Please note to use the student instance of Turnitin, you are now required to use your Fleming email address. Accounts using non-Fleming emails may be deleted.
What is Turnitin?
Turnitin is an Internet-based text matching software that scans submitted work, and compares it to material in public websites, academic journals and to assignments concurrently or previously submitted to Turnitin. After scanning, sections of a submission are outlined in colour in an originality report. Turnitin holds a database of all student papers previously submitted worldwide, current and archived internet web sites, periodicals/journals, books and other publications.
Turnitin is integrated into Fleming's D2L platform and allows students to use its reports during their proofreading processes - the software shows you where plagiarism concerns may exist within your assignment and will make recommendations on what corrections may be needed.
Turnitin Workshop ScheduleTurnitin is an online tool used by some instructors to assess for plagiarism in student assignments, but did you know that you can use Turnitin to self-assess your work before handing it in? In this workshop, we'll demonstrate how to set up an account, submit your work, and how to understand the feedback report and use it to avoid plagiarism.