Until recently, the only way to check students’ assignments for plagiarism was to create a Turnitin (LTI) assignment. You now have the option of creating a Canvas online assignment with the Turnitin plagiarism framework enabled. Find out the advantages of using the plagiarism framework feature in Canvas.
Turnitin paper view request from firstname.lastname@example.org is a request to access your student’s work that may match another student’s paper. When you receive this request, check the assignment details from Turnitin.com or Canvas. Responding to these emails can help investigate potential cases of plagiarism.
There are several options in how you can give students extra points in your Canvas course.
Question Banks house quiz questions that can be added to quizzes. Did you know you can bookmark and easily share question banks from one course to another?
In most cases, aegrotats can be handled by using assignment groups and excused (EX) marks for the missed assignment in Canvas. Read about the most common scenarios of managing aegrotats within Canvas in the ‘Aegrotats: Manage excused assignments in Canvas’ guide.
If you are marking assignments from Turnitin Feedback Studio, and you find that assignment scores do not convert into the way you expect in the Canvas gradebook, check that you are marking out of the correct total score.