Before you are able to configure Turnitin LTI to work with your LMS, you must have your account administrator contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request LTI be activated on your existing Turnitin account.
If you are not an existing Turnitin customer, you can request a quote. A representative will contact you within 3 business days. Mention you would like LTI activated on your account when signing up to get started.
To use the Turnitin LTI 1.1 API, administrators must provide the following items within the LMS LTI configuration screen:
URL for the Turnitin paper assignment
Please choose a URL based on your location:
https://api.turnitinuk.com/api/lti/1p0/assignment (UK users only)
https://api.turnitin.com/api/lti/1p0/assignment (All other users)
Account ID (referred to as the "consumer key")
This allows an LMS to correctly integrate with a Turnitin account. Account IDs can be found on the left-hand side of the account name on the administrator homepage in Turnitin.
Shared Key (configured by the Turnitin administrator in the Turnitin LTI integration setup)
The shared secret key is used to verify the integrity of requests sent from the institution’s LMS account to the institution’s Turnitin account. The shared secret key can be any word or alphanumeric 8-character text string, containing at least one letter and one number. The shared secret key entered in Turnitin must be identical to the shared secret key entered within the LMS. To be clear, both keys must match in order for access to be granted, otherwise, the integration will not work.
Allow the LMS to send the user email address
This is required in order to launch the Turnitin Tool and ensures that the LMS and Turnitin users are mapped properly.
For more details on how to configure an integration for a specific LMS, please refer to the LMS instruction manuals or contact your LMS provider.