The main training now focuses on Turnitin within a Blackboard Ultra site, however, if you require training for Turnitin on a Blackboard Original site please contact the Learning Technology Skills Developer via email: LTECHSKILLS@canterbury.ac.uk.
TURNITIN: WHAT IS IT?
This development session introduces academic staff who are new to Turnitin to what Turnitin is and what the CCCU policy requirements are. It will also demonstrate the process of how students submit and what common issues can arise.
TURNITIN SET-UP IN ULTRA FOR ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATORS
This development session, designed for academic administration staff who may be responsible for setting up Turnitin Assignments within Blackboard sites. This session will demonstrate which set-up steps are required depending on the type of Assignment that has been set.
TURNITIN: MARKING TURNITIN SUBMISSIONS
This development session demonstrates how to access Turnitin’s Feedback Studio. You will be shown how to view similarity reports (if generated) for a student’s submitted script, select filters and criteria. You will also be shown the different types of electronic feedback that can be added to a student’s submission and manage their release.
TURNITIN: RUBRICS AND ASSESSMENT GRIDS
This development session will show you how to successfully create and upload assessment grids known as Rubrics in Turnitin’s Grade Mark tool which is used for e-feedback.
TURNITIN: MANAGING ASSIGNMENTS & SUBMISSIONS
This development session will demonstrate how to edit or change Turnitin Assignments dates, manage student submissions, and explain the correct process to clear an incorrect submission, submit on behalf of a student and how to download and archive submissions and e-feedback. As well as correctly accessing Turnitin to retrieve marks.
The above workshops are available as scheduled sessions which are bookable via StaffSpace.
Other Turnitin training is available on request. Please email LTECHSKILLS@canterbury.ac.uk.