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At CSS, Turnitin is embedded in Brightspace, so faculty wishing to have students use Turnitin should get information from our Center for Instructional Design (CID).
Turnitin compares submitted papers to its database full of Internet sites, other papers, and online resources. It generates an originality report which can be used to check for plagiarism and to double check student's work.
More Writing Resources
Links to many aspects of grammar including spelling, punctuation, mechanics, sentence style, composition, organization, etc.
Purdue Online Writing Lab
Exercises on grammar, punctuation, use of adjectives and adverbs, etc.
University of Texas at Austin Undergraduate Writing Center Handouts
Handouts on APA documentation, grammar, writing cover letters, steps in editing your own writing, and more.
The Rose Warner Writing and Critical Thinking Center is where all students, faculty and community members can receive free, collaborative feedback on any and all forms of writing. You can find out more information and even schedule an appointment on their website.
EndNote is software that can organize, store, and input citations into Word documents to help you with your research. The College of St. Scholastica has a site license which offers two options for you to access Endnote and you can either pick one or use both as the situation warrants.
EndNote has its own YouTube channel to learn more advanced features of this incredibly powerful program:
1. EndNote Download
To download EndNote, click on the appropriate computer link below, log in to the Intranet, and click on save. EndNote will then be installed on your computer.