how does turnitin check for plagiarism
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- In the Assignment list, you should now see your submitted assignment at the bottom (checked and greyed out). If multiple submissions are allowed, you will see a “resubmit” link as well.
- You will then be returned to the assignment’s instructions page, and you will see your assignment file in the attachments list. Click “Submit.” You will see a message indicating that your assignment was successfully submitted.
Since plagiarism is one of those topics that gets people all riled up (like politics and religion), there is no shortage of discussion on what it is, why it is complicated, and what to do about it. This is an important conversation with lots of shades of distinction – and that conversation should continue as today’s “digital natives” have become the “new normal” and they have a very different way of relating to content.
It is up to the person looking at the matches to decide whether the writer’s intent matters. Some people care about intent; others do not. Sometimes it matters; sometimes it doesn’t.
Go to Assignments.
The Tufts contract with Turnitin is an instructor only service. Students cannot check their own papers via Turnitin without an instructor created assignment.