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The Learning Technologies Group (LTG) provides information about plagiarism detection and how it is managed at Oxford University.

turnitin is a plagiarism detection service that can be used either as an external service, or integrated with the submission of assignments in WebLearn. In both cases, student work is compared with the turnitin database which grows by 200,000 papers per day.

turnitin is integrated with the WebLearn Assignments tool. The advantages of using the turnitin option from within WebLearn assignments are:

To help people get started the WebLearn team have developed a WebLearn site dedicated to help and guidance regarding the use of turnitin at Oxford University.



1. turnitin At Oxford Blog

Visit the TurnItIn blog

Newcastle conference highlights
Turnitin to end support for Internet Explorer 8
The Turnitin newly released teaching tools – share rubrics and lesson plans
Turnitin new features released
Interpreting Originality Reports from Turnitin
The impact of plagiarism prevention and online grading in Higher Education
Turnitin supports text matching in 30 different languages
New from Turnitin – submit from the Cloud and Dropbox
Turnitin Originality Reports not appearing in WebLearn
Turnitin User Group meeting Wed 26 March 2:00pm

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