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  1. Login to Turnitin using NUSNET credentials will been disabled as of December 2016. This is Turnitin's decision, not CIT's.
  2. If you have:
    1. used Turnitin directly before December 2016 or
    2. ever used Turnitin via IVLE,
    you already have a Turnitin account with your NUSNET email as your username and a system-assigned random password.
  3. These instructions are applicable only to Turnitin users who need to access Turnitin directly. If you have always used Turnitin via IVLE Files (Workbin), these instructions do not apply to you.

LOG IN to Turnitin

Go to turnitin.com.

Click Log In on the top right.

Enter your Turnitin account email address.

Enter your Turnitin account password.

Click Log In.

Create a Turnitin account

CIT does not create Turnitin accounts manually.

A Turnitin account is created automatically when you create a Turnitin submission folder in IVLE.

You need not log in directly to Turnitin unless there are specific features you want to use that are not available in IVLE:

  • Revision assignment
  • Reflection assignment
  • Quick Submit

Note: submission on behalf on students is not possible in Turnitin submission folders in IVLE. However, instead of going to Turnitin direct, you can:

  • set up Turnitin submission folders in IVLE,
  • change the optional settings to not allow students to view the similarity index nor the originality report, and
  • request that your students hand in their assignments in the Turnitin submission folder in IVLE.

RESET your Turnitin account password, if necessary

 For instructors...

  1. Your Turnitin account is separate from your NUSNET account.
  2. Resetting your Turnitin password does not affect your NUSNET password.
  3. DO NOT reuse your NUSNET password for your Turnitin account.
Reset your Turnitin password
  • Go to the Turnitin login page.
  • Click the Forgot your password link. (See note below regarding last name.)
  • If the email and password match the details that Turnitin has on record, you will be sent an email with further instructions on resetting your password.
  • If you get the wrong last name, refer to the note below.

You need to provide your NUS email address and your last name.

  • The NUS Turnitin Administrator does not know nor has access to individual account information in Turnitin.

As your last name is system-assigned, your actual last name likely does not tally with the last name in your Turnitin account.

Try the following as your last name, in this order:

  1. Your NUSNET ID e.g. citabc or e0123456
  2. Your NUSNET email address
  3. Your friendly-mail alias
  4. Everything after the first word in your name as in your staff or matriculation card. Example:
    1. IVLE Display Name: Tan Ah Kow
    2. First name in Turnitin is: Tan
    3. Last name in Turnitin is: Ah Kow

You may have to try several variations to retrieve your Turnitin password

If you have tried all possible variations of your name and you have a friendly-mail email, try the friendly-mail instead.

Once you have reset your password, login at turnitin.com.

 For students...
  1. You are only required to login directly to Turnitin if your instructor requires you to do so. Most Turnitin submissions are done directly in IVLE Files.
  2. You will know you are required to submit directly to Turnitin if you:
    1. receive a welcome email from Turnitin, or
    2. are provided a class ID and class enrolment password to enrol in a Turnitin class.
  3. If you received a Welcome email from Turnitin,
    1. with a create your password link, disregard the instructions below and follow the instructions at this link to create a Turnitin account and join the class.
    2. only notifying you of that you have been added to a class in Turnitin, you already have an existing Turnitin account. Continue on to the reset your password instructions below.
  4. If you were provided a class ID and class enrolment password by your instructor, follow these instructions.
    1. If you are prompted that your email exists in Turnitin, continue on to the reset your password instructions below.

  1. Your Turnitin account is separate from your NUSNET account.
  2. Resetting your Turnitin password does not affect your NUSNET password.
  3. DO NOT reuse your NUSNET password for your Turnitin account.
Reset your Turnitin password
  • Go to the Turnitin login page.
  • Click the Forgot your password link. (See note below regarding last name.)
  • If the email and password match the details that Turnitin has on record, you will be sent an email with further instructions on resetting your password.
  • If you get the wrong last name, refer to the note below.

You need to provide your NUS email address and your last name.

  • The NUS Turnitin Administrator does not know nor has access to individual account information in Turnitin.

As your last name is system-assigned, your actual last name likely does not tally with the last name in your Turnitin account.

Try the following as your last name, in this order:

  1. Your NUSNET ID e.g. citabc or e0123456
  2. Your NUSNET email address
  3. Your friendly-mail alias
  4. Everything after the first word in your name as in your staff or matriculation card. Example:
    1. IVLE Display Name: Tan Ah Kow
    2. First name in Turnitin is: Tan
    3. Last name in Turnitin is: Ah Kow

You may have to try several variations to retrieve your Turnitin password

If you have tried all possible variations of your name and you have a friendly-mail email, try the friendly-mail instead.

Once you have reset your password, login at turnitin.com.

 

 

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