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Turnitin

Turnitin is an originality checking and plagiarism prevention service that checks your writing for citation mistakes or inappropriate copying.
Our Turnitin integration at Saint Mary’s is part of the new Canvas LMS. Check out the faculty and student tutorials below!

Instructor Resources

At Saint Mary’s, the simplest way to integrate Turnitin into your class is through Canvas. You can easily add Turnitin as part of an assignment if you just want to review the Similarity Report. There are more advanced features to utilize as well in the Turnitin Feedback Studio.

Click on the links below and to the right to learn how to activate the tool, understand the similarity score, flags, and more. Check out the video to watch a walkthrough.

Student Resources

Turnitin is an originality checking and plagiarism prevention service that checks your writing for citation mistakes or inappropriate copying. When you submit your paper, Turnitin compares it to text within its massive database of student work, websites, books, articles, etc.

Turnitin is integrated into Canvas. This means that when you upload your paper to your course for review, it will automatically be sent through Turnitin’s repository. The Similarity Report that it generates will help identify possible instances of plagiarism.

Instructional Tech Updates & Resources

New Policies Section

New Policies Section

We’ve made a small change to the site that you should know about. Since people often seek out certain Saint Mary’s policies on the CELT site here, we decided to give those policies their own section! You can now reach the policies page very easily via the top menu. If you have a policy you think we should link up or one of our links is out of date, please let us know at CELT@smumn.edu.

Come hear Dr. Annika Konrad speak on a Pedagogy of Interdependence

Come hear Dr. Annika Konrad speak on a Pedagogy of Interdependence

Access Services, Integratus, and the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching will be welcoming Dr. Annika Konrad of Dartmouth College for a virtual talk on March 24 at 12:15pm and a virtual workshop for faculty on March 25 at 2pm. Both events will be on Zoom. The title of her talk will be, “Learning from Stories of Access Fatigue: Building Interdependence into Pedagogical Design”.

Canvas on your mind?

Canvas on your mind?

What are your peers and colleagues saying about their first experiences in Canvas? Check out the short video to hear what they have to say. As the university shifts to a single LMS and a common set of instructional technology tools feedback is essential. Like your...

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