Please confirm the submission by clicking the Confirm button.
Note: Student submissions are not available for inactive accounts. Managing Assignments - Extending an Assignment From your instructor homepage, click the class title. From the class update page, amend the assignment end date, then click Submit.Late Submissions - Allowing Late Submissions From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Alternatively, right-click on send administrator an email and click copy email address (this text may differ depending on your browser-type). Submitting Papers for Students - Uploading a Single File Click the class name for the assignment you wish to access.If you are creating a new assignment where late submissions will be allowed, click the green Add Assignment button, select Paper Assignment as your assignment type, then click Next step. Paste this email address into your preferred email client. From the Actions column, click View for the assignment you wish to submit a paper to.Create a name for the assignment and set the start, due, and post dates.Click the Optional Settings link, towards the bottom of the page. If you would like to change the settings for an existing assignment, do the following: Click the class name. Managing Assignments - Viewing Paper Information Click the relevant class name in which the paper in question resides.Creating or Joining an Account - Creating a User Account If you're a UK instructor, visit the Turnitin account creation form.If you're an instructor outside of the UK, visit the account creation form.Click the i icon, located in the bottom left corner of the document viewer. Contacting Your Turnitin Administrator From your instructor homepage, click the account name for which you would like to contact the administrator.This will display the paper information, which, among other pieces of information, includes the submission ID, word count, resubmission count, and date last submitted. Late Submissions - Viewing Late Submissions From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Any late submissions will appear in red in the Date column. In the top right-hand corner, click send administrator an email to open your device's email client.Note: With a single Turnitin account, you can create classes and assignments in multiple institions at once.. Creating or Joining an Account - Joining an Account as a TA From your instructor homepage, click the Join Account (TA) tab. Logging In - Resetting a Password If you're a UK instructor, visit the Turnitin password reset page. Your class enrollment and TA join password must be between 4 and 12 characters. Set the start date and time for the first assignment in your class, then click Save. Therefore, you cannot edit your classes at or Turnitin Managing Classes - Inactive Accounts When your institution's Turnitin license expires, all classes in that account will change to read only/expired mode.This information can be obtained from each institution's Turnitin administrator. The master class ID and TA join password is required, and can only be gained from your instructor. Set your section name and enrollment password, then click Submit. If you're an instructor outside of the UK, visit the password reset page. You may receive an error message stating that 'editing has been disabled for this native account'. Your institution's Turnitin account administrator needs to contact their Turnitin sales representative in order to renew the Turnitin license.