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Viewing Turnitin Dropbox submissions in D2L

This article describes how students can view Turnitin-enabled Dropbox feedback, scoring, and/or originality reports

Turnitin can be used to add additional functionality to the D2L Dropbox tool. Turnitin is mainly used for originality checking, but may also be used to leave feedback and/or score your submissions.

Viewing originality reports

Your instructor may or may not enable your ability to view originality reports. To view your originality report, do the following:

  1. Click on Dropbox in the navigation bar
  2. Click on the number located in the Submissions column that corresponds to your assignment
  3. Click on the colored box beneath the Report header to view your originality report.

Viewing Grademark feedback

Some instructors choose to make use of Grademark to mark up your documents, as opposed to marking them in Word and attaching them to your Dropbox feedback. To view Grademark feedback, either follow the originality report steps above, and then click on Grademark from within Turnitin, or follow the steps below.

  1. Click on Dropbox in the navigation bar
  2. Click on the number located in the Submissions column that corresponds to your assignment
  3. student view of dropbox
  4. Click on the Turnitin Similarity score box to view your annotated document in a new tab.
shows similarity score

Viewing scored results within Turnitin

Note: most instructors do not utilize rubrics and scoring within Turnitin. If you do not see a rubric or scoring results in Turnitin, this is most likely the reason unless your instructor has communicated otherwise.

To view your score within Turnitin, or view the scoring rubric, do the following:

  1. View the Grademark screen, using the steps above in Viewing Grademark feedback.
  2. The upper-right score will display your score as well as the maximum score available for the assignment.
  3. The icons in the lower-right corner of the screen allow you to toggle between viewing comments and the scoring rubric. To view the rubric, click on the grid-like icon that represents a rubric.

If you do not see comments

If you do not see comments, your instructor may have shared them with you another way OR you may not have commenting turned on in this viewer. To turn on and view comments:
  1. Click to choose layers to display
  2. Enable "Grading" (grading markup)
  3. Click on the speech bubble icons in your paper to see comments
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Keywords:student instructor D2L dropbox Turnitin   Doc ID:51990
Owner:Nathan K.Group:UW Green Bay
Created:2015-06-05 11:48 CDTUpdated:2016-12-01 13:10 CDT
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