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Students can check their assignments with Turnitin before final submission. The results are returned as an Originality Report, where matching non-original text is highlighted and linked to its likely source. The report allows students to see matches and decide if any further referencing is needed. Turnitin does not decide if plagiarism has occurred. Turnitin returns a percentage similarity and links to sources where similarity is detected. The Course Coordinator will decide, in accordance with UB's Student Plagiarism Policy, whether plagiarism may have occurred.
Students may self assess their work using Turnitin. Do not use this option if you have been asked to submit to Turnitin as an assessment requirement in your course. You can enrol yourself into a Moodle course containing links to Turnitin.
Demonstration assignment (pdf, 1.7mb) - provides detailed guidance on the use of the Turnitin Originality report.
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