Amy points out handy resources to help you with e-Submission
Turnitin is used for the e-submission of your assignments. It is an online tool that you use to upload your work so that it can be marked by your tutor. You access Turnitin from Blackboard.
Important things you need to know about submitting your work for marking
- Use the correct naming convention for your files – your school may specify a particular format.
- Submit your completed assignment to the correct, FINAL submissions folder when it is ready for marking. Work submitted mistakenly to the DRAFT folder at this stage will not be marked.
- When you submit work for marking, you are accepting the submission declaration.
- Check the file size. Files must be less than 40Mb. Contact your lecturer if your file is greater than 40Mb.
- Use an accepted file type. File types accepted are: MS Word, WordPerfect, PostScript, PDF, HTML, RTF or plain text. You can ask at The Library for help if you are not sure about a file type. For non text-based assessments (e.g. audio/video, etc.) your tutor may use the Blackboard Assignment Tool.
If you are unsure how to use Turnitin we have videos and guidance on the Skills for Learning website.
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