Turnitin

Turnitin Feedback Studio

Turnitin is an electronic submission tool that allows students to submit their written assignments in a variety of formats, each submitted piece of work is then checked for originality against a vast database of books, journal articles, web resources and previously submitted student papers a percentage originality score is produced along with a report identifying text in the submission which has matched other sources.

Feedback Studio is the new interface for Turnitin and it combines both Grademark and Originality into one toolbar that can be accessed from the menu. The tools that were available previously are still available now but they are split into different sections (layers, feedback, similarity and download). There has been no changes to the assignment inbox and the way that papers are submitted, but the navigation has been changed which allows tutors to give feedback easier.

iPad App: Turnitin launched an iPad app in August 2013 which allows you to mark work on the iPad including while you're not connected to the internet. This video shows you how to set the app up to work with the UK version of Turnitin and how to link it to your modules, to watch the video click on the link: https://unitube.hud.ac.uk/View.aspx?ID=12998~5q~jKJJMsVWEY
 

Originality Checking and Electronic Marking

You can read more about Originality Checking and Electronic Marking here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have not yet used Feedback Studio, here is the video from Turnitin explaining the differences between Turnitin Classic and Feedback Studio

 

Feedback Studio Toolbar                         

             

Screencast & How-to Guides

Below are some useful screencasts and how-to guides to help you use Turnitin:

Useful Links to Websites & Resources

Below are some useful links to external resources on Turnitin:

Turnitin FAQ

To view Turnitin FAQ, click here

 

If you have any feedback, suggestions for improvement or spot any errors on this page, please email further details to: ipark@hud.ac.uk, thank you.