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Logging In

Instructor and Student

 

To log into the Turnitin Feedback Studio iPad app, you must have a Turnitin user profile associated with a valid institutional Turnitin account. You must have your login credentials (or access code for instructors) available to gain access to your Turnitin account. If you do not have a Turnitin account, please visit instructor or student guidance for setting up a new account.

Logging in with an Email Address and Password

  

If you log into Turnitin directly, enter your email address and password, then tap the Log In button.

 

 

 

Note: If you are a student using Feedback Studio through an integration with an LMS, please log in to Turnitin via your LMS. Feedback Studio for iPad is only available to students using the Turnitin service directly.

 

Note: If you have forgotten your password, click here for guidance on resetting your password.

 

Logging in After Password Reset

 

Feedback Studio for iPad updates to identify any incorrect or outdated login credentials. If your password is changed while the app is linked to Turnitin, a prompt will appear advising of this change and will encourage you to correct the issue.

 

 

 

 


You are given five attempts to enter your new password.

 

 

 

 


If all five attempts fail, you will, at this point, be warned that you are working offline and your data will not sync to the server.

 

 

 

 

Note: Whenever you attempt to complete a task involving sending or receiving data to or from the Turnitin server, you will be encouraged to enter your new password. Initially, you may defer the process of entering your new password and can continue with your work. Any unsynced data created after the password change will be synced automatically to the server.

 

 

Instructor

Logging in with an Access Code

 

If you are an instructor using Feedback Studio through an integration with a learning management system (LMS), you can also use an access code to log into the app.

 

1a. Tap the Log in with Access Code button.

 

 

1b.  If you do not have an access code, see the guidance below for generating a class access code.

 

 


2. Enter your access code in the field provided, then click Log In from the top right-hand corner.

 

 

Generating a Class Access Code

 

If you access Turnitin through an integration with a learning management system, you will need to generate a class access code in order to log in to your classes on Turnitin for iPad.

 

1. Log into your LMS from your device.
 

 


2. Open the Turnitin Document Viewer for any paper by clicking on the assignment name.

 

Note: In order to generate your access code, there must be a submission made to an assignment for the class you wish to add.

 

 


3. Tap on the iPad icon in the bottom left-hand corner of the document viewer.

 

 

 


4. A popup box will appear. Click the Generate code button to gain your access code.


 

 


5. Your one-time access code will  appear in place of the Generate code button. Make a note of this code for use within the Turnitin for iPad app.

 

 

 


6. Return to the Feedback Studio for iPad app to log in using the access code.


Adding Additional Class Codes After Login

 

If you usually access Turnitin directly, as well as via an integration, you can log in to the Feedback Studio app using your email address and password, then add extra classes using access codes. The same applies if you only use Turnitin through an integration; you can add more access codes after login.

 

1.  Once logged in, tap the user profile button in the top right-hand corner.

 


 


2. Tap Add Class With Access Code.

 


 


3. Enter your access code, then tap Add.

 



 


4. Tap the account name from the Turnitin homepage in order to view your list of added classes.

 

 

 

Note: You cannot remove classes using Turnitin for iPad. In order to remove the classes from this list, you must permanently delete this Turnitin class, using the desktop version of Turnitin.

 

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