Course Details and Schedule

What do the percentage matches mean? What about direct citations? Should I include bibliographies in the similarity index? This lunchtime session covers viewing and navigating Turnitin Originality Reports. (Note that critical reading and further action based on the data in the report depend on your discipline, department or faculty and are not included in a generic session.)

See below for course schedule

Key topics
  • A little about plagiarism and interpretation
  • Turnitin overview
  • Navigating the Originality Report
  • Video examples
  • Lessons learned
  • Where to find support
Course information
Intended audience Lecturers, tutors, postgraduate tutors, who are new or recent users of Turnitin (not intended for students)
Resources Brief notes are supplied at no charge
Software Browser: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome
Format Presentation only
Where next? Plagiarism: WebLearn and Turnitin

Course provider: IT Learning Programme

What you will need:

Computer and software are provided. There is limited space for any device you use for note taking.


Frequency: Every term. Express an interest in future dates for this course.