When you have created a Turnitin assignment and students have submitted against it, you can examine their submissions for plagiarism and mark their submissions.
Please note that marks in Blackboard are not automatically updated in Web for Faculty.
You can learn more about how to enter marks into Web for Faculty, and the difference between marks in Blackboard and Web for Faculty here.
To view student Turnitin submissions, access the Course Tools section menu item, available from the Course Management menu in the lower-left section of the the module interface.Select the item "Turnitin Assignments".
A list of the Turnitin assignments for your module will be displayed.Clicking on a particular assignment will present the Assignment Inbox for this assignment along with links for various other options related to the assignment.
To view and mark a student submission, click on a student’s submission in the column “Title”.
This will open the student submission in a new window.
Areas of student submissions which Turnitin suspects to contain an element of plagiarism will be marked in red.
To mark a student submission, enter a grade at the top of the screen against the total number of “Points Possible” you set for the assignment.
On the left-hand side of the window, you can access the thumbnails for each page of the submission.
On the right-hand side of the window, you can access different options related to providing feedback and/ or plagiarism.
Blue buttons on the right-hand side of the window relate to providing feedback.
Red buttons on the right-hand side of the window relate to plagiarism.