TurnItIn provides instructors with the tools to engage students in the writing process, provide personalized feedback, and assess student progress over time. The UW-Platteville strategy with TurnItIn is to use it as a writing development tool. Visit the TurnItIn features page to learn what features are available and how students and faculty/instructional academic staff alike can use them.
Originality Checker and GradeMark tools in TurnItIn Feedback Studio became available to be activated in your D2L courses on November 9, 2017. Information on how to use this tool can be found in the UW-Platteville Knowledgebase (search TurnItIn). Individual training consultations and department workshops-on-demand can also be scheduled on TurnItIn topics through the Teaching and Technology Center.
Are you ever worried that you’re unintentionally plagiarizing? Are you confident in your paraphrasing skills? TurnItIn can help you with these concerns. TurnItIn is a tool that is integrated into Desire2Learn and can help students and professors understand, identify, and avoid plagiarism. Each of your professors will decide which courses and assignments will use TurnItIn, and some professors may not use it at all. For more detailed information, read how a student can use this tool.
Implementing a new teaching and learning software in the middle of the year is complex. If you are using TurnItIn and would like to submit a non-technical concern to be reviewed by the TurnItIn implementation team, please submit a concern form. For any technology-related problems with TurnItIn, call or email the HelpDesk at 608.342.1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.