Turnitin is a tool you can use to help identify and reduce plagiarism in your courses. It compares your students' work with a database of over 929 million archived student papers, 67 billion web pages, and 178 million journal articles and subscription content sources, then generates a Similarity Report for your review.
There are two easy ways to start using Turnitin at Assumption:
NOTE: In addition, every student has a Turnitin course on their Brightspace page, where they can submit anonymously for any class, and get feedback that they alone, can view.
Self-evaluation -- Turnitin allows students to evaluate their own work for potential plagiarism prior to submitting it. Send them here for more info.
Peer review -- Turnitin offers an opportunity for you to have students review each others' work as part of the editing process.
Grademark -- Turnitin allows you to grade papers and add comments for your students directly online.
Assessment -- Turnitin allows you to create and apply rubrics for use in evaluation and assessment.
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