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Turnitin Administration (Moodle 2013 or earlier)

Note: The following information applies to Moodle 2013 and earlier. For the latest documentation on Turnitin administration, please refer to Turnitin Administration.

How can I upload my students' assignments?

(Note: If it is after the deadline and you have set Turnitin to not allow submissions after the deadline, you will not be able to submit on behalf of a student)

  1. In the Turnitin assignment, click on the Submit Paper tab.
  2. Select the student's name from the drop down box and give the assignment a title.
  3. Click on Choose File and select the file to be uploaded.
  4. Click on Add submission.

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Delete an individual assignment

Deleting a student's submission

  1. In the Turnitin assignment, click on Submission Inbox.
  2. Click on the bin icon at the end of the row next to the student's submission.
  3. Click OK on the confirmation box to remove the submission.

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Download all assignments

Downloading students' assignments

  • To download all submissions, click on the Word or PDF icons under the Export column in the Turnitin assignment summary page.
  • For individual assignments, click on the Submission Inbox tab and then click on the arrow at the end of the row next to the student's submission.
  • To bulk download Originality Reports or GradeMark files, please contact your Faculty Learning Technologist for further information.

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Export marks to Excel spreadsheet

Downloading the marks in an Excel spreadsheet

  • Click on the Excel icon under the Export column in the Turnitin assignment summary page to download all the marks for that assignment.
  • To download all the marks for a Moodle module:
    1. Click on Grades in the Settings block on the right hand side of the page.
    2. On the next page, click Export in the Settings block and then Excel Spreadsheet.
    3. Select the assignments and/or quizzes you wish to include and click on Submit.
    4. You will be presented with a preview of the data. Click on Download to begin the download.

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Last Updated: 22/06/2015

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