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Creating a User Profile for Turn It In

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COM 1101 Composition & Rhetoric Fall 2009 Dr. J. Parla Palumbo Creating a User Profile for “Turn It In” In order to get started with “Turn It In,” you have to create a user profile. Go to www.turnitin.com . Click on new user. Enter the proper class ID and password (there’s one set for the 9 am class and one set for the 1 pm class; these have been given to you) in the Turnitin account/class ID box.
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Unformatted text preview: ♦ Follow the on-screen directions; you will create your own profile, with your own password and secret question; no other student will be able to see your “Turn It In” reports or grades. ♦ You can use the “Student Class Enrollment Wizard” and that will make it very easy for you to get started and to be able to upload and submit your papers....
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