How it works
Just as with other "dropbox" assignments on the University of Waterloo-LEARN, students will submit their papers, assignments, theses, or research papers electronically (by an "upload"), but in this case the document is sent to the Turnitin® service. Turnitin® then compares the content of those submitted papers to all of the other papers and documents submitted to its database and highlights any similarities between a student's paper and an existing document.
For further information on using Turnitin® at Waterloo:
Interested in learning more about Turnitin®? Visit Waterloo LEARN help for more information on Turnitin® courses.
If you are unable to attend one of these sessions but are interested in using Turnitin®, please contact Sean Warren (ext: 46950)
If your department wishes to host a course for instructors in your own area, with a minimum of 10 attendees, please contact Sean Warren (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange a time.
If you want more information on LEARN, contact LEARN Help by email (email@example.com) or phone (ex. 41744).