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  • Turnitin will not only be compared against live internet pages, but also against academic and professional content not available on the public internet, including millions of commercial pages from books, newspapers and journals.
  • Training For Turnitin Through Blackboard Student V 2

    1. 1. Training for <br />JISC <br />through Blackboard <br />Dr Esyin Chew<br />1<br />
    2. 2. Objectives <br />JISC Turnitin<br />To understand the concept and advantages of JISC Turnitin through Blackboard <br />To submit an assignment and interpret the originality report. <br />To view your assignment and report online<br />2. Conclusion and Q&A<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Any of you have heard or used Turnitin or any other Plagiarism detection tools? <br />3<br />
    4. 4. 1. What is Turnitin? <br />Turnitin is recognised worldwide as the standard online plagiarism prevention service. <br />Turnitin is the first choice for 450,000 academics in 100 countries at over 6,500 institutions with over 60 millions student papers proceed! <br />95% of UK universities (incl Oxford and Cambridge) use this award winning technology. <br />
    5. 5. <br /><br />Turnitin Originality Report <br />Turnitin Originality Report <br /><br /><br />Submit assignment<br />Resubmit assignment before the due date <br /><br />Create <br />Assignment<br />Submission link<br /><br />Option 1: Download/ Print + mark offline<br />Option 2: Mark online (GradeMark)<br />To understand the concept and advantages<br />Student<br />After the due date… <br />Lecturer <br />5<br />
    6. 6. 6<br />Screen Shot for an Originality report <br />
    7. 7. 1. What is Turnitin? <br />Turnitin<br />searches against over 9 billion pages of web content, more than 10,000 subscription-based journals and periodicals articles<br />searches against previously submitted paper<br />supports Originality Reports and content searches in 30 languages<br />A tool to help you! <br />
    8. 8. 2. To submit an assignment<br />Student<br /><br /><br />Submit assignment<br />Create <br />assignment<br />Lecturer <br />8<br />
    9. 9. 2. To submit an assignment from a student’s view <br />A quick walkthrough: <br /><ul><li>Select a module / course
    10. 10. Click on the “Assessment” button
    11. 11. What happens after the due date? E.g. Criminology Project
    12. 12. Submission before due date: Intro to Social Research Method
    13. 13. Assignment information
    14. 14. Click on the “Submit” button
    15. 15. Select “File Upload”
    16. 16. Student name will appear by default
    17. 17. Assignment title followed by a hyphen and then the student ID, i.e. Assignment1-08123456.doc
    18. 18. Digital receipt will be shown.
    19. 19. Turnitin will e-mail a receipt to the student’s university e-mail account: </li></ul>9<br />
    20. 20. 2. To submit an assignment from a student’s view <br />10<br />
    21. 21. <br />Turnitin Originality Report <br />2. To interpret the originality report<br /><br />Turnitin Originality Report <br />Student<br /><br /><br />Submit assignment<br />Create <br />assignment<br />Lecturer <br />11<br />
    22. 22. 2. To interpret the originality report<br />Student’s View: <br />Go to the same “View/Complete” link <br />Click the Show detailsorCollapse this assignment<br />Click on the coloured percentage bar to bring up the report<br />12<br />
    23. 23. 2. To interpret the originality report<br />What is a Originality Report? <br />It is Turnitin’s analysis of the submitted assignment, identifying any sections with matched text which may indicate plagiarism.<br />An Originality Report is typically generated within 10 to 15 minutes of submission. The report generation time may vary due to the levels of usage during certain periods of the academic year or due to a very large submission.<br />Pedagogically, it is not meant to penalise a student but to improve their academic integrity by avoiding plagiarism. <br />13<br />
    24. 24. 14<br />
    25. 25. 2. To interpret the originality report<br />1. The Originality Report is separated into three main sections in the default view: <br />Top section: a summary of the assignment and submission information.<br />Left section: assignment text with highlighted area for potential plagiarism detected (Note: exclude quoted or exclude bibliography). <br />Right section: information about sources which match the text. <br />2. The functions for excluding material are approximate and human judgement has to be used to determine if this is a case of poor referencing (which would get a poor mark) or plagiarism which is an academic offence.<br />3. Quotations can only be excluded if the quotation is shown with block-indentation or with quotation marks (“”) at the start and end.<br />15<br />
    26. 26. 16<br />The color of the report icon indicates the overall similarity index of the paper, based on the amount of matching or similar text that was uncovered. The possible similarity indices are: <br /><ul><li>Blue - no matching text
    27. 27. Green - one word to 24% matching text
    28. 28. Yellow - 25-49% matching text
    29. 29. Orange - 50-74% matching text
    30. 30. Red - 75-100% matching text </li></ul>IMPORTANT: These indices DO NOT reflect Turnitin’s assessment of whether a paper has or has not been plagiarised. Originality Reports are simply a tool to help an instructor and student find sources that contain text similar to submitted papers. <br />The decision to deem any work plagiarised must be made carefully, and only after in depth examination of both the submitted paper and suspect sources in accordance with the standards of the class and institution where the paper was submitted.<br />
    31. 31. <br />Resubmit assignment before the due date <br /><br />Turnitin Originality Report <br />Student<br /><br /><br />Create <br />assignment<br />Lecturer <br />17<br />
    32. 32. Resubmission <br />2. To resubmit an assignment<br />Same process with the first submission: <br /><ul><li>Click on the “Submit” button
    33. 33. Select “File Upload”
    34. 34. Student name will appear by default
    35. 35. Assignment title followed by a hyphen and then the student ID, i.e. Assignment1-08123456
    36. 36. Digital receipt will be shown.
    37. 37. Turnitin will e-mail a receipt to the student’s university e-mail account.
    38. 38. However the originality report will be generated 24 hours later.</li></ul>Technically this delay is automatic and allows resubmissions to correctly generate without matching to the previous draft .<br />Pedagogically, we advice student to make changes and improvement before submitting the next draft. <br />18<br />
    39. 39. <br />Resubmit assignment before the due date <br /><br />Option 1: Download + mark offline<br />Option 2: Mark online (GradeMark)<br />3. To View your grade<br /><br />Turnitin Originality Report <br />Student<br /><br /><br />Create <br />assignment<br /><ul><li>Click on the “red apple” to see the graded paper and feedback.
    40. 40. Visit the student guide pp.4-8 for further information </li></ul>Lecturer <br />19<br />
    41. 41. Conclusion<br />Turnitin only accept text-based document <br />Rename your file name to [title of the assignment – student ID]<br />Keep your digital receipt safe<br />Make improvement of your assignment by using the original report. <br />Benefits for you: <br />Formative assessment <br />Improve academic integrity <br />Digital receipt <br />Assessment feedback<br />20<br />
    42. 42. The good news for you!<br />SOURCES OF HELP at Glamorgan <br />Blackboard <br />Study Skills: free course for you (organization)<br />Support (tab)<br />Drop in Centres<br /> - http://edic.glam.ac.uk/<br />Essay writing skills module<br />Faculty Advice Shops<br />Image sourced from: http://extranet.rodbaston.ac.uk/extranet/images/IT/help_key.jpg<br />
    43. 43. The good news for you!<br />Your tutor, lecturer and award leader<br />Library Information and Service Desk <br />User Guides (PDF and Video), Turnitin Wiki (FAQ and guides)<br />LCSS Helpdesk <br />Image sourced from: http://extranet.rodbaston.ac.uk/extranet/images/IT/help_key.jpg<br />
    44. 44. Q&A<br /><ul><li>Wiki for the Glamorgan Turnitin experience: http://turnitin.wetpaint.com </li></ul>Dr. EsyinChew<br />Senior Lecturer in Technology Enhanced Learning, Teaching and Assessment <br />echew@glam.ac.uk<br />23<br />

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