Unicheck Similarity migration

Attention Unicheck customers:

As you know, Turnitin plans to shut down the Unicheck platform in 2024; please be aware of the following information to help plan your institution's migration to its chosen Turnitin product:

  • Beginning in 2023, Turnitin transitioned support of the Unicheck platform to "maintenance mode" only. While we may provide bug fixes as necessary, no further product developments will be released. In some cases, this may lead to interruption of service if you have not started migrating off the platform.
  • After December 31, 2024, Unicheck will no longer be available for use and customers will not be able to access the platform.

If you have any questions or would like assistance with migration planning, please reach out to the Turnitin Migrations team at UCmigration@turnitin.com.

 

Move from Unicheck to Turnitin with confidence

Consult this page to learn about your next migration steps and timelines, find timely updates about upcoming webinars, and do a deep dive into Turnitin capabilities that will support your institution’s academic integrity efforts.

For on-demand answers to your questions, use our migration-specific discussion forum.

 

How Turnitin Similarity will meet our needs

Turnitin Similarity offers a familiar experience with detailed online reports, color-coded matches, text manipulation detection, filters, and side-by-side source comparison for easy interpretation. It supports integrations with major LMSs, including Canvas, Moodle, Schoology, and more, making it easier for instructors and administrators to get started right away. Here are some of the advantages you will enjoy:

  • Higher similarity search accuracy. Submissions are compared to an expansive collection of internet pages, 20 years of student submissions globally, and millions of publications from the world’s premier publishers.

  • Content database filters for similarity search. Educators can exclude individual content sources and entire content databases from search results.

  • Ongoing functionality improvements. With Turnitin, your institution has access to all the recent innovations and improvements to better track instances of potential plagiarism such as AI writing.

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Explore Turnitin Similarity and how it matches your Unicheck experience, what makes it stand out, and your next migration steps.

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How does our institution migrate to Turnitin Similarity?

  • Pre-migration - Stage 1: Planning the migration
    • During the pre-migration phase, you will evaluate and address your institution's needs for migrating to a new Turnitin solution. Turnitin will provide information for you to review and confirm, including your institution's:
      • Integration needs (via LMS, API, SSO)
      • Data privacy requirements
      • Preferred migration timeframe, and
      • Updated Turnitin license
  • Migration - Stage 2: Setup, testing and moving to Turnitin
    • During the migration phase, you will gain access to your new Turnitin solution. During this "migration window" you will set up your new account, test its functionality, and complete the transition to your new Turnitin solution. You will also have access to resources for onboarding and training.
  • Post-migration - Stage 3: Support and follow-up
    • During the post-migration phase, your institution will begin using your new Turnitin solution. You will continue to have access to onboarding and training resources as well as the Turnitin Customer Support team to address any questions or concerns.
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