What is Turnitin?
Turnitin provides originality checking services, class management tools, and paperless digital grading products to educational institutions around the world.
What Does Turnitin Do?
Similarity Report: Submitted papers are compared for matches or similar text in Turnitin’s database. The database includes billions of web pages: both current and archived content from the internet, a repository of works students have submitted to Turnitin in the past, and a collection of documents, which comprises thousands of periodicals, journals, and publications.
PeerMark: Student submissions are assigned to peers for review based on a series of free response and scale questions created by the instructor.
GradeMark digital assessment: Student submissions are digitally marked and reviewed by the instructor in a paperless environment. Students are then able to view the results by logging into their Turnitin user profile.
Feedback Studio Features:
- Check for potential plagiarism
- Use drag and drop comments
- Leave voice comments
- Grade by rubric
- Peer reviews can be anonymous or attributed
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