Update 07/02: This has been fixed After the recent update, students aren’t getting the receipt sent via email. Submissions are complete when the following banner is displayed Until this problem is fixed by Turnitin, students can download their receipt as normal.
Turnitin have released a new version. Changes include: New submission workflow A new workflow when submitting a paper. The idea behind this is to prepare the process to accept files that contain little or no text, which we believe will roll out later on in the year. I’ve updated the guide for students. Note A Continue Reading…
https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/410380629084106752 UPDATE: Turnitin have announced that the issues are resolved https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/410424548459151360
https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/408658460428206080 In the UK, that’s 1500 and 1900 GMT – click the link in the tweet for details of other time zones.
New feature now available in @Turnitin: Submit and Evaluate #PowerPoint files | http://t.co/7bG4AOyE1E — Turnitin Product (@TurnitinProduct) November 14, 2013
You can now upload to Turnitin from your Google Drive or Dropbox accounts. Work stored on Google Drive as a Google Document will automatically be converted to PDF. Files stored on Dropbox or Google Drive will need to be in one of Turnitin’s supported formats.
Instead of upgrading the Turnitin for iPad app, you’ll need to delete it and reinstall it. An update to Turnitin for iPad (v1.2) is available but we've discovered a critical bug that requires you to delete app, then re-install. — Turnitin Product (@TurnitinProduct) October 19, 2013
The Turnitin iPad app is now iOS7 compatible. Update now! There's a new version of @Turnitin for iPad (v1.2) in the app store that is now compatible with iOS7. Get the update: http://t.co/e3OQeWNtas — Turnitin Product (@TurnitinProduct) October 18, 2013
Turnitin are running a virtual conference called Student Success Week. The conference starts on October 28th and will continue all week with a total of 6 webcasts that talk about using web based tools to enhance feedback and student learning. Monday, October 28 Keynote Address: The State of Feedback Under the Common Core Featuring Grant Continue Reading…
Turnitin recently published an 8 year study that looked at “the levels of unoriginal content in student writing among U.S. high schools that use Turnitin.” Along with the study they produced an interactive map which breaks down the data by State. The study analyzes over 36 million student papers from 2,862 high schools to determine Continue Reading…