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Create, manage and mark a Turnitin Assignment. Guidance about similarity checking.

Turnitin: Download Files

There may be occasions when you need to download students’ submissions to Turnitin, such as: To print out paper copies of students’ work submitted electronically. To save a copy of student work locally to your computer, to either view it offline or mark outside of Turnitin. To archive copies of either the original file submitted

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Turnitin: Anonymous marking

Anonymous marking is addressed in The University Examinations and Assessment Handbook, which states: “Wherever practicable and appropriate, coursework should remain anonymous to the marker until the marking has been completed.” How does anonymous marking work in Turnitin? Turnitin allows for the anonymous marking of papers submitted by students, by hiding students’ names from markers and

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Turnitin: QuickMarks – Create a QuickMark Set

QuickMarks is the name used within Turnitin for frequently used comments that can be inserted into a student’s assignment. These comments can be created, saved and re-used on any assignment from an individual marker’s library of comments.  They are available from the QuickMarks section of the Instructor Feedback toolbar when marking an assignment using the

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Turnitin: A staff guide to interpreting the Similarity Report

This guide describes what a similarity report shows and how to interpret matches highlighted on a student’s assignment submitted to Turnitin. The similarity report is an effective way to: Check that online sources in an assignment have been properly cited and the text has not simply been copied without appropriate referencing. Help students as a

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Turnitin: A staff guide to viewing the Similarity Report

The similarity report highlights text in a student’s paper that matches an online source. Lecturers can choose to generate a similarity report when a student submits their assignment through Turnitin in Blackboard. Why make use of Similarity Reports? The similarity report can be used as a formative learning tool to assist students in understanding and

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