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EBSCO's CINAHL Plus with full-text
EBSCO's Dentistry and Oral Science Source (DOSS)
EBSCO's eBooks Collection
JOURNALS @ OVID
MedOne Education by Thieme
Creating a Turnitin Account - Instructor Training
All users on the Turnitin system must create a user profile. If the user has previously registered with Turnitin, is an account administrator, or received an e-mail that indicates having been added to an account this video can be skipped.
Submitting a Paper in Turnitin - Instructor Training
Only instructors and students can submit papers to classes in Turnitin. When an instructor submits a paper he or she can do so in the place of an enrolled student or in the name of a non-enrolled student. Instructors can use one of four submission methods: single file upload, multiple file upload, cut and paste upload, or zip file upload.
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ProQuest One Academic
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