On assignments that allow, students now get three instant Similarity Reports, instead of one. https://twitter.com/TurnitinProduct/status/954384515232944128 There’s more information on the Turnitin support site.
The TurnitinUK service is currently experiencing a service outage. Our engineers are investigating this as a priority. — Turnitin Status (@TurnitinStatus) November 6, 2017 We are continuing to investigate the outage affecting TurnitinUK. We apologise for the inconvenience caused. — Turnitin Status (@TurnitinStatus) November 6, 2017
Turnitin is under a distributed denial of service attack (DDoS), and is currently unavailable https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/690547248242016256 https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/690554977958387712 0543 PST is 1343 here in the UK. Keep an eye on the @turnitinstatus Twitter account for more information.
All UK users of Turnitin were unable to access it yesterday afternoon. https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/686173250930380800 https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/686213583101820928 Note that the time on the initial tweet is when Turnitin acknowledged the problem, in reality it was unavailable from much earlier on in the day.
https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/627257009742557184 That’s 1500-1700 in the UK. Follow the link in the tweet above for details in other time zones.
Turnitin is currently running very slowly. Pages are taking a long time time to load, and the document viewer is taking even longer. We have reached out to Turnitin for more information, and are keeping an eye on @turnitinstatus for any announcement. Update @ 1630 https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/600320850672226305 Update @ 1723 Still seeing occasional slowdowns here, but looks Continue Reading…
Turnitin ended support for Internet Explorer 9 on March 1st, 2015 This means that Turnitin will no longer test features or fix bugs for Internet Explorer 9. We recommend you upgrade to a newer version, or use Chrome/Firefox/Safari There’s more information on Turnitin’s support site
Update @ 1135. Turnitin have announced the problems are resolved https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/595894612524400640 Our original post is below Turnitin are advising us that we may experience difficulties in accessing Turnitin via the JANET network (i.e. on campus) https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/595881902432714752 https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/595882591435280384 Access elsewhere isn’t affected, and we’ve not seen any issues on our testing so far this morning. T
https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/410380629084106752 UPDATE: Turnitin have announced that the issues are resolved https://twitter.com/TurnitinStatus/status/410424548459151360
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.