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Updated student turnitin

  1. 1.  Learn how to turnitin
  2. 2.  Prevents plagiarism  Allows for better reviewing and grading  Tracks your progress
  3. 3.  Turnitin helps to ensure originality in student writing by comparing papers with over 150 million assignments and billions of web pages. It will begin by comparing your paper with papers from other Molloy students.  It tells the professor the percentage of the student’s assignment that was found in these other papers and can also show them the original work where the lifted section was found. The professor always has final say over the analysis of your paper.
  4. 4. If this is your first time using turnitin, click on “Create an account”. Note: Do not put the log in information you receive into these fields! It will not work! These fields are to be used after you create an account
  5. 5. First time users click here
  6. 6. Enter the log in information you received in your email or from your professor here Fill in these boxes with your personal information
  7. 7. Note: This is further down on the same page as the previous slide Choose your own question and answer Now choose “I agree – create profile” Create your own, unique password here. Do not use the same password as the one you entered previously! Click here
  8. 8. If you have registered successfully, you will receive a confirmation email similar to this
  9. 9. Now you can log in to the system using your email and the password you created
  10. 10. Click on your instructor’s name to send them an email Click on the class name to go to the class homepage If you already have a turnitin account, click this tab and enter the class id number to enroll in the class
  11. 11. If your professor allows you to resubmit your paper, check the “resubmit” button. Note: This will depend on the individual professor Click “view” to see notes from your teacher and the originality report If your professor has added a rubric, click here to see it If your instructor has any additional information for the assignment, you can find it here If this is your first time handing in an assignment, click on the “submit” button Choose this icon to download your original paper
  12. 12. Choose whether you will upload your paper or cut and paste it. Note: If you choose to cut and paste, formatting may be affected. You can upload a file that was saved on your computer, from Dropbox, or from Google Drive
  13. 13. Preview your paper to ensure you chose the right file You must click on the “submit” button a second time or your paper will not reach the professor!
  14. 14. You will also receive an email confirming your submission, print this out for your records!
  15. 15. Click on the arrow to see specifics of a particular match Click here to see the originality report The number on the left corresponds with the original source number on the right The system lets you and your professor see what is a match and where it found the match
  16. 16. When you click on the arrow, the matching section is displayed in red Choose “full source view” to see the matching section in the original document
  17. 17. This feature allows your professors to grade your work and make comments digitally. Depending on your professor, this may mean you can get feedback on your papers earlier.
  18. 18. Comments in purple are generated by the system Comments in blue are from your professor Hover over GradeMark icons to see what your professor has to say or a definition of the abbreviation Your professor may add longer comments in this field
  19. 19. The system allows for easy writing workshops. Your professor may assign you a paper from another student (may be anonymous) to review and comment on. Sometimes your professor will also post questions for you to answer. Your review may have your name attached or it may be nameless. The comments look the same and feature the same options as GradeMark, they are just created by a peer instead of a professor.