Here you will find documentation and tutorials for the various software and services supported by UT Online. If you are unable to find the information for which you are looking, please reach out to our help desk using the information on the left side-bar. Once students have submitted assignments to Safe Assign, Blackboard will generate reports on the students' submissions. The reports indicate how much of the assignment was copied from other sources, and which sources were used.
How to cheat SafeAssign: Plagiarize and not get caught
How to cheat SafeAssign: Plagiarize and not get caught - Grade Bees
If allowed by the instructor, students can use the report to review their submissions for originality and identify how to properly attribute sources. The SafeAssign option should be selected when the assignment is first made available for submission or before students submit their work. If it is set after submissions are made, the report can only be run for submissions that are made after SafeAssign is added in the setting. Once submissions are done and the instructor is ready to grade student work, they can go to the Needs Grading area and click on a single submission; or go to the Full Grade Center, locate the column for the assignment and get to each student's submission by clicking the drop arrow next to the cell and click "Attempt. On the Grade Assignment page, a SafeAssign section appears in the grading sidebar.
SafeAssign is a plagiarism prevention tool that allows your instructor to check the originality of a homework submission. SafeAssign automatically conducts the check by comparing your assignment against a database of other assignment submissions. Creating a submission means you agree to the terms and conditions listed above the File submissions area.
Understanding the Safe Assign originality report is important if you want to correct the citations that you missed in your paper. Here are a few tips to help you understand how to read the originality report. When you submit a SafeAssign report, you receive a percentage that reflects the amount of your paper that matches other sources.