Assessment · Distance Learning · Turnitin

#298 Marking with Turnitin [4/4]: Using the Originality Report

This is the fourth (and final!) in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin

In this post we cover a very quick introduction to using the Originality Report. As I mention in the video, there is no “magic number” you are looking for in the Originality Report. The report provides a useful guide and indication to where there may be issues, but always needs to be reviewed thoroughly and for you to apply your own judgement.

Featured Image: “Twins” by Tom licenced under CC BY 2.0

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