where is turnitin?
Hello Lisa, I am not sure if you are approaching this from the perspective of a course teacher or student, so I will mention a bit about both. First, if you are a teacher and would like to add a TurnItIn box as an assignment in your class, you go to "assignments", create an assignment, and under "assignment type" choose "external tool". You may need to then click on the "find" button under "external tool options" and scroll down until you see TurnItIn. Once selected you can fill in the rest of the assignment details and when you save or save and publish, you will see a TurnItIn submission box screen where you will go to review student submissions. From this screen you can also access other TurnItIn settings such as those that do or do not add the submission to their pool of papers or allow multiple submissions. This is the way the system functions at my institution although it may be different at yours. If these steps do not work you might contact Canvas Support or the Canvas support team at your institution (IT, eLearning, etc.) to see if they have any suggestions.
If you are a student, once a TurnItIn box has been created and published, it should appear where you would expect other assignments in Canvas to appear. Instructors can determine to a large extent how students access assignments but you may be able to find the assignment by going to the following location: Course Calendar, your To Do list, at the bottom of the Syllabus tab, through the Assignments tab, or under a particular module in the Modules tab. A link to an assignment could actually be placed anywhere in Canvas or provided as a link in an external document, so if you are a student and cannot find a TII box you expect, I would contact either your course instructor, Canvas Support, or the Canvas support team at your institution for insight into what may be happening.
I hope this helps and best wishes!
Thank you so much for this detailed reply.
I really appreciate it!
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Hi there, Lisa dethridge...
In addition to the great information that Eric Werth to you last week, I wanted to share some tutorial videos that I've found which may be of help. The screen shots you see in these videos may be slightly out-of-date, but the overall concepts are the same.
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