Turnitin is an online software application which compares matches of documents and is primarily used to detect instances of plagiarism. This course is aimed at new staff users of Turnitin, and goes through the process of setting up the software, submitting papers and accessing the resulting originality reports.
|Intended audience||Teaching and administrative staff members of the University who are new users of Turnitin. Postgraduates with teaching responsibilities only. (Not intended for students).|
|Prior knowledge||Attendees must have University Staff status and have obtained Turnitin Instructor access from firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Resources||A course book will be loaned to you during the session|
|Software||Browser:Internet Explorer , Firefox, Safari, Chrome|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||This course is designed for staff members. Students are directed to the course Plagiarism: How to avoid it (for students).|
|Where next?||Plagiairsm: WebLearn and Turnitin|
|6th week||Tuesday 3 June||14:00-17:00||1||0.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||Booking opens May 4th 2014||Email me when booking opens|
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