Turnitin is an integrated AsULearn service for faculty and students that provides a number of writing-related and originality tools:
Originality Check: Identifies similarities between student writing submissions with a database of billions of web pages, journal articles, periodicals, publications, and stored student papers, in order to address uncited quotations and facilitate a discussion about integrity in academic writing. Feedback Studio: A tool specifically designed for providing feedback for an evaluation of writing, with drag/drop custom comments, voice feedback, and rubric/grading form support. PeerMark: A tool to set up peer review (in the Turnitin environment) of existing Turnitin assignment submissions.
This professional development session will be conducted entirely in a Zoom web conference. You may participate in this session from any Internet-connected computer, on or off-campus. You are not required to have a webcam or microphone to participate in the session, but it may enhance your experience to have them. Once you register for the workshop you will be sent additional information on accessing this webinar.