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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.
Submit a SafeAssign assignment
Select the assignment to bring up the submissions area.
- Select Add submission.
- Upload your submission and select Save changes.
Only certain file types are accepted for SafeAssign assignments.
View your SafeAssign originality report
Once you submit your assignment, your originality report generates. This report can take several minutes to generate, but you will see confirmation in your submission window when the report is complete. Select the View originality report link to view your report.
Report in progress
A SafeAssign Originality Report is divided into three areas:
- Report information
- Manuscript text
If you need more room for viewing the paper’s text, you can collapse the right panel with the right-pointing arrow. The highlighting colors remain in the collapsed view.
Report information appears in the right panel of the report. When you reduce the width of the viewing area, this information appears at the top. You can view data about the paper, such as the percent of matching text, word count, and when it was submitted. If you included multiple attachments, they appear with the report information. You also have an option for viewing a printable version. This printable version is the most effective view of the report for users who rely on assistive technology to access Open LMS. At the top of the page, select Print to view the printable version. Download the PDF to email to others.
The sources that include text that matches the submitted paper’s text are listed in the right panel of the report. If Another student’s paper is listed as a citation, the submission is associated with another institution and you may not be able to view it due to privacy laws.
The submitted paper appears in the left panel of the report. All matching blocks of text are identified. Each source has a color specific to the source-up to 30 unique colors for 30 different sources. Text matching a source is highlighted in the source color and identified with a number. In the right panel, you can select Show/Hide All Highlighting to turn source highlighting off and on for all sources at one time. You can turn the highlighting off and on for only one citation. Select Remove or Show Highlighting next to a citation.
Select a matching block of text to display information about the original source and the probability that the block or sentence was copied from the source.
Sentence matching scores represent the percentage probability that two phrases have the same meaning. This number reflects the reciprocal to the probability that these two phrases are similar by chance. For example, a score of 90 percent means that there is a 90 percent probability that these two phrases are the same. There is a 10 percent probability that they are similar by chance and not because the submitted paper includes content from the existing source-whether appropriately attributed or not.
The overall SafeAssign score indicates the probability that the submitted paper contains matches to existing sources. This score is a warning indicator only. Review papers to see if the matches are properly attributed.
- Scores below 15 percent: These papers typically include some quotes and few common phrases or blocks of text that match other documents. Typically, these papers don’t require further analysis as there is no evidence of plagiarism.
- Scores between 15 percent and 40 percent: These papers include extensive quoted or paraphrased material, or they include plagiarism. Review these papers to determine if the matching text is properly referenced.
- Scores over 40 percent: A very high probability exists that text in these papers was copied from other sources. These papers include quoted or paraphrased text in excess, and need to be reviewed for plagiarism.