Turnitin for Students

Baylor University subscribes to Turnitin, a web-based plagiarism detection/prevention service to which papers are submitted and compared to resources in the database, with the results of the comparison (including hyperlinks to web pages or other papers with the same text) sent to the instructor. Instructors at Baylor University may or may not choose to use this service in their classes.

If an instructor chooses to use the service, then:

Students agree that by taking a course, all required papers, exams, class projects or other assignments submitted for credit may be submitted to turnitin.com or similar third parties to review and evaluate for originality and intellectual integrity. A description of the services, terms and conditions of use, and privacy policy of turnitin.com is available on its web site: http://www.turnitin.com. Understand that all work submitted to turnitin.com will be added to its database of papers. Further understand that if the results of such a review support an allegation of academic dishonesty, the course work in question as well as any supporting materials may be submitted to the Honor Council for investigation and further action.

The easiest way to use Turnitin is through any course in Canvas. Turnitin uses the same Canvas assignment upload process you'll already familiar with.

Submitting an Assignment


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