Turnitin

The library provides ‘Turnitin’ program for similarity checking for journal article manuscripts, thesis/dissertations, assignment, etc. to all of UNIST members.

 

※ Contact Information

  • Plagiarism Checking for Thesis/Dissertation: Education Affairs Team (217-1117)
  • Research Ethics: Research Promotion Team (217-1172)
  • How to Use ‘Turnitin’ Program: Library (217-1405)

 

※ Create ‘Turnitin’ account: Login this website and Refer to the ‘Create Account’ Section

Turnitin is a similarity checking program to check the originality of students and researchers’ writings and prevent potential plagiarism.

  • It compares papers against Internet pages, subscription repository of periodicals, journals, publications and repository of previously submitted papers.
  • Students or researchers can check the similarity of their writings by ‘Self-Check’ functions. Professors and instructors also check their students’ assignments and papers.
  • E-Rater Grammer Check: Turnitin automatically checks papers for grammar, usage, mechanics, style and spelling errors.
  • More information: Turnitin (http://www.turnitin.com/)

Create Account (for Self-Check)

Information for creating ‘Turnitin’ account (※ Only UNIST members, Login is required)

Request instructor role for Turnitin (Only for Professors and Staff)

  • Professors and staff can use the ‘Turnitin’ as an instructor by requesting the role. Instructors can add classes and check similarity of the students’ works. (More information: Turninit – instructor Training)
  • Professors and teaching assistants can use the ‘Turnitin’ function in the BlackBoard system (※ Contact the Center for Teaching and Learning)
  • Request an instructor account: Online Application Form (for professors, staff, researchers, etc.)

Guides

UNIST Research Ethics

Thesis/Dissertation FAQ - Using previously published materials in a thesis/dissertation

  • Library website > Research Supports > Writing & Submitting Thesis > FAQ

Resources

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