If Cut & Paste Upload or Zip File Upload is selected, you must change this before continuing.
If you are submitting on behalf of a non-enrolled student, select Non-Enrolled Student from the Author dropdown list, then enter the student's first name and last name, as well as the submission title.
Once the inactive account is renewed, submissions will become available again. Managing Assignments - Using Quick Submit To ensure Quick Submit is enabled, click User Info from the top of your instructor homepage. Managing Assignments - Using the Assignment Inbox From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Use the Assignment Inbox to view submissions that you or your students have made. Managing Assignments - Viewing Submitted Papers in the Document Viewer From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Click the title of the paper to open the Document Viewer. Managing Assignments - Allowing Resubmissions Click the class title from your instructor homepage. Managing Assignments - The Post Date Explained The post date feature is available for accounts using the grade book, online grading tools, or Peer Mark.
Managing Assignments - Creating an Assignment From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Select Paper Assignment as your assignment type, and click Next step. Managing Assignments - Applying Online Grading Settings From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Select Optional settings and scroll down to Grade Mark. Under Account Settings, ensure Activate quick submit is set to Yes, then click Submit. Use the Assignment Inbox to organize student papers or view Grade Mark reports. Click More Actions, then select Edit from the dropdown. Scroll to the Generate Originality Reports for student submissions section. The post date is the date that grades and marked papers will be released for student view, meaning all students in a class will receive their feedback at the same time.
Managing Assignments - Editing Outside of an LMS Assignments created through an LMS can only be edited within the LMS in which they were created.
Therefore, you cannot edit your classes at or Turnitin Managing Assignments - Opt Against Saving Submissions to the Turnitin Database When a paper is submitted to Turnitin, the papers are generally saved to the Turnitin student repository database; this is to ensure that if the same paper (or parts of the paper) are submitted again, Turnitin will be able to find the match and flag this as possible plagiarism. Instructors can opt against having submitted papers saved to any database.
Enter all assignment details, as well as any optional settings, then click Submit. From here, you can amend your rubric and ETS® e-rater® settings. From your instructor homepage, click the Quick Submit tab, then click Submit. Enter the submission details and choose the file you wish to upload, then click Upload. Select immediately (can overwrite reports until due date). It is recommended that the post date is set after the due date of an assignment, giving you time to leave feedback on student papers.
However, if you prefer that feedback is released to students prior to the due date, this is possible, too.
To allow late submissions, you must ensure that Yes is selected under the optional setting: Allow submissions after the due date. Late Submissions - Sending a Reminder to Students From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Ensure Single File Upload is selected from the Submit: dropdown list at the top of the page.
Only enrolled students are able to see the results of your submission i.e. Submitting Papers for Students - Uploading Multiple Files From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Click Multiple File Upload from the Submit: dropdown menu.
Click the Choose file button to begin selecting files from your device.
Creating or Joining an Account - Creating a User Account If you're a UK instructor, visit the Turnitin account creation form.
If you're an instructor outside of the UK, visit the account creation form.