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 90,000 journals, periodicals, and books and more than 135 million student papers and generates OriginalityCheck reports for you to review.
There are two easy ways to start using Turnitin at Assumption:
This short video gives an overview of the features of the OriginalityCheck reports that Turnitin generates for your students' assignments.
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.