Creating a Turnitin Assignment

Turnitin assignments can be created on any course content area (content or assignments) pages. The instructor can open either page by clicking on the content link or assignments link on the left side course menu.

  • 1. Go to the content area where you want the Turnitin assignment displayed and, mouse over Build Content.

Click on build content and then choose Turnitin from drop down list.

  • 2. Click Turnitin.
  • 3. Fill out the Assignment Title and Max Grade (point value).
  • 4. Pick the Start Date (when the assignment will become available to students), Due Date (when is the assignment due), and Post Date (when will Turnitin sync grades/feedback with Blackboard).
  • 5. Include any instructions for the assignment.

Fill in the name of the assignment, point value, start date, due date, and post date.

  • 6. Now click “Optional Settings.” This menu will allow you to select the specific combinations of settings as. For more information over each and every one of these different settings mouse over the small blue question marks next to their title.
  • 7. Press Submit

After creating your new Turnitin assignment you may see a message saying the assignment may not be available to all students. This is expected behavior because Turnitin sets the start date as the date the assignment should be made available to students as an adaptive release rule. Any time an adaptive release rule is set that message will be displayed.

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Blackboard Ultra: Create a Turnitin Assignment

  • Created: 28th October 2021

Create a Turnitin Assignment

This guide explains how you can create Turnitin assignments for summative assessment within your modules. Students can then upload their work to the module assignment allowing you to easily collate assignments and view Turnitin originality reports.

About Turnitin

Turnitin works by checking through a database of previously submitted assignments, Web sites and other sources.  If a match between a submitted assignment and another work is found, Turnitin will highlight the matching text in an originality report accessible through the Control Panel of the module.  By adding a Turnitin assignment to your module students can upload work themselves.

Turnitin assignments only allow one file to be uploaded by students per submission.  If your planned assessment will require multiple files to be submitted, multiple Turnitin assignments should be created or alternative arrangements should be made. Consider combining files into a single document or setting up an additional offline Blackboard Ultra assignment.

To create a new Turnitin assignment, go into your module and identify where you wish to place the assignment. Click on the purple plus sign that appears when you hover between your content items. Select  Content Market  from the dropdown menu.

Image showing how to access the Content Market in Blackboard ultra to initialise the process for creating a Turnitin assignment.

Select  Turnitin: Create assignment in Ultra  from the list of options.

Image showing the Turnitin icon in Content Marketplace

Once Turnitin loads, you’ll be able to add a title, instructions and maximum grade to your assignment.  If you’d like the item to be peer-reviewed, you can tick the box to  Enable PeerMark .

Learn more about creating a PeerMark assignment

Enter a Start Date (when the assignment is visible to students), Due Date (when the assignment is due) and Feedback Release Date (when grades and feedback are released to students).

Image showing the Turnitin assignment setup page.

Click on Optional Settings to see more options for your assignment.

Within Submission Settings, you can select where papers are submitted, allow late submissions, enable anonymous marking and attach a rubric.

Allowing submissions of any file type allows students to upload scanned documents, image files, etc.  This would usually be used for items that you’re not interested in getting a similarity report for.

Turnitin will only generate Similarity Reports for the following file types:

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, PostScript, PDF, HTML, RTF, OpenOffice (ODT), Hangul (HWP), Google Docs (submitted via the Google Drive submission option), plain text files.

Image showing the Turnitin assignment optional settings setup page (Submission Settings).

The  Compare against  section allows you to select what you would like the similarity report to compare submissions to.

Image showing a Turnitin assignment.

Within the  Similarity Report  section, you can configure the similarity reports.

This includes:

  • Generate reports immediately (students cannot resubmit)
  • Generate reports immediately (students can resubmit until due date)
  • Generate reports on due date (students can resubmit until due date)
  • Allowing students to view Similarity Reports : This setting can be enabled to allow students to view the Similarity Reports generated based on the assignment that they have submitted.
  • Exclude bibliographic materials : This setting can be to exclude text appearing in the bibliography, works cited and reference sections from submitted Turnitin assignments being checked when generating Similarity Reports.
  • Exclude quote materials : This setting can be enabled to exclude text appearing in quotation marks from submitted Turnitin assignments being checked when generating Similarity Reports.
  • Exclude small sources : This setting can be enabled by instructors to exclude matches that are not of sufficient length (determined and set by the instructor) from being considered when generating Similarity Reports from submitted Turnitin assignments

Image showing the Turnitin assignment optional settings setup page (Similarity Report Settings).

Once you have configured your Turnitin setting you have the option to save those settings for future use, so you won’t need to go through these steps again.

Click  Submit  to create your assignment.

Image showing a Turnitin assignment.

Editing a previously created assignment

Should you wish to make any changes to the assignment, you can edit it after creation.

There are two approaches to editing.

Small changes can be made by clicking the ellipses (the three dots) over to the right of the assignment name. This will open the peek pane to allow you to adjust things like Due Dates and Points Possible.

Image showing how to access the edit Turnitin assignment settings.

More substantial changes can be made by:

  • Click on the assignment name
  • This will open the assignment inbox
  • In the top right-hand corner, click the cog icon
  • You can now change all the parameters
  • Click Submit when done

Image showing how to edit a Turnitin assignment.

For more information on creating Turnitin assignments or any other feature of Turnitin or Blackboard Ultra, please contact [email protected] .

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IMPORTANT!  If any of your Turnitin Assignments have the old Turnitin logo (see below), please re-create your assignments using the instructions below. Turnitin is removing the old building block during the summer of 2023. After that time, the assignments will no longer work, nor will you have access to those papers. To download and archive those papers, follow these instructions: https://kb.siue.edu/63292

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Create a Turnitin Assignment

  • Navigate to the content area in your Blackboard course where you want the assignment to be located (ex: Coursework > Module 1).

Build Content add Turnitin LTI

Submitting papers to the Standard paper repository will allow future papers to match to this paper. If you wish to use this submission for a draft assignment, you do not want the paper to submit to the standard paper repository because the final submission will match 100% to this draft. Click on the dropdown box and select "Do not store the submitted paper." Allow submission file of any type - See the Turnitin site for description of the file types accepted. Allow late submission - if late submissions are allowed, the word "Late" will appear in the Assignment In box. If late submission is not allowed, students will not be able to submit an assignment after the due date. Enable anonymous marking - allows the faculty to grade without seeing the students name. This may help avoiding bias in the grading. Enable grammar checking  using ETS e-rater technology - the ETS e-rater will flag common grammar mistakes in papers. Attach a rubric - you may create a rubric for this assignment. See Create a Rubric for more details.

Compare against these documents

Generate Similarity Reports - Consider "Generating reports immediately" option. They can use the Similarity Report to review their paper for correct citation and summarization. Allow student to view Similarity Reports will assist the students in learning how to correctly cite and summarize passages. This setting plus the setting above will allow the students to correct mistakes. Exclude bibliographic materials will reduce the similarity score as it will exclude bibliographic text that is commonly cited. Exclude quoted materials will also reduce the similarity score although unchecking this will allow the student to confirm that they have quoted and cited the quote properly. Exclude small sources will allow you to select word or percentage count so that common phrases will not appear. This will also help reduce the Similarity score.

Submit

  • Click the Submit button to finalize the Turnitin assignment.
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Create a Turnitin Assignment

This guide will walk you through the process of setting up a Turnitin Assignment for the submission of text based assignments (i.e. PDF, Word and PowerPoint files).

Similarity Report

A Similarity Report can be produced and highlights any text in a student’s assignment that matches sources in the Turnitin database, including web content, previously submitted assignment and subscription-based journals and publications.

Multiple file submissions and group assignments

Turnitin only allows the submission of one file. Turnitin also does not allow the submission of group assignments, consider using the Blackboard Assignment tool for group assignments that do not require a Similarity Report.

In case a group assignment where the Similarity report is required one member of the group will need to submit on behalf of all group members and marks will need to be manually entered for non-submitting group members. Refer to the Assessment tools guide.

Draft submissions

UQ Assessment policy  states that students must have the opportunity to submit a draft assignment to Turnitin prior to submission of the final assignment. To comply with the policy, it is recommended that the setting  Generate Similarity Reports for student submission should be set to  Generate reports immediately (students can resubmit until a due date): After 3 resubmissions reports generate after 24 hours. Note, with one submission link it is not technically possible to limit the students to only one draft submission.

If it is required to limit students to one draft submission only, you will need to set up two Turnitin submission links: one for the draft and one for the final submission. Note, you will need to provide clear instructions to the students as two links may cause confusion.

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Setting up your assignment

It is recommended that all Turnitin assignment links are added within the Assessment section in the Course Menu .  Best practice is to create a folder for all required assessment information. To avoid student confusion, the folder should be given exactly the same name as the assignment in the Course Profile. Refer the Create a Folder guide.

Tip: Add an Item inside the folder with instructions for students regarding assignment submission and links to all relevant documents such as the assignment question and marking scheme (if it is not online). For step-by-step instructions, refer the Add an Item guide. The following information should be included in the assignment instructions:

  • How the file should be named.
  • The file type/s students may submit.
  • Not to include animated text/images in PowerPoint files.
  • What to do if they have problems uploading their assignment. i.e. Email the assignment to the course coordinator, continue to try to upload the assignment until they are successful and contact AskUs  for help if needed.
  • That late assignments are allowed and that all assignments automatically have a time/date stamp of when they are submitted.
  • Include a link to the AskUs instructions on Turnitin:  https://web.library.uq.edu.au/library-services/it/learnuq-blackboard-help/learnuq-assessment/turnitin-assignments
  • Assignment submission is a three step process and it is the responsibility of the student to check the assignment preview and confirm that the assignment has been successfully submitted. Students need to download a copy of the Submission ID as proof they have submitted the assignment. 

Creating the Turnitin assignment submission

  • Click on the  Build Content button.
  • Select Turnitin  from the drop-down list.

turnitin link

  •  The following screen will be displayed.

create turnitin assignment

  • Enter the Assignment   title in the  Title textbox.

Note:  This should match the title of the assessment task in the Course Profile.

  • Enter Assignment instructions in the Instructions textbox, such as "Click on the link above to submit your assignment".

Note: The text displayed is difficult to see (small font and grey) and it is recommend that you create an item with instructions for students regarding assignment submission and links to all relevant documents such as the assignment question and marking scheme (if it is not online).

sample assignment

  • Enter the Mark the assessment is out of  in the Max Grade  textbox. Refer to the Marks / Rubrics / Grading form overview guide for information on options. 
  • Select the Start Date  by using the  Date Selection Calendar.
  •  Set the time in the Start Date box manually.

Note:  Students are only able to submit assignments after the  Start date  has passed.

  • Select the Due Date  by using the  Date Selection Calendar.
  • Set the time in the Due Date box manually.

​ Please refer to UQ Assessment policy section 3.3.

Note:  Students are blocked from submitting assignment after the  Due date/time  unless late assignment submission is enabled.

  • Select the Feedback Release Date  (when marked assignments and grades are available to students in Turnitin) by using the  Date Selection Calendar  and set the time in the same box manually..

Tip: Initially set well after the due date to allow for marking time and to cater for extensions. Set yourself a reminder to change the Feedback Release Date in your calendar for when you think you will have completed the marking.

setting date and time

Optional Settings

  • Click on the  Optional settings link.

optional settings

  • Select  Standard paper repository  from the  Submit papers to  dropdown list. This will allow all submissions to go to the central database.
  • Uncheck  Allow submission of any file type checkbox. Only file types supported by Turnitin shall be used, otherwise similarity report will not be generated.
  • Check  Allow late submissions checkbox to cater for students with extensions. 

Note:  All assignments are time/date stamped and late assignments are labelled Late  in the Assignment box.

Warning:  This setting only allows students without a submission to submit after the due date (i.e. students with extensions who have already submitted before the due date will be unable to submit again). If a student needs to submit again after the due date and have previously submitted, you can submit on their behalf. Refer to the Submit an assignment on behalf of a student guide. 

  • Attach a rubric  as required. Refer to the  Rubrics  guide.

Note: Turnitin rubrics are different to Blackboard rubrics. It is not possible to use a Blackboard rubric in Turnitin.

Note: The availability of rubrics is based on who is logged on, not what Blackboard course the Turnitin is accessed from. Your tutors will be able to use the rubric you attached for marking though it will not be available to them from the rubric list.

settings

  • Check all Compare against checkboxes.

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  • From the  Generate Similarity Reports for student submissions  drop-down list, select Generate reports   immediately (students can resubmit until due date) .

Note:  This option must be selected as per the  3.10.02 Assessment policy . Students will receive a Similarity Report for the initial submission and the next three resubmissions immediately. Any subsequent resubmissions will require students to wait 24 hours for a report. Students may resubmit as often as the student wishes until the assignment due date

Note: Only the latest submission is available to the instructor or student. No resubmissions are available after the due date and time of the assignment.

Note: UQ Assessment policy states that students must have the opportunity to submit a draft assignment to Turnitin prior to submission of the final assignment. The Similarity Report is a tool to assist students how to properly acknowledge sources as well as highlighting possible plagiarism issues.

Note:  The Turnitin Similarity report does not compare assignments submitted by the same student within one course.

  • Check the  Allow students to view Similarity Reports checkbox.
  • Uncheck the Exclude bibliographic materials checkbox.

Note:  Unchecking the textbox will increase the percentage match in the Similarity Report. Bibliographic materials can also be included and excluded when viewing the Similarity Report. This setting cannot be modified after the first assignment has been submitted.

  • Uncheck the  Exclude quoted materials checkbox.

Note:  Unchecking the textbox   will increase the percentage match in the Similarity Report. Quoted materials can also be included and excluded when viewing the Similarity Report. This setting cannot be modified after the first assignment has been submitted.

  • Uncheck the  Exclude small matches checkbox.

Warning: If you decide to use small matches, avoid using the Percentage option as this ignores text matches equal to a percent of the total word count. (e.g. 2% of a 3000-word assignment would mean it will exclude matches of less than 60 words). Small matches can also be included and excluded when viewing the Similarity Report.

Note: Please communicate to the students  Bibliography and quote exclusion definitions (Turnitin guide) .

  • Click on the Upload Template or Create Custom Template button if you are using a template for your assessment.

Note:  Uploaded or created templates of text will be automatically excluded from the Similarity Report.

Warning:  Once a submission has been made to the assignment, templates can no longer be added or edited.

  • Check Save these settings for future use if you want to use the same settings in your next assignments. If this box remains unchecked you will have to set the settings every time.
  • Click on the  Submit button.

Similarity report settings, exclude assignment templates, save and submit buttons circled

  • The Success! screen will be displayed.

success screen

The Turnitin assignment submission link will then appear in the folder you have created it in. 

sample assignment in the folder

Include the Column in Grade Centre Calculations

Include in grade centre calculations.

  • From the Control Panel , select  Grade Centre > Full Grade Centre.

grade centre and full grade centre

  • Click on the down  arrow  for the assignment column you just created.
  • Select  Edit Column Information  from the drop-down menu.

arrow and edit column information

  • Select  Yes  for Include this Column in Grade Centre Calculations .
  • Click on the  Submit  button.

include column in grade centre calculations and submit

Hide column from students

To ensure students are not able to view their results prematurely, you will need to ensure the Turnitin assignment column is hidden from students until you are ready to release results. For step-by-step instructions on hiding the Grade Centre column, refer to the Control the Release of Results guide.

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Instructions

On the Course Content page, select the plus sign wherever you want to add a Turnitin assignment.

Select Content Market .

Select Turnitin from the list of tools available.

In the new tab, Name the assignment , and choose other applicable settings.

Click Submit.

You will receive a Success! message. Close the tab/window and close the Content Market menu to see the new Turnitin assignment.

New Assignment Settings View

Assignment settings will now show in a new tab/window.

Max Grade: Turnitin assignments will not grade correctly with a Max Grade of zero (0).

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After Creating a Turnitin Assignment

After an instructor creates a Turnitin assignment they will receive the following message: “Success! The tool provider content was added to your course. Close this window and refresh your course to view the new content.”

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Creating an assignment

Getting started.

Choose your Learning Management System (LMS) in the tabs below to see how to start setting up your Turnitin LTI assignment within your LMS. Then, continue on to the sections below to finish creating your assignment in the LTI tool.

  • Log in to Blackboard.
  • Select Courses in the side panel. Your courses will appear in the middle of your screen.
  • From your list of courses, select the one you'd like to create an assignment for.
  • When the course homepage opens, click Content in the left sidebar.
  • Now, click on Build Content in the header. A list of options will open.
  • Select your Turnitin LTI tool from your list of options. As soon as you do that, the LTI tool will begin loading.
  • Once the LTI tool has loaded, you'll see the General Setting section for the assignment you're creating.
  • Continue on to the sections below to see how to finish creating your assignment.
  • Log in to D2L (Brightspace).
  • Open the course where you'd like to create your assignment.
  • Open the Content tab.
  • Either choose an existing module or click Add a module and enter a name.
  • Once you've chosen or added your module, click Add Existing Activities . A menu will pop up.
  • From the menu, select the remote plugin name your administrator gave the Turnitin LTI tool. As soon as you do that, the LTI tool will begin loading.

Don't panic if you don't see any students listed in your inbox when the LTI tool opens! Because of the way D2L interacts with LTI tools, students won't show up as part of your class in your LTI assignment inbox until they have submitted work to the assignment.

  • Log in to Schoology.
  • Select Courses from the top menu. Your courses will drop down from the top of the screen.
  • When the course homepage opens, select the Add Materials drop down below the course title.
  • Now, select Add File/Link/External Tool , then External Tool .
  • Select your Turnitin LTI tool from your Tool Provider drop down. Enter the Title and when you are happy, select Submit .
  • Your newly created assignment will be added to the assignment list. Select the assignment to launch the Turnitin LTI Inbox.
  • Once the LTI tool has loaded, you'll see the settings cog for the assignment you're creating. This will allow you to edit the Turnitin settings for the assignment.

Creating your General Settings

After completing the initial assignment setup in your LMS, (see the Getting Started section above), the LTI tool will launch and take you to the General Settings section for the assignment you're creating.

  • In General Settings , first, type the Assignment name you'd like students to see.
  • (Optional) Next, in the Instructions box, you can type any guidelines you want students to have to help them craft their submissions (2,000 character limit).
  • Under Start Date , pick the date and time you when you want students to be able to start submitting work. Students will only be able to submit once the start date and time have passed.
  • Then, under Due Date , pick the date and time by which students will have to have turned in their work.
  • The assignment you just created and General Settings you just picked will be saved.
  • Students and instructors who have already been added to the course will be able to see the assignment (but student won't be able to upload a submission to it until the start date has passed).
  • You will be taken out of the General Settings panel and to the list of assignments or modules for this course that includes the assignment you just created.
  • Now, it's time to set your Similarity Settings . See the next section on this guide for how to do that.

Choosing Similarity Settings

In case you missed it in the Creating General Settings section above, to be able to choose your Similarity Settings , you have to first save your General Settings , which takes you out of the assignment settings and back to the list of the assignment or modules for the course.

From your list of assignments or modules, click on the assignment you just created. This will take you back into the LTI tool and to the inbox for that assignment.

  • In the assignment inbox, select the gear icon in the top right corner. This will take you back to the General Settings tab of your assignment settings.

Select Similarity Settings from the settings sidebar. This takes you to the Similarity Settings tab of your assignment settings panel.

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For the Index Submitted Works toggle setting, you may or may not be able to move the toggle and change this setting based on what you administrator has chosen.

  • Under Include searched repositories , select the box next to each repository that you would like Turnitin to check for similarity. Turnitin will check submissions made to this assignment against every paper, article, website, etc. in the repositories you select.

Next, under Exclude from Similarity Report , select the box next to the parts of a submission that you want Turnitin to ignore as it checks for similarity. Turnitin will skip over these aspects in all submission made to this assignment as it checks for similarity.

It's recommended that you choose to have Turnitin ignore the Bibliographies and Quotes in submissions as it searches for similarity. Bibliography pages and quoted text often look the same in submissions that are about similar topics.

Selecting the Immediately option will allow students to access their reports as soon as they are generated.

  • Selecting Due Date will only allow students to access their reports after the assignment due date has passed.
  • Selecting Never means you will see students' reports, but students will not .
  • The Student Resubmission toggle will allow students to resubmit to the assignment an unlimited about of times when On . Only the student's most recent submission will be shown within the inbox and previous submissions will be inaccessible. Set this toggle to Off if your students are to only submit once.
  • When you're happy with the settings you've chosen, select Save Settings .

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Turnitin has released the Paper Lookup tool that will allow instructors to retrieve submissions from past assignments (including Basic and Direct Building Block and LTI assignments).

The tool will allow those instructors who have previously interacted with the submission point:

  • to retrieve reports generated for the submissions – including the Similarity Report, Grading Report, and a combination Similarity Report and Grading Report – within the Blackboard environment
  • to access past submissions and associated reports from students who may have dropped from the course or are inactive.

To access the tool, instructors should navigate to Course Management in their current or past Blackboard courses. Then, click on Course Tools and find the Turnitin Paper Lookup Tool near the bottom of the list. This tool will also be available in Blackboard Ultra, accessed via ‘Books & Tools’ in the Ultra course view.

Recovering files

If you need to recover a Turnitin submission from a course where you have not previously interacted with the submission point, locate the Turnitin submission point and wait for the Assignment Inbox to load. You will then be able to find any files submitted to that submission point.

This process can be slightly more challenging with Turnitin Building Block submissions (ie older Turnitin submissions with a View/Complete link). For these, you will need to identify the unit owner, administrator, or instructor who marked or moderated the papers and ask them to retrieve the files for you.

Administrators and Instructors will be able to access submissions using the new Turnitin Paper Lookup Tool . To access it:

  • Log into a course using your instructor account
  • Navigate to Course Management
  • Open Course Tools
  • Click on Turnitin Paper Lookup Tool.
  • Type the course name in the search bar
  • Click on the course name to find all the Turnitin assessments in the course
  • Click on a specific assessment to access the assignment inbox with the submitted files
  • Similarity Report
  • Original File
  • Grading Report
  • Grading and Similarity Report.

If the original unit owner, administrator, instructor, marker, or moderator is no longer employed in your school, please email [email protected] with the instructor’s details, the name of the submission point you are trying to access, and the name of the student whose submissions you are trying to retrieve.

For more information about the tool, please visit The paper lookup tool for Feedback Studio – Turnitin Guides.

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  6. Creating an Assignment

    To create an assignment using the Ultra View of Blackboard, follow these steps: From the Courses page in Blackboard, click on the name of the course you'd like to create an assignment for. Under Course Content, click on the + sign. From the dropdown that appears, click Content Market. Select your Turnitin tool.

  7. Creating a Turnitin Assignment

    Creating a Turnitin Assignment. Turnitin assignments can be created on any course content area (content or assignments) pages. The instructor can open either page by clicking on the content link or assignments link on the left side course menu. 1. Go to the content area where you want the Turnitin assignment displayed and, mouse over Build ...

  8. Creating a Turnitin Assignment in Blackboard

    Enter a content area within your Blackboard course. Under the Build Content tab, click on Turnitin. Turnitin will open within Blackboard frame. Give the assignment a title and grade value. Instructions are optional. Instruction Character Limit. There is a 750 character limit for creating instructions in Turnitin.

  9. Blackboard Ultra: Create a Turnitin Assignment

    Click on the assignment name. This will open the assignment inbox. In the top right-hand corner, click the cog icon. You can now change all the parameters. Click Submit when done. For more information on creating Turnitin assignments or any other feature of Turnitin or Blackboard Ultra, please contact [email protected]. Email.

  10. Creating a Turnitin direct assignment

    Creating a Turnitin Direct assignment. Enter a course and click the Content link in the sidebar. Then hover over the Assessments button and select Turnitin Direct Assignment from the list. If Edit Mode is off, you can enable it by clicking the Edit Mode button in the right corner of the page. On the assignment creation page, enter the following:

  11. PDF How to Create a Turnitin Assignment Link on Blackboard

    1. Log in to the Course on Blackboard. Go to a content area in your course where you want the students to find the Turnitin Assignment link, like Course Documents. 2. Click Assessments, and then click Turnitin Assignment from the drop down menu. 3. Select Paper Assignment, and then click Next Step.

  12. Blackboard (Faculty)

    Create a Turnitin Assignment. Navigate to the content area in your Blackboard course where you want the assignment to be located (ex: Coursework > Module 1). Click Build Content and select Turnitin LTI 3.1 from the drop-down menu (if you do not see these options, make sure Edit Mode is turned on ). Once the Turnitin page opens, add a title and ...

  13. Turnitin

    Turnitin. This information applies only to the Original Course View. Your institution controls which tools are available. Turnitin ®, a third-party tool, improves the student writing cycle by promoting originality and providing rich feedback to students. Visit the Turnitin website.

  14. Add a Turnitin Assignment from Blackboard Learn

    This tutorial demonstrates the procedure for adding a Turnitin assignment in a Blackboard Learn course.

  15. Create a Turnitin Assignment

    Click on the Build Content button. Select Turnitin from the drop-down list. The following screen will be displayed. Enter the Assignment title in the Title textbox.; Note: This should match the title of the assessment task in the Course Profile. Enter Assignment instructions in the Instructions textbox, such as "Click on the link above to submit your assignment".

  16. Submitting an Assignment to TurnItIn

    Key assignment Dates are also confirmed. Select Submit. a) Select Single File Upload from the drop-down list. b) First name and last name will automatically be added by the system. c) Enter the Submission title. d) Select Browse to upload file your assignment file. Locate your file and select open. e) Select Upload.

  17. How do I create a new Turnitin assignment in a Blackboard Ultra Course

    Instructions. On the Course Content page, select the plus sign wherever you want to add a Turnitin assignment.. Select Content Market.. Select Turnitin from the list of tools available.. In the new tab, Name the assignment, and choose other applicable settings. Click Submit.. You will receive a Success!message. Close the tab/window and close the Content Market menu to see the new Turnitin ...

  18. Submitting a paper

    Enter the submission title. If there is more than one part to your assignment, you must select which part you are submitting from the Submission Part. Click the drop-down menu and select the relevant part. Copy the text you want to submit and paste it within the text box. To cut and paste text, highlight the text of your assignment in a word ...

  19. How to Create a TurnItIn Assignment Dropbox

    Create a new Turnitin Assignment. In the module's content area: Select the Assessments button. From the drop-down menu that appears select the Turnitin Assignment link. The Add Turnitinuk Assignment window will open. Select Paper Assignment then select the Next Step button. The New Assignment page will open.

  20. Creating a PeerMark

    Select PeerMark Assignment and click on the Next Step button to begin creating a PeerMark Assignment. Select the paper assignment the peer review is based on. Select a Point value for the assignment. Select whether to award full points if review is written by placing a check mark in the Award full points if review is written option.

  21. Creating an assignment

    Blackboard D2L (Brightspace) Schoology. Log in to Blackboard. Select Courses in the side panel. Your courses will appear in the middle of your screen. From your list of courses, select the one you'd like to create an assignment for. When the course homepage opens, click Content in the left sidebar. Now, click on Build Content in the header.

  22. Turnitin Paper Lookup tool

    This tool will also be available in Blackboard Ultra, accessed via 'Books & Tools' in the Ultra course view. Recovering files. If you need to recover a Turnitin submission from a course where you have not previously interacted with the submission point, locate the Turnitin submission point and wait for the Assignment Inbox to load. You will ...

  23. Panorama: Viewing and Understanding a File's Accessibility Score

    Turnitin 4. Turnitin: Overview; Turnitin: Creating a Turnitin Assignment; Turnitin: Assignment Settings Options; Turnitin: Viewing the Similarity Report / Originality Score (Instructor Guide) VoiceThread 3. VoiceThread: Overview; VoiceThread: Setting Up Graded Activities from the Assignment Builder

  24. Create and Edit Assignments

    On the Course Content page, select the plus sign wherever you want to add an assignment. In the menu, select Create to open the Create Item panel and select Assignment. The New Assignment page opens. You can also expand or create a folder and add an assignment.