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To view student submissions when logged into Turnitin.com make sure you have an instructors role by selecting the Instructor tab at the top left of the screen.
Then choose the tab my classes located near the turnitin logo.
Select the class you wish to view assignments in by clicking the linked class name. A list of assignments will appear. Choose to view the assignment you wish to grade by clicking view in the actions column.
From this point you can choose to grademark the paper or view the plagiarism report
For specific information regarding the originality report, please refer to this video provided by Turnitin.com
If you are accessing the Turnitin Assignment via Blackboard, first you will need to make sure you have a teachers role by selecting the Teach tab. Then from the Course Tools menu on the left of the screen choose Course Content. Navigate to your turnitin assigment. Click on the assignment icon and Blackboard will automatically load turnitin as an embedded feature of Blackboard.
Turnitin has provided Blackboard users with a module that allows Turnitin Assignments to be created without leaving the Learning Management System.
To create a Turnitin Assignment using our current version of Blackboard, make sure you have a builders role by choosing the build tab near the top left of the screen.
From the Course Tools menu on the left of the screen choose Course Content. The Turnitin Assignment is built in this window.
At the top of the page you will notice a button called Add Content Link. Click on this button to access the options.
From the options on this menu choose Turnitin Assignment. Upon choosing this option you will notice a button called Create Turnitin Assignment.
Choose this option and you will be prompted to title your assignment and then create it.
Upon the assignments creation you will be prompted to choose options for the assignment. Notice that at this stage the options reflect an actual interaction with turnitin.com. If you are familiar with Turnitin.com you should know how to proceed. If you are unfamiliar with setting up assignments on turnitin.com please see the tutorials regarding this program.
The following are links to video tutorials for students. After viewing these student tutorials you will have an idea of the process your students will have to go through to be able to submit papers via turnitin.com
How to create a student Profile | Watch Now
How students enroll in your class | Watch Now
How students submit a paper | Watch Now
A complete student user manual for turnitin.com | View PDF
Once you have an account ID and password, you are able to set up your own course with your own Class ID and password. Follow this detailed tutorial information on setting up a course found at turnitin.com
The University subscribes to Turnitin with an institutional license. When you attempt to setup a course within turnitin.com, you will be asked for an account ID and password. Please email Brad Reamsbottom to gain access to this ID and password.