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Using Turnitin with LMS Moodle
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Turnitin is the leading originality checking and plagiarism prevention service used by millions of students and faculty, and thousands of institutions worldwide. Turnitin encourages best practices for using and citing other people's written material.
• Generate an originality report

• Assign a Rubric
• Check against the Internet
• Check against journals, periodicals and publications


Using Turnitin with the LMS Moodle      |      About Turnitin


There are two ways to use Turnitin through the LMS Moodle.

01 Through the Activity Chooser

Create Lmsmoodlen Moodle Direct assignment: (Turnitin Assignment 2)

  1. Go to the Activity Chooser
  2. Choose the Turnitin icon
  3. Enter customized settings
  4. Set up the Activity
  5. Manage the uploaded student files through the Turnitin Submission InBox

 

A Turnitin Moodle Direct assignment links an activity in Moodle to an assignment or assignments on Turnitin. Once linked, the activity allows instructors to assess and provide feedback to student's written work, using the assessment tools available within Turnitin's Document Viewer.

 

02 Through the Assignment Tool:

  1. Go to the Activity Chooser
  2. Choose “Assignment”
  3. Enter the assignment settings, as usual
  4. The Turnitin Plagiarism Plug in Settings have now been added to the Assignment settings

The Moodle Turnitin Assignment Tool Creates a Turnitin Moodle Direct assignment which links an activity in Moodle to an assignment / assignments on Turnitin. Once linked, the activity allows instructors to assess and provide feedback for student's written work using the assessment tools available within Turnitin's Document Viewer.


Using Turnitin

After accessing Turnitin through Moodle, you will see a Support Wizard in the upper left that will walk you through some steps.


Browser Version of Support Wizard

http://turnitin.com/self-service/support-wizard.html

 

Instructor_QuickStart_Guide

Https://guides.turnitin.com/01_Manuals_and_Guides/Instructor/01_Instructor_QuickStart_Guide

Start with Step 5


Turnitin is an electronic text matching system that compares text in a student assignment against a database of sources. The database contains copies of electronic text on the Internet, in published works, on commercial databases, and in assignments previously submitted to Turnitin by students in universities all over the world, including assignments obtained from internet sites that sell student papers.

Turnitin provides an Originality Report in which 'matched' text is underlined, colour coded, and linked to either the original source or a similar document on its database. The report also provides an indication of the proportion of the submitted work that matches other sources, this is the Similarity Index.

Generate an originality report

Assign a Rubric
Check against the Internet
Check against journals, periodicals and publications



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