Turnitin / Academic Honesty: Home

A Turnitin.com How-to Guide for Instructors and Students. Contains Information on Plagiarism, How to Properly Cite Sources, and the Academic Integrity Policies at Marquette.

About Turnitin Feedback Studio

Connect to Turnitin

Turnitin Feedback Studio is a redesign of the Turnitin interface. Turnitin Feedback Studio made its debut August 8, 2016. Much of the functionality has not changed. Some terminology has changed, e.g., Originality Check is now Similarity Report.

Provides a Similarity Report, which compares a student's work to a continuously updated database of:

 –   Previously submitted student papers
 –   Journal articles
 –   Accessible internet sites

Used by faculty to evaluate student work for:

 –   Academic honesty
 –   Proper citations and attribution
 –   Plagiarism

In addition to the Originality Check, Turnitin includes  Peer Review and Online Grading Components;  all are available to Marquette Faculty, however Raynor Memorial Libraries provide support for Originality Check only.   See Support.

The Interface between D2L and Turnitin remains available.  Students can submit papers to both D2L and Turnitin simultaneously via a D2L dropbox.

Turnitin - An Overview

Please note: even though the Grademark and Peermark functions of Turnitin are available to Marquette instructors, the libraries provide technical support only for the Similarity Report. Grademark in Turnitin and Grademark in D2L are not the same.



Instructors NOT Using D2L - MU Access to Turnitin

  • Contact Keven Riggle for login credentials.
    (414) 288-3253

Turnitin Similarity Report Questions

  • Contact Raynor Information Desk (414) 288-7556

Questions about the Interface between D2L & Turnitin

Technical Support From Turnitin

Be  prepared to supply:

  1. Instructor's User ID
  2. Class ID
  3. User ID of student
  4. Student Paper ID