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How to: Invite staff and students to join a community in G+

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You can use a Google Community as a communal space where you can share ideas and have ongoing conversations with students and staff involved in your course. The following document will step you through the process of inviting them to join your Google Community. You can follow the links in the document, and note that related how-to’s are listed below …

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How to: Join a community in G+

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A Google Community is a communal space where you can share ideas and have ongoing conversations with other people in your course, or with people around other shared interests. The following document will step you through the process of joining a Google Community. You can follow the links in the document, and note that related how-to’s are listed below should …

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Student Guide: Using the similarity checker in Turnitin

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Assignments submitted via Turnitin can be checked for originality against a wide variety of sources including previous student papers, online databases, internet sources and other uploaded documents. To learn more about how you can use the originality checker in Turnitin Classic, watch the Turnitin Student training video below. For instructions using Studio Feedback, visit the Interpreting the Similarity Report page. …

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Student guide: Viewing your results and feedback in Turnitin

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In Blackboard you may be required to submit your assignment via the Turnitin tool. If so, Turnitin may also be used to return your results and feedback. Watch the slides below to find out how to see your results and read your feedback in Turnitin Classic or Studio Feedback. You can can follow the links in the slides, and note …

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Student guide: Submitting your assignment via Turnitin

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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. For further advice for using Turnitin go to RMIT …