Can I, as the instructor, submit a student's paper through Turnitin? If so, how?
Hello Donna King,
This answers depends on where you want the originality score to appear and what you want to do with the originality score. Also your permissions within Canvas and your access to Turnitin.
***Anytime you use Turnitin.com you will not see the submission in SpeedGrader and if you create the assignment in Turnitin.com then you will not see that assignment in Canvas.
At the moment, I think that covers all of the scenarios that I can think of but please let me know if I didn't cover the correct one.
Hi Donna King,
I want to expand a little bit on one of the suggestions provided by Kori Schneider and that relates to direct access to TurnItIn.
If you want to check a paper that has already been turned in by a student, you can do so by logging in directly to TurnItIn. However, you must have set up at least one Canvas assignment to use TurnItIn first. If you have already used TurnItIn through Canvas, skip to step 2.
Step 1. Creating a TurnItIn Assignment in Canvas.
The process to create a TurnItIn Assignment within Canvas is as follows:
Step 2. Setting up a direct account on TurnItIn (can only be done after you have done step 1 at least once).
At this point I suggest clicking on the User Info link at the top of the page, and set Activate Quick Submit to Yes (and save). This will add a Quick Submit tab to your TurnItIn interface which makes it easy to upload files directly without creating an assignment.
I hope this helps.
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