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account A Turnitin account allows instructors to use products purchased from Turnitin
account ID  The numeric identification number for a specific account or sub-account
administrator The controller of a specific Turnitin account. This user type is able to install and configure, activate or deactivate products on an account, change account settings, and add or remove instructors from account access
consortium account An account type which is the parent for multiple institutional accounts. Consortium accounts do not allow instructors to directly join. Instructors must be added to an institutional or departmental account
GradeMark A digital grading product offered by Turnitin which allows instructors to place comments and QuickMark editing marks on a submission for students to review. This product 
also includes standardized rubric scorecards and the ability to share QuickMarkSM standard editing marks and rubric scorecards between instructors on an account via export or via administrators using the libraries sharing feature of the GradeMark digital grading product
homepage the default login page, which is different based on the selected default user type of the user profile being accessed
instructor the term used for teachers, tutors, or other student assisting users added or authorized to join as instructors on a specific Turnitin account. A single person may be joined to multiple Turnitin accounts or sub-accounts using one user profile or separate user profiles. Users may fill more than one user type role on Turnitin
internet archive  Turnitin’s web repository includes inactive or no 
longer available web pages and copies of pages that have changed over time. This allows Turnitin to search against information that is no longer available or which has changed over time. 
libraries The libraries menu displays the rubrics created by Turnitin 
or the instructor. For more information about rubrics please view the GradeMark training video or the rubric section of the GradeMark manual available at
log in The act of an authorized user entering the e-mail address and personal password created for a user profile to enter Turnitin as the user associated with the e-mail address entered
Originality Report he Originality Report is a flexible document that allows students and instructors to review matches between a submitted work and the repositories scanned by Turnitin. Citations, quotations, and bibliographic material are all scanned against Turnitin’s repositories to determine an overall similarity percentage as well as specific matches to similar text
PeerMark This product allows students to anonymously or with attribution review submissions made by other students within the course. Students reply to free response and scale questions 
selected or created by the instructor. Instructors may also comment on the paper using three different commenting tools: inline text tool, highlighter tool, and composition marks. A PeerMark assignment must be based on a normal Turnitin assignment where the student papers are initially submitted 
Plagiarism Prevention This product creates Originality Reports for submissions in assignments on Turnitin. The Originality Reports allow instructors and students to easily determine any problems in citation or referencing and assists instructors in determining the originality of a submitted work
product A specific service, feature, or group of features offered by Turnitin as part of the purchase of a Turnitin license by an educational customer
proxy server A proxy server is a server that stands between an institution’s network and the internet. The proxy server passes requests from the institution’s network to places on the internet and returns the responses from the internet to the institution’s network
repository A set of information of a specific type or types. In the specific context of the Originality Report provided by Turnitin, repository is used to refer to the type of information the submission was evaluated against for direct matching or high levels of similarity. Available repositories include internet, archived internet, periodical/journal/publication information, and previous submissions
shared key  A shared key is the eight digit, alphanumeric code that an institution’s Turnitin account administrator creates. See page 3 for instructions on how to create the shared key. The shared key is used to verify the integrity of requests sent from the Institution’s Moodle account to the institution’s Turnitin account
student A user type able to enroll in courses created by an instructor 
user. Student user profiles can only submit to assignments created by an instructor in a class they are joined to or have been authorized to join
sub-account An account created beneath a parent account. The Turnitin account tree allows for multiple sub-accounts created 
under each parent account. Only individual accounts may not create sub accounts. The number of institutional accounts created beneath a consortium account is determined by license purchases
user profile The user profile is a set of user preferences and information associated with a specific ID within Turnitin. Each user profile requires a unique e-mail address. A specific e-mail address can only be used once within the Turnitin repository. New attempts to create a profile associated with an e-mail address currently existing in Turnitin will not succeed
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