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What is Turnitin?
Turnitin is a suite of online submission, text matching and feedback tools available via MyBeckett. All level 4 and 7 student written assignments should be submitted via Turnitin to comply with University policy. More information about the policy can be found on the University Academic Integrity pages.
Need more help?
- Our contact details are available at the bottom of each guide, and on the About Learning Systems page.
- Staff can book face-to-face training and webinars via People Development. Online training modules are also available for some topics.
- Our staff guides contain recommended settings for Turnitin assignments. Student guides are available on the Library website.
Create and edit assignments
B. Set up an assignment
1. Create an assignment with recommended settings
2. Edit an assignment
3. Recycle a Turnitin assignment
4. Anonymous assignments
5. Divide students into sub-groups for marking by multiple tutors
Submission and originality1. View submissions and originality reports
2. Academic Integrity and originality explained
3. Paper view requests
4. Manage late submissions, extensions and mitigation
5. Delete a student's submission
6. Submit on behalf of a student
Marks and feedback
1. Get started with Feedback Studio
2. Hide marks from students (settings checklist)
3. Mark submissions in Feedback Studio
4. Leave feedback for students
5. Release feedback to students
6. Print submissions
7. Bulk download student submissions
8. iPad app: Mark papers and leave feedback on the go
9. Reactivate a read-only assignment
10. Second / multiple marking
Peer assessment (PeerMark)1. Create a PeerMark assignment
2. Read and mark peer reviews
3. Print a PeerMark review