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How to Interpret ‘Turnitin’ Reports. Lindsay Williams Senior Lecturer in Business and Management . Overview. What is ‘Turnitin’? How to interpret your Turnitin report Common mistakes and errors Sources of help. What is Turnitin?.

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how to interpret turnitin reports
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How to Interpret ‘Turnitin’ Reports

Lindsay Williams

Senior Lecturer in Business and Management

overview
Overview
  • What is ‘Turnitin’?
  • How to interpret your Turnitin report
  • Common mistakes and errors
  • Sources of help

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what is turnitin
What is Turnitin?
  • Turnitin is a ‘text matching’ or ‘plagiarism detection’ software
  • It is used as a developmental tool for students and to help staff detect plagiarism and copying
  • A highsimilarity match does not necessarily mean plagiarism or copying. It could be because:
    • there is an overuse of direct quotations within the work
    • common phrases or series of words are being used that are the same
  • A low match does not necessarily mean that cheating has not occurred
    • some sections (albeit small) may be plagiarised or copied
    • there are increasing sophisticated methods….

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This shows that 6% matches an assignment submitted to Oxford Brookes University by another student

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It is likely that another student on your course completing the same assignment has written the same series of words

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other points to note
Other points to note
  • Your Similarity Index Score may be high because of your reference list
  • You score may be high because you are using ‘Headers and Footers’ that have the assignment title included on every page of your work
  • If some of your work matches the content of a ‘Student Paper’ submitted at your University or another institution, you will not be able to access the original source (i.e. the other student’s work) on screen when you view your report. Only your tutors and University will be able to request that information from Turnitin
  • Please try not to worry!

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sources of help
Sources of Help
  • If you are unsure about any aspect of referencing the please make contact with your tutor or Academic Adviser
  • There are a number of supporting guides to help you:
    • The Referencing Guide for your Faculty
    • Reusable Learning Objects in RADAR:
      • How to submit a Turnitin Assignment
      • How to resubmit a Turnitin Assignment
      • What types of file can I submit to Turnitin?
      • Dissertation Turnitin Submission Guidance
      • How to upload dissertations into Turnitin - cut and paste method
      • Multiple document formats in Turnitin
      • How to find your Turnitin report
    • The Library and online resources such as PLATO
    • The University website (Student Regulations)

Good luck with your studies!

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