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Introducing the Turnitin Resources Page

Your culture of academic integrity begins with Turnitin. Start the conversation with our collection of creative resources that foster original thinking and authentic learning in and outside the classroom.

Audrey Campbell
Audrey Campbell






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We have revamped our website to include a meaningful, easy-to-use Resources Page. Turnitin's veteran Curriculum Team strives to develop pedagogically sound literacy and feedback resources across products and markets. In addition, Turnitin continues to partner with learners and leaders from around the world to cultivate a collection of thoughtful resources for the classroom and beyond.

With the Resources Page, you can experience content in a way you never have before. From rubrics and lesson plans to news articles and videos, the Resources Page is the first stop for students, educators, and administrators seeking creative materials to build writing and academic integrity skills. Then, join the conversation on innovation and education with our podcast, webcast, and blog or by taking part in the Turnitin Educator Network Forum.

Here’s a sneak peek of three things that you can find on our Resources Page and how you can use them in your classroom:

  • 25 ways to use exemplar essays in the classroom with Revision Assistant. Whether you're preparing your students to write to a Revision Assistant prompt or teaching them how to spot the key features of a strong essay, these activities pair with our Exemplar Essays for a fun, hands-on way to enhance your writing analysis lessons.
  • You know tfw u LOL too much? OMG! Text abbreviations and limited character counts have impacted the way that we communicate online. On the Resources Page, listen to episodes of our Turnitin podcast, The Written Word. In episode 3, we examine how technology has changed the way we write and what it means to write effectively in the digital age. Special Guest: Bryan Alexander, futurist, educator, researcher, writer.
  • Wondering what types of feedback are most valuable for students? Turnitin conducted a survey of nearly 900 students to gather insights into how instructor feedback impacts the development of student writing. Download the white paper from the Resources Page and learn about the most effective writing feedback for students today.

Visit today to see how you can incorporate these great activities into your curriculum!