Answered By: Amy Pearson Last Updated: May 08, 2017 Views: 80
The DRAFT submission folder in Turnitin is where you can submit your work in order to check that you have referenced information in your assignment properly. Submissions made to the Draft folder will produce an originality report, which will electronically check your work for any text that matches anything held within the system, such as e-books, journal articles, websites and other student assignments. You can submit multiple times to a Draft folder. Work submitted to the Draft folder will not be marked.
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The FINAL submission area is where you need to submit the version of your work that you want to be marked. You can only submit once to the Final folder and will not receive an originality report for work submitted here. If you submit the wrong file to the Final folder, then please get in contact with either your module leader or the library BEFORE YOUR SUBMISSION DEADLINE in order to allow you the opportunity to resubmit without incurring any penalties.
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More information about Turnitin can be found here: www.salford.ac.uk/skills-for-learning/home/assessment-revision-and-exams/esubmission