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Recreating Turnitin classes individually

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Individual restoration allows instructors to recreate Turnitin classes individually; with this, you can select the specific classes you'd like to recreate rather than having to recreate all of them at once.


By using the Turnitin Class Restoration Tool to recreate a class in Moodle, you will subsequently be enrolled as a teacher on the Moodle course.

1. Select the course (Turnitin class) title from the list to recreate it in Moodle.


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2. If the Turnitin class is not currently linked to a Moodle course, you can either recreate the Turnitin class as a new Moodle course or link the Turnitin class to an existing Moodle course that has not previously been linked to Turnitin.


2a. Enter the course title and select Create New Moodle Course.


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2b.  Alternatively, select the Moodle course from the drop-down menu, then hit Link Course to existing Moodle Course


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If your Turnitin class is already linked to an existing Moodle course, you will be unable to create a new course or make any links. Skip to step 4.

3.  This class currently exists in Moodle as: [course name] will confirm the creation of your new course or linked course.


4. Select up to five assignments from the Turnitin class to create as multiple parts of one recreated Turnitin assignment in Moodle.


5. Hit the Download Assignment to Moodle button. That's it!


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Once you have recreated an assignment in Moodle, it will disappear from the list of assignments. You can return at a later date and recreate assignments when a link has been made between the Turnitin class and Moodle course.

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