Turnitin provides an online text-matching service, and end-to-end electronic assessment submission available through Learning@Griffith course sites.
- OriginalityCheck enables students to compare their submitted text-based assessment with extensive databases of internet pages, published works and submitted papers. The report uses colour to highlight matched text and provide additional information about matches.
- GradeMark enables paperless online marking of assessment where standardised and customised feedback appears directly on the student?s submission.
Turnitin is fully integrated with the Learning@Griffith Mark Centre and marks can be viewed in Mark Centre and Turnitin. Students can access their marked paper with all marking and feedback visible on the document. More information about TurnItIn.
The university's text matching software is called SafeAssign. It can be used by staff or students to check assignment text against internal and external databases as a plagiarism prevention tool.
Ask your lecturers how you can use this software to submit a draft assignment. Your lecturer can offer you access to SafeAssign through your course in Learning@Griffith. This will allow you to check your assignment for incorrect referencing or unacknowledged quotes prior to submission.