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Turnitin Plagiarism Review Tool

This option is available when the assignment submission type in Canvas is set to "Online" and "File Uploads." This tool will ONLY generate Turnitin Originality Reports and spelling/grammar suggestions (if ETS e-rater is enabled); and ONLY the Canvas SpeedGrader is used to enter student grades and inline comments. 
Note: This option does support group assignment submissions. Turnitin's Feedback Studio is used ONLY to view Originality Reports.




How to create a Turnitin Plagiarism Review assignment?

  1. Access your course site in Canvas

  2. Click on Assignments

  3. Click on +Assignment


  4. Enter Assignment Name [1], Instructions [2], Points [3], Select the Assignment Group [4], Select the Grading Type from the Display Grade as [5]


  5. Set Submission Type to Online and select File Uploads 

  6. Scroll down to the Plagiarism Review box and select Turnitin 

  7. Review and adjust the Turnitin settings (as necessary)
    Learn more about the submission storage options
    Learn more about customizing the Originality (Similarity) Report settings

  8. Select when (or if) to show students their Originality Reports   
    Learn more about setting Originality (Similarity) Report availability

  9. Scroll down to the Assign box, and click on Assign to and select Everyone (or the applicable course sections, groups, and/or students) [1],  set a Due Date [2], and optional Available from/Until Date [3]

    Note: Setting an Until Date will restrict students from accessing the assignment and viewing inline comments made through SpeedGrader.  
     
  10. Click on Save or Save and Publish

How to allow late submissions?

Late submissions will be governed by Canvas. By default, Canvas allows assignment submissions to be made after the due date.