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Turnitin M14 error, anonymous assignments, and catching up: eLearning Services Staff Newsletter #6

Spring 2016
eLearning Services Staff Newsletter #6

Yet again, another newsletter dominated by Turnitin. It answers two of this week’s FAQs. When Turnitin submissions wind down, we’ll be posting information about Moodle rollover and setting up your sites for next year. Checkout the links to our conference presentations for inspiration!

Turnitin error: This paper is not available. M14:11.

If you’re seeing this error when you try to mark students’ work, it doesn’t mean they have done anything wrong when uploading. It’s almost always possible to resolve this error easily so you can mark the work.

Revealing student names for anonymous assignments

Have you set up an anonymous Turnitin inbox, but you need to reveal the name of a student who has made a particular submission or the names of all the students? Guidance to doing this is available here. Note that once the names have been revealed, you cannot anonymise them again.

Missed our presentations at the Learning and Teaching conference?

It was great to see so many of you at the L&T conference. Noor did an interactive demonstration of how to use Nearpod, and Crystal talked about how reporting and logs in Moodle can give you valuable data about your students and site design. If you missed us, get in touch and we’ll gladly tell you all about it.

Further questions? Contact your department’s dedicated eLearning Adviser

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