Schools are advised to encourage students to accept the user agreement to ensure that the originality report is generated. Due to the security and privacy settings in their browsers, some users may have difficulty viewing and accepting the new CLJ by clicking on the link above. We only use the plagiarism cap and it asks the children to accept the agreement – 1 time per course though. It is not by task in the course that if you have trouble submitting your paper and the deadline for your assignment is approaching quickly, we advise you to contact your teacher immediately. If the user later accepts the EBA for this specific task, the convenor/guardian module must authorize a new test to transmit the file to Turnitin and generate an originality report. When I use the turnitin assignment module for a task, the student is asked to accept Turnitin`s end-user license agreement before submitting it. We use the TII plagiarism plugin that appears in the EULA pop-up when a student adds a submission, if he has not yet given his approval to the EBA. As soon as they agree, they will not see it again unless the ECJ changes. If they decide not to object, it will appear again the next time they submit a piece of work In cases where students have refused the user agreement and then uploaded their tasks to QMplus, no originality report is generated. When using the plagarist plugin, the user is not at any time asked to consent to Turnitin, which means that he will receive an error at the end stating that the assignment was not transmitted because the user did not accept the CLU.

I wonder where the user agrees if the account on Turnitin was created via Moodle? In Google Chrome, the box should disappear on its own, but if it doesn`t click on the green check that is visible in the box it should refuse. If this stays that way, please delete your cache via this manual: To correct this, please update your version of Safari to the latest version. If you can`t update Safari, please use another z.B browser.