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More Independent Learners and Confident Writers.
Turnitin Draft Coach™ helps students improve their academic writing and research skills while providing instructors with additional insight into student learning. By viewing and correcting errors prior to submission to their instructors, students become more independent and confident learners.  Academic integrity issues and errors in citations are highlighted during the drafting process to boost student confidence in their final drafts and save teachers time while grading. 

Turnitin Draft Coach™ is in Open Beta so we will continue to develop features to further enhance your student’s writing experience through 2020. 

A Feedback Studio with Originality or Originality license is required to participate in the open beta for Turnitin Draft Coach™. Contact us or visit our website go.turnitin.com/draft-coach-beta, to learn more.
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Josue Pu
December 15, 2020
hola allWashington’s Firestorm 1 Central Washington had a hot, dry summer in 2014. Heat dries out grass and trees. Dry grass and trees can burn easily, so no one was surprised when fires broke out. 2 Winds caused the fires to spread fast. As they spread, they got bigger and stronger, and they even jumped over rivers. Soon, 50 fires were burning. The fires were so big and strong that people called this event a firestorm. 3 With fires all over, firefighters went to work in huge numbers. They fought the fires with water. They also fought them by digging firelines. These lines made a kind of ring around the fires. At the edge of the ring, firefighters dug out every plant that could burn. That stopped the fires. 4 But it takes time to dig firelines, and the fires kept moving toward towns. Towns had to get ready for the worst. They had to work hard and smart. They had to decide which roads to close and what to protect. Most of all, they had to keep people out of harm’s way. 5 Mayors met with other officials to plan what to do. Soon people had orders to leave their homes. But town leaders couldn’t just tell people to leave. The people needed someplace to go, so shelters had to be set up. The shelters had to have food and beds. There had to be water, too. Towns also had to get ready to rescue trapped people. 6 The fires burned many homes and businesses. When the firestorm finally ended, towns had to make plans to rebuild. They had to get help from others. They wanted to return to the way life was before the firestorm. Washington’s Firestorm 1 Central Washington had a hot, dry summer in 2014. Heat dries out grass and trees. Dry grass and trees can burn easily, so no one was surprised when fires broke out. 2 Winds caused the fires to spread fast. As they spread, they got bigger and stronger, and they even jumped over rivers. Soon, 50 fires were burning. The fires were so big and strong that people called this event a firestorm. 3 With fires all over, firefighters went to work in huge numbers. They fought the fires with water. They also fought them by digging firelines. These lines made a kind of ring around the fires. At the edge of the ring, firefighters dug out every plant that could burn. That stopped the fires. 4 But it takes time to dig firelines, and the fires kept moving toward towns. Towns had to get ready fo
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Kevin Stringham
December 11, 2020
Application is not user friendly spend more time trying to find your similarity report then you do doing the report it self
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Scarlet Macclarence
November 20, 2020
what even si this I was just looking at my chromebook extensions and I found this
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Diana Bolanos
December 11, 2020
hola >Bv
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Alan Ortiz
December 3, 2020
hola
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Nomi Olson
November 19, 2020
why
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Mrs. Fasolino
October 15, 2020
Looking forward to using this app with my students. Just waiting now to use it for the first time. I'm having a hard time with that part.
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Dylan Li
December 8, 2020
stop!
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Aubrey Renner
October 14, 2020
This is so useful
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Cristian Escobar
October 8, 2020
it so good
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CHRISTOPHER YOUNG
October 2, 2020
Offered to have the add-on for my institution, but it is not active after making the necessary integrations. No resolutions after phone calls, emails, and incident case creation.
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Ali Noorullah
September 28, 2020
will not work
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