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Once the inactive account is renewed, submissions will become available again. Managing Assignments - Using Quick Submit To ensure Quick Submit is enabled, click User Info from the top of your instructor homepage. Managing Assignments - Using the Assignment Inbox From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Use the Assignment Inbox to view submissions that you or your students have made. Managing Assignments - Viewing Submitted Papers in the Document Viewer From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Click the title of the paper to open the Document Viewer. Managing Assignments - Allowing Resubmissions Click the class title from your instructor homepage. Managing Assignments - The Post Date Explained The post date feature is available for accounts using the grade book, online grading tools, or Peer Mark.Managing Assignments - Creating an Assignment From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Select Paper Assignment as your assignment type, and click Next step. Managing Assignments - Applying Online Grading Settings From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Select Optional settings and scroll down to Grade Mark. Under Account Settings, ensure Activate quick submit is set to Yes, then click Submit. Use the Assignment Inbox to organize student papers or view Grade Mark reports. Click More Actions, then select Edit from the dropdown. Scroll to the Generate Originality Reports for student submissions section. The post date is the date that grades and marked papers will be released for student view, meaning all students in a class will receive their feedback at the same time.Fill in the account creation form, following the onscreen instructions. Creating or Joining an Account - Joining an Account From your instructor homepage, click the Join Account tab. Managing Classes - Reactivating an Expired Class From your instructor homepage, click the edit (cog) icon. Managing Classes - Copying a Class From your instructor homepage, click the copy icon.The account ID and join password is required, and can only be gained from your account administrator. The account ID and join password is required, and can only be gained from your account administrator. Managing Classes - Creating a Class Click the green Add Class button. If you're adding a master class, you must also enter a TA join password. From the class update page, amend the class end date, then click Submit. From the copy class page, amend the class name and enrollment password. Managing Classes - Editing Outside of an LMS Assignments created through an LMS can only be edited within the LMS in which they were created.You may receive an error message stating that 'editing has been disabled for this native account'. When creating a new assignment, do the following: Click the class name.Click the Add Assignment button, then choose Paper Assignment.If you are editing an existing assignment to allow late submissions, click More Actions next to the assignment you wish to edit, then select Edit from the dropdown. Enter or edit any assignment details, as well as any optional settings. Submitting Papers for Students From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Enter the submission details and choose the file you wish to upload, then click Upload. Click the Submit File button to the left of the page.To allow late submissions, you must ensure that Yes is selected under the optional setting: Allow submissions after the due date. Late Submissions - Sending a Reminder to Students From your instructor homepage, click the class title. Ensure Single File Upload is selected from the Submit: dropdown list at the top of the page.
You can choose your file from your computer, Dropbox, or Google Drive by clicking the respective buttons under Choose the file you want to upload to Turnitin: By clicking Choose from your computer, this will allow you to locate and select the file from your device.Please confirm the submission by clicking the Confirm button.You will see a confirmation screen with a Submission ID at the bottom of the page. Note: You must choose an enrolled student from the Author drop down list in order for that student see that you've submitted on his or her behalf.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.