Turnitin, the application that Curtin uses for assessment submissions, has recently undergone some changes.
Changes to the submission process are detailed below. One major difference to note, is that digital receipts are no longer emailed; you will now need to download them from the assignment dashboard.`
Assessment submission point After you click on the Turnitin submission point, you may notice a delay while the LTI Tool loads, and that the interface has changed slightly as well.
When submitting an assessment in Turnitin, the button formerly called ‘Submit’ will now say ‘Upload Submission’.
You will still click to choose your file:
Once you have located the file you would like to upload, click on ‘Upload and Review’. The Turnitin update means your ‘Submission Title’ will now auto-populate. However, this field is still editable.
And like before, you still confirm your submission, but now you will click on ‘Submit to Turnitin’.
Once uploaded, you should return to the assignment dashboard, where you can choose to:
• Download your Digital Receipt [see image: red boxes]
• View your paper in the Feedback Studio [see image: green boxes]
• Re-submit your paper (if the settings allow) [see image: orange box]
• Download your paper [see image: purple box]
We strongly recommend you download your digital receipt, as it is no longer emailed to you. If there is ever an issue with your submission, having a copy of the digital receipt will often assist.
At any time (before or after submission), you can click on the name of the submission point to find:
• Start date
• Due date
• Feedback release date (previously the post date)
• Max points
• Additional settings
If you have access to old units* and wish to re-download old submissions, we recommend you do this as soon as possible, as the old Turnitin integration will stop access to old submission points at the end of 2023.
We also recommend you save all work related to Curtin on your Curtin OneDrive. Then, if you no longer have access to your computer, you can log in to another computer and simply access the files on your Curtin OneDrive. View useful OneDrive information in the SupportU Hub – you must be logged in to OASIS to access the SupportU Hub.
* Access to old units is usually only up to 12-18 months after the End Date of the Study Period.