Category: Turnitin

E-Assessment inspiration

Need some E-Assessment inspiration? Here are six e-assessment projects we are working on and keen to share…

Turnitin word count accuracy

How does the Turnitin word count work?
Is it accurate?
Can submissions be downloaded for selective word-counting?

Turnitin Feedback Studio

At Royal Holloway, University of London we switched to Turnitin Feedback Studio (TFS) and the Moodle V2 direct plug-in last week.  Approximately 50% of our submissions are marked using GradeMark, but the issues we had […]

Turnitin Administration and the Moodle rollover project

Turnitin assignments have been archived as part of the larger Moodle rollover and archive project. Summary: Session 14/15 Turnitin Assignments in Banner courses (but not those delivered through Partnerships) were archived and moved to the […]

Five tips for marking with Turnitin / Grademark

1. Use a supported browser Windows: Internet Explorer 9,10,11 Mozilla Firefox 15+ Google Chrome 23+ Mac: Mozilla Firefox 15+ Google Chrome 23+ Safari 5+ 2. Refer to our Moodle-based resources 3. Navigate from paper –to-paper […]

Problem solved? QR Codes, anonymous submission & SpLDs

Using Quick Response Codes in support of anonymous submission of work to Turnitin by students with Specific Learning Difficulties What is the problem? ‘the need for a simple and easy way of identifying students with […]

The Plagiarism Spectrum: Instructor Insights into the 10 Types of Plagiarism

  The remix, the mash-up, the 404, and the clone: what’s happening out there? The Plagiarism Spectrum moves plagiarism beyond the black-and-white definition of “literary theft” to one that captures the nuances of how plagiarism can […]

Analogue Turnitin?

I almost walked into a door when I saw this padlocked drop-box marked ‘Turnitin Box’.  What did it mean?  My worst fear was that somehow, somewhere, someone had managed to turn the digital, portable and […]