turnitin guide

Turnitin is the plagiarism detection software used at ITC

for information on the use of Turnitin or to request an account (only for staff members), contact Carla Gerritsen c.m.gerritsen@utwente.nl

Ephorus users can request a new Turnitin account. 

Turnitin User guides:
Setting up your account after requesting access
Basic login

Turnitin plagiarism check or 'similarity check' is part of the Turnitin Feedback studio,
but you can also only use the plagiarism check, here is how: 

Use Quick submit for single papers or zipfile upload
Activate Quick Submit
Submit via Quick Submit

In the following situations we talk about plagiarism: 
* Submitting past work 
* Paraphrasing without acknowledgment
* Summarizing without acknowledgment 
* 'Copy' and 'paste' another person's work in your own work without acknowledgment

Plagiarism is not allowed in scientific communication.

For general examples of plagiarism click here 
For more information on plagiarism click here
For more general information on publication ethics, see http://www.publicationethics.org/