Student guide: Submitting your assignment via Turnitin

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submit your work to turnitin

In Blackboard you may be required to submit your assignment via the Turnitin tool.

Watch the slides below to find out how to submit your assignment to Turnitin.

You can can follow the links in the slides, and note that related how-to’s are listed below should you want to learn more.

Submitting your draft assignment to Turnitin is a great way to practice your academic writing and referencing skills.

For further advice for using Turnitin go to RMIT Students: Turnitin

For more about academic integrity, please see RMIT Students: Academic integrity.

In submitting your assessment to Turnitin you accept and agree with the RMIT Student assessment declaration

For assistance with the referencing style required by your discipline, please see Library referencing guides


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