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What is turnitin.com? An online paper submission website Online grading Paper free! A place to keep a record of your assignments
Setting up an account Go to turnitin.com and click on “New User” near the log in Scroll down to “New Students Start Here” to “create a new user profile” Create a new account as “student”
How to create an account Enter the class ID your instructor provides Enter the password instructor provided Enter your REAL name and a working email. ONE email per account. Use a password that will be easy for you to remember (I can only retrieve your email)
There is a slide for each class period. GO TO THE CORRECT class period for YOU so you enroll in the right class
Period 2 Class ID/password Class ID: 4481021 Password: booksrule (this is CaSe Sensitive!)
Period 3 Class ID/password Class ID: 4481026 Password: booksrule (this is CaSe Sensitive!)
Period 6 Class ID/password Class ID: 4481029 Password: booksrule (this is CaSe Sensitive!)
Submit an assignment Once you enroll, you can see what classes you’ve enrolled in. Click on your class period for this class You will see a list of assignments
Submitting an assignment Click on “submit” with the up arrow next to the assignment you want to submit for Uploading is preferred over copy and paste Make sure your assignment is double spaced. Click on “browse” to find your assignment in your files
Upload After adding your assignment, click on “upload” Wait. Preview your assignment. It may not look double spaced, but that’s ok. It will be. Just be sure that it is the correct assignment.
Final Submit If it is correct, be sure to hit SUBMIT on the bottom of the preview page. Your assignment is not posted until you see the green check mark that says “success!” and you see a copy of your Turnitin Digital Receipt You will also receive an email of your receipt. Save this! It’s your only record of your submission.
Check your originality report After you submit your assignment, view your portfolio. This is where you can see your assignment double spaced, once it is finished loading. Refresh your page a few times You will see a percentage on the right in a color box