This guide gives a brief overview of Turnitin and its functionality.
This guide explains how to set up a Turnitin assignment and goes through recommended settings to use.
This guide explains how to make a change to an assignment once it has been created, along with how to delete assignments.
PeerMark assignments allow students to read, review, and evaluate one or many papers submitted by their classmates.
Academic Integrity Summary required for all summative assessments
An Academic Integrity summary needs to be added to the description field in Minerva on all links to summative assessments regardless of the tool being used to deliver the assessment. See the Academic Integrity Summary guide for guidance on how to add this for your Turnitin summative assessments, and the text you need to include.
Marking and Feedback
This guide gives a brief introduction as to where to mark, and what can be marked using Turnitin Feedback Studio.
This guide explains how to navigate around Feedback Studio and the options available in the toolbar.
This guide gives more detail on different the different marking tools and methods available within Feedback Studio.
The Turnitin App will allow you to mark student assessments using an iPad even if you do not have a Wi-Fi connection.
This guide explains how to release grades and feedback.
This guide gives with recommendations around moderation and applying late penalties.
How to add voice comment feedback of up to 3 minutes to assignments on Turnitin.
Looking for a particular guide? You may find the A to Z of Turnitin guides on this site helpful.
External Examiner Access
Quality Assurance have advised that all external examiners must have a Leeds IT account created before they can be given access to submissions and any other University systems (e.g. Minerva).
See, Leeds IT account for external examiners for more information.
This guide explains how Turnitin can be used to support plagiarism detection in line with University policy.
This guide explains how to open similarity reports, with links to Turnitin's guidance on how to interpret the report.
This guide covers frequently asked questions about the use of Turnitin in plagiarism detection.
This guide explains how to synchronise the Turnitin roster with your Minerva module.
This guide explains how to download individual papers and perform a bulk download.
There are two ways to download Turnitin submissions with rubric marks included. Find out more here.
This guide explains how to delete student submissions.
This guide explains how to re-enable classes to access papers that are showing as Read Only.
Turnitin has a copy assignment feature which you can use to copy previous assignment settings. Find out more here.
This guide explains how to identify and email students who have yet to submit Turnitin assessments