Give feedback and grade assignments with this tool that fosters writing excellence and academic integrity.
Deliver and grade all types of assessments from anywhere using this modern assessment platform.
Improve program outcomes with instant data insights from secure digital exams taken offline.
This high-stakes plagiarism checking tool is the gold standard for academic researchers and publishers.
Address the originality of student work and emerging trends in misconduct with this comprehensive solution.
This robust, comprehensive plagiarism checker fits seamlessly into existing workflows.
Uphold academic integrity, streamline grading and feedback, and protect your reputation with these tools.
Improve student writing, check for text similarity, and help develop original thinking skills with these tools for teachers.
Academic integrity and assessment solutions for today’s training organisations
Publish with confidence using the tool top researchers and publishers trust to ensure the originality of scholarly works.
Exploring what’s next for research and research integrity
Navigating change in assessment to support hybrid learning environments
Strengthening approaches to effective feedback and student engagement
Addressing the evolution of student cheating and cultivating academic integrity
Thought-leadership on educational best practices, pedagogy, and writing, research, and assessment with integrity
Connect with Turnitin at in-person and virtual events, including webinars, conferences, and meetups
Hear from our customers and how they champion Turnitin products to ensure academic integrity and save time marking
Explores academic and research integrity in both work and personal spaces and how educators can nurture original thinking in student work.
Ingrid Lee | Teaching Focused Academic at Victoria University
In this video (part 1 of 2), Ingrid Lee discusses the value of formative assessment design in enhancing learning outcomes and the student experience at Victoria University.
Speaking about her department’s investment in ‘block learning’ delivery, she credits this program’s dynamic, flexible structure as helping educators and students to better navigate the rapid shift to remote learning and the associated challenges.
Ingrid explores the idea that if universities are to advocate for formative assessment, then they need to be modelling it as part of the students’ active learning experience.
Watch part 2 →
In this video (part 2 of 2), Ingrid Lee continues the discussion on formative assessment and its application to...
In this video (part 1 of 2), Dr Kevin Bell explores how higher education is facing increased competition from...
In this video (part 2 of 2), Dr Kevin Bell continues his discussion on disruption in the higher education sector...
Every new episode from Integrity Matters by Turnitin, delivered straight to your inbox.