• Working with Groups

    This guide covers the options for creating a group work assessment, where a number of students create a single artefact, which typically will result in a single mark.

  • View your feedback

    This guide covers how to view your feedback on a Turnitin assignment

  • Submitting your work to Turnitin

    For most modules, you are required to submit your coursework via a tool called Turnitin. This is a similarity checker, which examines your work for similarity with other work. 

  • Turnitin

    What is Turnitin? Turnitin is the primary similarity checker and feedback tool used by the University of Dundee. Instructors use Turnitin as a submission point for text-based assignments (like essays or PowerPoint presentations). Turnitin generates similarity reports that can be accessed by instructors and students. Who is it for? Students…

  • Turnitin Rubric Bug

    Updated: 5th December
    We have recently discovered a bug in Turnitin that is triggered when a rubric/ grading form has been changed AND another setting (e.g. post date) has been adjusted. This issue it rare but results in the rubric being replaced with the original rubric selected so it is important that all Turnitin markers read the details below.

  • Turnitin – degraded performance

    Turnitin in report that there were issues overnight. The areas affected were: Turnitin Paper Submissions, Turnitin Feedback Studio Grading Access. They state: “During this time, you may experience issues when trying to submit and may also find that Similarity Reports are unavailable. We invite you to track the progress of…

  • Mitigating Circumstances

    The University’s Assessment Policy describes how mitigating circumstances should be considered. Guidance notes for students and staff, along with the University’s application form for consideration of mitigating circumstances are provided through the link below. Students are advised to read the guidance notes on mitigating circumstances before completing and submitting an application form…