Step 8 - Viewing Originality ReportsYour Assignment Inbox shows submitted papers with their Originality Reports if available. To open the Originality Report for the paper you just submitted, click the report icon. Note: A grayed out report icon indicates that the report has not yet been generated. Please wait a few moments and click your browser's refresh button.
The Originality Report will open in a new window called the Document Viewer. The Document Viewer allows instructors to access each Turnitin product in one location and view all the products simultaneously as layers.All the top sources found to match the paper submission are in the sidebar to the right of the paper contents. Top sources are the sources that have the closest match (most matching words without variation) to the document's text.
To view all underlying sources for a top source hover the cursor over the source and click on the arrow icon. The overlapping sources are listed below the top source.
To exclude a source from the Match Breakdown list click on the 'Select Sources to be Excluded' button at the bottom of the source list.Click on the check box next to all the sources you would like to exclude.
Once you have selected all the sources to exclude, click on the 'Exclude (#)' button at the bottom of the Match Breakdown list. If the sources that were excluded affects the Similarity Index it will recalculate and display a new percentage of matching content.
Step 9 - Leaving Feedback on SubmissionsFrom the Assignment Inbox click on the blue pencil icon next to the paper title to open the paper in GradeMark to grade the student submission online. The GradeMark system contains several tools and types of mark that instructors can use in grading and assessing papers.
- inline comments
- QuickMark comments
- rubric scorecards
- general comments
- voice comments
For more information about GradeMark please view our GradeMark training pages or use our GradeMark interactive tutorial