Turnitin has an ‘End User License Agreement’ (EULA) which students are prompted to accept or decline before uploading their work to a Turnitin enabled assignment for the first time.
In cases where students have declined the user agreement and then uploaded their assignments to QMplus, no originality report will be generated.
Graders will see the following when they access the grading interface and hover the mouse cursor over the red icon – which alerts them that the file has not been submitted to Turnitin:
Should the user later accept the EULA, the module convenor / tutor will need to ‘allow another attempt’ in order for the file to be submitted to Turnitin and an originality report generated.
Schools are advised to encourage students to accept the user agreement to ensure that the originality report is generated.
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