Using Data to Back up Teachers' Intuition

Turnitin Originality now surfaces metadata about a student’s submission via the Document Details Insight panel. These details can provide a valuable insight into a student’s research and planning processes and also offer evidence to back up that nagging gut feeling that something perhaps “just isn’t right” with the submitted work. These data points may also help to have that awkward conversation with a student about the authenticity of their work, at an early stage, and may prevent malpractice becoming a serious issue.

What data do you find useful in building up a picture of the origin of a document and a students’ planning and research processes?

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