This guide is linked in every Business School module, so all the information about submitting to Turnitin is easy for you to find. More Turnitin guides can be found at our help guide site. You can also contact the eLearning team for support. We’re available to call or visit during … Continue reading
Below are the six most common Turnitin submission scenarios and how they are expected to be dealt with. These guidelines have been agreed by QAHE in conjunction with Roehampton.
Almost all assignments at Roehampton are submitted through Turnitin. This guide walks you through the submission process on the Turnitin test site. The process should be the same when you are submitting work in your modules. The deadline for most assignments is 2pm. This means your file must be fully … Continue reading
It is very important that Turnitin assignments have the same settings for all assignments. When students know what to expect, it reduces confusion and stress around deadlines. The streamlined procedure will limit the amount of technical problems, support requests and mitigating circumstances claims.
When you submit an assignment, Turnitin will generate a score and a similarity report (previously known as an originality report). If you have questions about the report and how to interpret it, this is the guide for you. The most important thing to understand about the similarity report is that … Continue reading
The report is used to identify instances of matched text across a wide range of online materials including journals, ebooks, websites and work submitted to the Turnitin database ie submissions from other universities as well as Roehampton. The Turnitin database includes billions of web pages: both current and archived content … Continue reading
The vast majority of online assignments at Roehampton are submitted using Turnitin. Please access your Turnitin Test Page via Dashboard or My modules to learn more about Turnitin, to make a test submission and to test your similarity score. Please follow the process as outlined below for your formal submission … Continue reading
There hasn’t been a newsletter in a while, hence this one is a bit longer than usual. Welcome to all the new neebies. New & existing QA staff, please check out the Essentials Guide for moodle & Turnitin for a refresher or if you haven’t been able to make any … Continue reading