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Moodle Supported Versions

 From September 1st 2018, development and support for older versions of Moodle will come to an end. This includes work on new features and functionality, as well as plugin compatibility with Moodle versions. Turnitin aims to support no more than four Moodle versions at any one time from this date.

Removal of support



2.8 2.9 3.0 3.2

Supported versions


3.3 3.4 3.5

Why have we made this change?


Turnitin has maintained and supported versions of Moodle that even Moodle themselves have stopped supporting. We feel that this decision is necessary to align more closely with Moodle and to dedicate more time developing against more recent versions of Moodle.

How will this change affect you?


Institutions running older versions of Moodle may not be compatible with newer versions of Turnitin's Moodle plugins. Both Turnitin Moodle Direct V1 and V2 plugins will be affected by this change.


Only critical development work will continue when necessary, in order to address any severe security flaws.

What action should you take?


  1. Check the version of Moodle you're using from your Moodle site administrator page

  2. Stay up to date with supported versions of Moodle

  3. Download and install the most up-to-date version of Moodle

Why should you update to a supported version?


By using an older version of Moodle, we cannot guarantee that the Turnitin Moodle Direct plugin will function as expected, and we will not be able to support you in the case that it doesn't. When we release a new version of the Moodle Direct plugin, this will only be tested against versions that are supported by both Turnitin and Moodle.

Which Moodle versions will Turnitin support in the future?


We are committed to supporting new versions of Moodle, including long term releases. Moving forward, we will be following Moodle's version support process; therefore, we will support newer versions of Moodle for 18 months and long-term release versions for 36 months.

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