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I recently tested the Google Originality Reports in a Google Classroom Assignment (in Google Workspace for Education). The learners had to copy-paste their report content from a Word document into a Google Doc attached to the Assignment.

Activate

Once you have created the Assignment:

Activating the Google plagiarism option in a Google Classroom Assignment
  1. Add a Google Doc to the Assignment
  2. Select the Each student will get a copy option
  3. Activate the Check plagiarism (originality) option

Check Report

When you open the Assignment to mark it, open the attached Google Doc. If there are any results of plagiarism, a count of flagged passages provides a hyperlink to the report:

Viewing a Google Originality Report from a Google Classroom Assignment.
Assignment with a Google Originality Report from a Google Classroom Assignment.
Viewing a Google Originality Report
  1. The learner’s name appears here
  2. The name of the Google Classroom Assignment appears here
  3. The results appear here
  4. The “problematic” text is highlighted in the document
  1. Summary
  2. Expiry (this may only be for limited accounts and can be avoided by printing report to PDF)
  3. View Count or Percentages
  4. Include cited or quoted passage
  5. Option to print the report (remember you can “print” to PDF)

Sources:

  1. https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/9335816

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