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Storage for papers checked by Turnitin

Question asked by Natalia Krasnopolskaia on Oct 10, 2018
Latest reply on Oct 11, 2018 by dhulsey@nmjc.edu

We switched from Blackboard to Quercus. When in the past, students uploaded reports first to Blackboard, and then to Turnitin, I could always find the papers on the Turnitin web site during very long period, for years. On Quercus, Turnitin gives immediate evaluation of a similarity index and makes it possible to download the examined paper. This is very convenient, because the TAs/Markers do not need my assistance in checking the index of similarity. However, when the course is over, and the Quercus database becomes unavailable, where are all checked papers with similarity highlights stored if I need to open a student's paper in one year or later?

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