Whether you are a new user or a returning one, to access iThenticate select Login from the top right corner of the iThenticate homepage, https://www.ithenticate.com. This will direct you to the login page.
First-time users can create an account by selecting Sign Up. This will direct you to the account creation form.
Enter your name and email in the relevant fields and select your country and time zone from the drop-downs. To create an account you must agree to our terms and conditions, you can read these by selecting the hyperlinked text. Once you have completed the captcha, select Sign Up to create an account.
You will receive an email from iThenticate with a username and a one-time password. You may only log in once with the one-time password and you will need to change it the first time you log in.
If you have an existing iThenticate account, go to https://www.ithenticate.com and navigate to the login page. Input your email and password into the appropriate fields and select the Login button.
If you’ve forgotten your password, it can be reset via email. To do this, select the Forgot Password link over the email field on the login page.
Enter your email and select the Submit button. You'll receive a one-time temporary password to this account. You will need to change it the first time you log in.
The main navigation bar at the top of the screen has three tabs. Upon logging in, you will automatically land on the folders page.
This is the main area of iThenticate. From the folders page, you will be able to upload, manage and view documents. For more information about the folders functionality of iThenticate, go to the Folders section of this guide.
The settings page contains configuration options for the iThenticate interface. For more information about the settings of iThenticate, go to the Settings section of this guide.
The account information page contains the user profile and account usage. From here you can manage your own account. For more information about the settings of iThenticate, go to the Account Information section of this guide.