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Maximising Changes to Turnitin

Contributor: Karin Barac
There have been a couple of updates to Turnitin recently that has changed some of the workflows that we have here at Griffith when using it for assignment submissions. 492 more words

Blended Learning

Summer System Updates

The system updates highlighted in February are now in place. Early August has been a time for refreshing some of our core learning technology systems. 137 more words


Make turnitin.com part of your class!

While turnitin.com is a great resource to check for plagiarism, that’s not all it can be used for. You can also use it for facilitating peer editing, revision, reflection, and grading. 286 more words

Tech Tool

Some Library updates

My Beckett upgrade

Some of you may have heard that MyBeckett was due to be upgraded this week, from Monday 31st July. This upgrade is now postponed until January. 148 more words

A Note On Plagiarism

As an English professor a recurring theme in my career is plagiarism. No matter how much help I offer, often times students fail to show up scheduled one on one meetings, remain confused in class, and choose to give up. 423 more words

Teaching Experiences

Turnitin Feedback Studio

The document viewing, marking and feedback area of Turnitin will be upgraded over the summer; this new version is called “Turnitin Feedback Studio153 more words


Blackboard Upgrade Features - Summer 2017

After the Summer 2017 upgrade to Blackboard – Instructors will see a number of new features.

Drag and drop files

When instructors create content items, assignments, and web links, they can drag files from their computers to the “hot spot” in the Attach Files area. 232 more words