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Drafting

If your teacher has chosen to enable drafting in your assignment, you’ll be able to submit a draft, before the draft due date.

When your assignment requires a draft submission, you’ll see a Draft Due Date in the Requirements section of the Instructions tab. You’ll also see a Submit Draft button in place of the Submit button. To submit a copy of your current work in progress as a draft for feedback, click Submit Draft, accept the submission declaration, and click Submit Draft again. You’ll receive confirmation of your draft submission via email, with a PDF copy of your submission attached.

Submit Draft Button

Submit your draft using the button in the top-right corner

Once you’ve submitted a draft, you’ll see a Draft tab appear next to the Notes tab. Here, you’ll find a copy of the draft you’ve submitted and your Turnitin similarity score when it becomes available. Clicking View feedback will take you to Turnitin Feedback Studio where you can review the similarity report for your submission. Learn more about Turnitin Similarity Reports.

If your teacher is providing individual feedback for your draft through Turnitin, you’ll be able to access it from here as well.

View your draft submission from the Draft tab, next to Notes

View your draft submission from the Draft tab

You can continue working on your assignment in the Work Panel as usual, and resubmit your draft as many times as you like up until the draft due date. Once the draft due date has passed, the Submit Draft button will be replaced by a Submit button, and you’ll be able to Submit your final assignment.

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Now available at the following universities...

University of Melbourne Deakin University
Edith Cowan University Queensland University of technology