings for an existing assignment, do the following:

Click the class name.

Click More Actions for the assignment you wish to edit.

Click Edit settings from the drop-down menu.

Click the Optional Settings link, towards the bottom of the page.

Scroll down to the Submit papers to: drop-down menu.

Select no repository.

Click the Submit button to save this assignment.

Note: The new settings will only affect future submissions and not already-submitted papers.


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Managing Assignments - Viewing Paper Information

Click the relevant class name in which the paper in question resides.

Click View alongside the assignment in which the paper in question resides.

Click either the paper title or the similarity score to open the document viewer in a new window.

Click the i icon, located in the bottom left corner of the document viewer.

This will display the paper information, which, among other pieces of information, includes the submission ID, word count, resubmission count, and date last submitted.


    


Late Submissions - Allowing Late Submissions

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

If you are creating a new assignment where late submissions will be allowed, click the green + Add Assignment button, select Paper Assignment as your assignment type, then click Next step.

If you are editing an existing assignment to allow late submissions, click More Actions next to the assignment you wish to edit, then select Edit from the dropdown.

Click + Optional Settings.

Enter or edit any assignment details, as well as any optional settings.

To allow late submissions, you must ensure that Yes is selected under the optional setting: Allow submissions after the due date.

Click Submit.


    


Late Submissions - Sending a Reminder to Students

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

For the assignment you wish to access, click View.

Click Email non-submitters.

Compose your email, then click Send.


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Late Submissions - Viewing Late Submissions

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

For the assignment you wish to access, click View.

Any late submissions will appear in red in the Date column.


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Submitting Papers for Students

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

Click More Actions, then Submit.

Enter the submission details and choose the file you wish to upload, then click Upload.

Check your submission, then click Confirm.


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Submitting Papers for Students - Uploading a Single File

Click the class name for the assignment you wish to access.

From the Actions column, click View for the assignment you wish to submit a paper to.

Click the Submit File button to the left of the page.

Ensure Single File Upload is selected from the Submit: dropdown list at the top of the page. If Cut & Paste Upload or Zip File Upload is selected, you must change this before continuing.

If you are submitting on behalf of a non-enrolled student, select Non-Enrolled Student from the Author dropdown list, then enter the student's first name and last name, as well as the submission title.

If you are submitting on behalf of an enrolled student, select their name from the Author dropdown list, then enter the submission title.

You can choose your file from your computer, Dropbox, or Google Drive by clicking the respective buttons under Choose the file you want to upload to Turnitin:

By clicking Choose from your computer, this will allow you to locate and select the file from your device.

To upload a file from either Dropbox or Google Drive, you must log into these external services before you will be able to locate and select your file.

Once you have selected your file, click the Upload button. Turnitin will process the file, which should take no longer than two minutes to complete.

After upload, a preview of the file will appear to the right-hand side of the page. Please confirm the submission by clicking the Confirm button.

You will see a confirmation screen with a Submission ID at the bottom of the page. Please make a note of this for reference.

Note: You must choose an enrolled student from the Author drop down list in order for that student see that you've submitted on his or her behalf. Only enrolled students are able to see the results of your submission i.e. the Originality Report.


    


Submitting Papers for Students - Uploading Multiple Files

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

Click More Actions, then Submit.

Click Multiple File Upload from the Submit: dropdown menu.

Click the Choose file button to begin selecting files from your device.

Allow the paper to process, then select the relevant student's name from the Enrolled Student dropdown list.

Note: If your file is not accepted, you will be provided with a reason for this failure.

If the student you are submitting on behalf of is not enrolled in the class, enter their first name and last name in the text fields provided.

Enter the submission title.

Repeat this process for each multiple upload.

To exclude selected papers from being submitted to Turnitin, use the checkboxes alongside the paper to deselect them.

Click the Upload all button to upload the files to Turnitin. Alternatively, to cancel the operation, click Delete all beneath the list of uploaded papers.

The following page will advise you of the files that have been accepted, along with any files that have been rejected, requiring review.

Once you have reviewed all of your uploaded files, click the Submit button.

You will be directed to the assignment inbox, where all submissions to the assignment are listed.


    


Submitting Papers for Students - Activating Quick Submit

Click User Info from the top of any Turnitin page.

Under the Account Settings column, select Yes from the Activate quick submit drop-down menu.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Submit to save this change.


    


Submitting Papers for Students - Using Quick Submit

To ensure Quick Submit is enabled, click User Info from the top of your instructor homepage.

Under Account Settings, ensure Activate quick submit is set to Yes, then click Submit.

From your instructor homepage, click the Quick Submit tab, then click Submit.

Customize your search, then click Submit.

Enter the submission details and choose the file you wish to upload, then click Upload.

Check your submission, then click Confirm.


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Submitting Papers for Students - Experiencing Upload Issues

If an assignment is set to Allow Any File Type, Turnitin will accept any file that is less than 40mb (or approximately two million characters), a minimum of 25 words, less than 400 pages in length. Papers must not contain spaces in between every letter (l i k e t h i s).

If the assignment is set to Allow only file types that Turnitin can check for originality, only files that can generate Similarity Reports will be allowed to be submitted to the assignment.

Turnitin will currently accept the following file types to generate Similarity Reports:

  • Microsoft Word® (.doc / .docx)
  • OpenOffice Text (.odt)2
  • Google Docs via Google Drive™ (.gdoc files are NOT acceptable; please use Google Drive to upload .gdoc files)
  • WordPerfect® (.wpd)
  • PostScript (.ps/.eps)
  • Adobe® PDF
  • Microsoft PowerPoint® (.pptx, .ppt, .ppsx, and .pps)
  • Microsoft Excel® (.xls and .xlsx)
  • HTML
  • Rich text format (.rtf)
  • Plain text (.txt)
  • Hangul Word Processor file (.hwp)

Please note that we do not support:

  • Microsoft® Works (.wps) file types
  • .
  • Apple Pages file types
  • Spreadsheets created outside of Microsoft Excel (.ods).

If you are using an unsupported word processor, you may need to save the file as a .txt or .rtf file in order to upload to Turnitin.

If submitting with Google Drive™ online storage service, third party cookies must be allowed in your browser, or attempts to sign into Google to upload from Google Drive will fail. Please note that the Google Drive functionality is not supported with IE8 or below.

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Managing Students - Locking and Unlocking Students

Students can be locked or unlocked from a class once they have logged into Turnitin with their user profile. Locking a student will prevent the student profile from accessing the class.

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

From the class homepage, click the Students tab.

Click the padlock icon next to the student you wish to lock or unlock, then click OK.


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Managing Students - Removing Students

Students should be dropped from a class only if you are absolutely certain that the student user profile and its submissions are no longer needed. Dropped students cannot re-add themselves to the class.

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

From the class homepage, click the Students tab.

Click the trash can icon next to the student you wish to remove, then click OK.


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Managing Students - Adding Students Individually

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

From the class homepage, click the Students tab.

Click the Add Student button.

Enter your student's details, then click Submit.


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Managing Students - Adding Students from a List

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

From the class homepage, click the Students tab.

Click the Upload Student List button.

Choose the file you wish to upload, then click Upload List.

Review your uploaded list in Turnitin, then click Yes, Submit.

A student list must be 100 entries or less. The list must be a Microsoft Word, Excel, or plain text (.txt) file. The student's first name, last name, and Email address must be provided. To create your list, view our Word, Plain text and Excel formatting examples.


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Managing Students - Allowing Students to Self Enroll

From your instructor homepage, note down the relevant seven-digit Class ID.

Click the edit (cog) icon.

From the class update page, make a note of the enrollment password.

Share the Class ID and enrollment password with your students.


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Managing Students - Allowing Students to Self Enroll

If you are experiencing issues with adding students to a class, you may wish to view the student count for your institution to ensure that the student limit has not been reached. From the instructor homepage, click on the name of your institution to view the account's student limit and the number of active students.

The following information may help to resolve any student limit issues you encounter:

Multiple enrollments: Multiple enrollments can occur when a single student creates a new account for different classes within the same institution. Please advise students to visit the Turnitin support wizard directly and simply click the Raise a Ticket button at the bottom of this page.

Our support team can merge multiple accounts into one, whilst retaining student submissions, providing the student can prove ownership of each email address. Students must specify which email address that they would like to continue using in Turnitin, and provide the email address of all accounts that require consolidation. Once consolidated, this process cannot be undone.

You can also check for and delete multiple enrollments (duplicate accounts) of the same student by following these steps:

From the instructor homepage, click the relevant class name.

Click the Students tab located at the top of the class homepage.

Click Student name above the list of student names.

Look for any duplicate names in the newly alphabetized list.

Look at the dates next to the multiple students' names.

Click the drop (trash can) icon for all duplicated student names, except the version with most recent date.

Note: When a student account is dropped from a class, their submissions are also deleted.

Students in expired classes: Students in expired classes do not count against your institution’s student limit. If instructors do not expire outdated classes, students from a previous term will still be counted. Please expire any unused classes.

You can expire unused classes by doing the following:

From the Instructor homepage, click on the edit (cog) icon for the relevant class.

From the class update page, amend the class end date to a date in the near future, then click Submit.


    


Similarity Reports - Viewing a Similarity Report

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the filter and settings (funnel) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

Choose to exclude, quotes and/or bibliography, then click Apply Changes.


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Similarity Reports - Interpreting a Similarity Report

Turnitin does not check for plagiarism in a piece of work. We will check a student's work against our database. If there are instances where a student's writing is similar to, or matches against, one of our sources, we will flag this for your review.

Our system uses an advanced algorithm to find the 'best' sources that match text within student papers; we call this the 'match overview' in the similarity report. The match breakdown shows a breakdown of the sources found in the match overview. Therefore, the match breakdown reveals any additional sources that overlap the same matching content contained within a selected match overview source.

If your student has used quotes and has referenced correctly, there will still be instances where a match will be found. The similarity score makes you aware of problem areas in a student's paper; you can then use this as a tool as a part of a larger process, in order to determine if the match was acceptable.

The similarity percentage indicates the overall similarity score of the paper, based on how much matching text was found (as a percentage of the total text in the submission). A breakdown of the scores with the color code is listed below:

  • Blue - 0% (a valid result)
  • Green - 1-24%
  • Yellow - 25-49%
  • Orange - 50-74%
  • Red - 75-100%

Once you see the percentage icon, this means that the report has generated. By clicking on the icon, the report will load in the document viewer.


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Similarity Reports - Excluding Quoted Material

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the filter and settings (funnel) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

Choose to exclude quotes and/or bibliography.

Click Apply Changes.


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Similarity Reports - Excluding Small Matches

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the filter and settings (funnel) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

Choose to exclude matches less than a specific percentage of words or number of words.

Click Apply Changes.


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Similarity Reports - Generating a New Similarity Report

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the filter and settings (funnel) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

Click New Report, check the warning information, then click OK.

Note: The new report may take several minutes to generate.


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Similarity Reports - Downloading Reports and Digital Receipts

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the printer icon in the bottom right-hand corner.

To download the similarity report, activate the similarity layer, then click Download PDF of Current View.

To download the digital receipt click Download of Digital receipt for printing.


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Similarity Reports - Report Generation Timescales

The similarity report for an initial file/paper submission is created within approximately ten minutes.

Note: Similarity reports for resubmitted assignments take 24-hours to regenerate; the similarity report and the similarity score (percentage) will not be available during this time.

Note: The 24-hour delay of similarity reports for resubmitted papers does not apply when an instructor submits on behalf of a student (after deleting the original submission from the inbox).


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Similarity Reports - Request Match Paper from Another Instructor

When a paper submitted to your class indicates a high percentage match to a paper submitted to a different institution, you can make a request to view this paper at another institution. Turnitin does not handle the paper exchange directly, but we do facilitate the transaction. Because of Turnitin's security and privacy policy associated with the student paper database, this information must to be passed from instructor to instructor outside of Turnitin.

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the match overview (graph) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

From the Match Overview side panel, click the arrow alongside the student paper source to reveal the match breakdown.

Hover over the submission you would like to view, then click the upwards pointing arrow.

The request paper page will appear.

Click the send a request to view this paper button.

A request will be sent via email to the other instructor. If the instructor replies to your request, the paper will be copied into the body of the return email.

Note: It is the choice of the Instructor that you contact as to whether they decide to share the paper. If the instructor that receives the request decides to share the paper, the process is as follows:

The instructor receives an email request.

The email will contain the 'original content' in the body of the email (the content being the full paper you've requested).

At this point, they can choose to reply. If they select reply, the original paper should be transferred in the body of the reply email.

The instructor making the request should have received the email from the instructor, granting access to the matching paper. Communication, at this point, may continue between instructors.

Note : Although Turnitin tries to make the paper transfer process as easy as possible, there can be some issues with transferring. For example, the receiving instructor may use an email client that strips the content or they might overwrite or delete the content accidentally. Turnitin plays no role in a match paper request after the original request has been made.


    


Similarity Reports - Causes for Submission Self-Match

If a student submits the same paper to multiple assignments (including revision assignments) in the same class, these papers will not match each other in a similarity report. This allows students and instructors to use the Turnitin similarity report as part of the review and resubmit process, without generating a 'false positive'.

Note: Similar papers submitted to a different class or via different accounts will match each other, even if they are submitted to the same instructor. Also, if an instructor submits the same paper as a 'non-enrolled student' to the assignment, then thiis will match the student's paper.


    


Similarity Reports - Opt Against Saving Submissions to the Turnitin Database

When a paper is submitted to Turnitin, the papers are generally saved to the Turnitin student repository database; this is to ensure that if the same paper (or parts of the paper) are submitted again, Turnitin will be able to find the match and flag this as possible plagiarism. This functionality is enabled by default. Instructors can opt against having submitted papers saved to any database.

When creating a new assignment, do the following:

Click the class name.

Click the + Add Assignment button, then choose Paper Assignment.

Create a name for the assignment and set the start, due, and post dates.

Click the Optional Settings link, towards the bottom of the page.

Scroll down to the Submit papers to: drop-down menu.

Select no repository.

Click the Submit button to save this assignment.


If you would like to change the settings for an existing assignment, do the following:

Click the class name

Click More Actions for the assignment you wish to edit

Click Edit settings from the drop-down menu.

Click the Optional Settings link, towards the bottom of the page.

Scroll down to the Submit papers to: drop-down menu.

Select no repository.

Click the Submit button to save this assignment.

Note: The new settings will only affect future submissions and not already-submitted papers


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Similarity Reports - Excluding Sources

From the Document Viewer...

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the match overview (graph) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

Hover over the match for which you would like to exclude sources.

Click the arrow alongside the match to view the match breakdown.

Click the Exclude Sources button and use the checkboxes to exclude the relevant sources.

As you click to exclude sources, the number of selected sources will be counted inside the red Exclude button.

Click the red Exclude button to exclude your selected sources from the similarity report.

Your recent exclusions will provide you with an updated similarity score.


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Similarity Reports - Viewing and Restoring Excluded Sources

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the view/edit excluded sources (no entry) icon in the bottom left-hand corner.

To restore only a select few sources, use the checkboxes to make your selection, then click the Restore button.

To restore all excluded sources, click the Restore All button.

Your restorations will provide you with an updated similarity score.


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Online Grading - Creating QuickMarks

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Ensure the GradeMark layer is active.

Click the QuickMark Manager (spanner) icon from the QuickMark sidebar.

Click the name of the set in which you'd like to add a new QuickMark.

Click the + icon next to MARKS.

Enter your QuickMark details, then click Save.

You can now apply this QuickMark to a paper by closing the QuickMark manager, selecting the chosen set from the drop-down menu, then dragging the QuickMark comment anywhere on top of the paper.


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Online Grading - Exporting/Downloading a QuickMark Set

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Ensure the GradeMark layer is active.

Click the QuickMark Manager (spanner) icon from the QuickMark sidebar.

Click on the name of a QuickMark set to export it.

Click the import/export (arrow) icon, then click Export Set...

Click OK to save the file.


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Online Grading - Importing/Uploading a QuickMark Set

Ensure the GradeMark layer is active.

Click the QuickMark Manager (spanner) icon from the QuickMark sidebar.

Click on the name of a QuickMark set to export it.

Click the import/export (arrow) icon, then click Import Set...

Click the Choose file button to locate the file(s) on your device.

Click the Import button to upload your .qms file to the QuickMark manager.

Click the Close button to view the QuickMark set.


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Online Grading - Using Rubrics and Grading Forms

Rubric scorecards can be used to evaluate student work based on defined criteria and scales. Grading forms can be used to provide free form feedback and scores to evaluate student work based on defined criteria. The rubric scorecards can be created by the account administrator and shared to all instructors on an account. Instructors can also create and share rubric scorecards, allowing other instructors to upload the rubric scorecard to their classes.


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Online Grading - Entering a Grade

From the Turnitin Classic document viewer...

Click the grade box in the top right-hand corner, displayed alongside the assignment's point value. e.g. -- /100.

Enter a grade into the textbox.

The grade box automatically displays ' -- ' until a grade is entered. Grades entered in this field will be saved to the grade book.


    


Online Grading - Scaling and Dropping Grades

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

From the class homepage, click the Grade Book tab.

Click the Scale button.

Enter a new value in the scaled value field, ensuring the values total 100% by the end of the class.

Click Submit.

To drop the lowest grade for all students, select Yes from the dropdown list, then click Submit.

You can reinstate a dropped grade, by selecting No from the dropdown list, then click Submit.


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Online Grading - Making ETS e-rater® Feedback Available to Students

ETS e-rater® functionality was added to help instructors with evaluating their students' papers. Students cannot see any comments (including e-rater®) until the assignment's post date has passed. As e-rater® technology is integrated with Turnitin's online grading tools, instructors must view a student's paper to load and review the the e-rater® comments that have been generated in Turnitin. This ensures that all e-rater® comments are authorized by the instructor before students gain access to them.

To clarify, instructors must access GradeMark in the document viewer once the post date has passed; instructors must wait for the ETS e-rater® comments to load, and adds a grade or comment. The student can, at this point, view their e-rater® marks.

e-rater®, ETS and the ETS logo are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service (ETS) and used under license.


    


PeerMark - Creating a PeerMark Assignment

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

Click the green + Add Assignment button.

Select PeerMark Assignment as your assignment type, and click Next step.

Select the paper assignment that the PeerMark assignment is based on.

Enter all assignment details, as well as any optional settings, then click Save & Continue.

Click Edit to select the number of papers each student will review, then click Save.

Click Save & Continue, then click the Add Question button.

Enter your question details in scale or free response format, or add from library, then click Save & Finish.


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PeerMark - Writing a Peer Review for a Student

From your instructor homepage, click the class title.

For the PeerMark assignment you wish to access, click View.

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