Turnitin Global Innovation Awards 2018
Share your Turnitin story! Nominations are now open.
The Turnitin Global Innovation Awards recognizes students, educators, administrators and institutions worldwide who are passionate about academic integrity and champion the innovative and effective use of Turnitin to support student learning.
Nominations will be accepted from 1 May until 6 July. Turnitin will select winners for each category from seven regions worldwide (Africa & Middle East; Asia; Australia & New Zealand; Europe, Latin America & Caribbean; United Kingdom; United States & Canada) in early October.
Read the Official Rules.
Excellence in Academic Integrity AwardAwarded to one educator per region.
We would like to hear from educators who are using Turnitin in innovative or novel ways to support original student work and actively promote academic integrity in their institution. How has Turnitin been a driver for policy development at your institution? How does Turnitin support your existing institutional strategy? Tell us how Turnitin is being used to foster the academic writing and research skills that will take your students to the next phase of their academic career.
Learning with Integrity AwardAwarded to one student per region.
Are you an ambassador for academic integrity at your school, college or university? Have you launched or led formative academic integrity initiatives for your fellow students using Turnitin? Tell us how Turnitin has helped to develop your and your peers’ understanding of academic integrity and how it has made a real difference in how you conduct your research in class and beyond.
Global Innovator AwardAwarded to one educator world-wide.
This award recognizes a single educator who goes above and beyond to cultivate academic integrity at their institution through innovation in training, professional development, sharing best practices and otherwise championing the use of Turnitin products across the curriculum.
Looking for inspiration?
Meet some of our previous Global Innovators...
Global Innovator 2016
Princewill Odum, University of Calabar, Nigeria
Princewill Odum is a passionate educator who took on the role of Turnitin Administrator when his institution, the University of Calabar, began using Turnitin tools in 2014. The Remote Sensing and GIS lecturer worked to ensure that Turnitin was utilised in all graduate programmes not simply to check for plagiarism, but also—and most importantly—as a starting point for discussions around academic integrity and scholarly writing conventions.
Global Innovator 2017
Andrew Checkley & Croydon College, UK
Croydon College is an example of an institution pushing the boundaries to support the rapid pace of Turnitin adoption against the backdrop of reduced resources. E-learning Manager Andrew Checkley’s technical innovations have helped the college keep pace with change and deal effectively with almost 40,000 annual online submissions, ultimately enhancing overall student learning and outcomes.