This guide relates only to assignments created using the new Turnitin LTI assignment tool.
Accessing Turnitin Assignments
In your course, you can access all Turnitin assignments by going to the submission point for the relevant assignment.
Click on the title of the assignment.
From the Assignment Inbox, under the Grade column, click on the pencil icon under the Grade column. This icon indicates that this student’s submission has not yet been marked.
The Turnitin Feedback Studio opens in a new window showing the paper submitted by the student on-screen. The feedback and similarity tools are shown in the right-hand panel.
Sort papers in the Inbox
You can sort the list of Assignments by any of the available columns by clicking on the heading name.
- Paper title
- paper ID
- Uploaded date
Search the Inbox
The search results will show as a filtered version of the inbox. The search covers all the columns.
When anonymous marking is enabled, you will not be able to see the Author’s name.
The authors name can be revealed if necessary, click on Reveal author’s identity and add the reason, such as a corrupt file, then click on Reveal.
The name can not be hidden again but will remain revealed in the Assignment Inbox.
Anonymous Turnitin Assignment submissions cannot be directly accessed via the Grade Centre or Needs Marking until the Feedback Release date has been reached.
See Turnitin LTI: Anonymous marking
By default, when you view the Turnitin assignment inbox, 25 papers are displayed on screen, but you can change your settings to display all papers at once.