Turnitin improves the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism and providing rich feedback to students. Their core services are fully integrated: OriginalityCheck plagiarism prevention, PeerMark peer reviewing and GradeMark paperless grading. This integration is a major step in providing users with a productivity-enhancing "all-in-one" perspective of students' work.
Click on the video below for a brief overview.
Online Courses: Online instructors already have access to Turnitin through Canvas. Use the following resources to enable Turnitin for Canvas assignments.
In-person courses: In-person instructors have two options to access Turnitin. Option #1 is recommended since many students are already familiar with Canvas.
Option #1: All in-person courses automatically have access to a supplemental online Canvas shell. In-person instructors can utilize this shell to access Turnitin the same way online instructors can access. See the "Online Courses" section above for more info.
Option #2: Instructors can contact the technologist to request a Turnitin account to access the website directly. This account will give you access to www.turnitin.com to create courses, assignments, etc. Here are some step-by-step handouts you can give your in-person students.
With the switch over to the New Turnitin, this tool is no longer accessed through the External Tool function in Canvas assignments. Instead, you will select either file type and/or Text Entry and the Plgarism Tool will genertate additional options for you to select.
If you have already been using Turnitin, prior to 8/14/2023, please follow the bullet steps below:
After doing this for each assignment that uses Turnitin, you will be able to roll out your course, and, in the future, you will be able to roll over your courses each semester will relative ease.
The following support and training materials will assist students and instructors in getting started with their Turnitin accounts:
Turnitin Training Site: series of tutorials that feature videos and/or written documentation on features available to instructors at Clovis Community College.
Learn how Turnitin meets the Common Core State Standards.
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Mabel Lee Hawkins Center for Student Success
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Clovis, NM 88101
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