Account statistics term definitions
All statistics are reflective of active classes within the date range specified prior to the statistics report being downloaded. The account statistics report covers active classes with a start date before or during the specified date range and an end date during or after the specified date range.
Full report definitions
Master Account: The source account of several sub-accounts. If there are no sub-accounts under the master account, the report’s Master Account and Account columns will hold the same name and ID. As a master account does not have a parent account, the Parent Account column will remain blank.
Parent Account: The umbrella account for multiple institutional or departmental accounts. Instructors cannot join this account directly but must be added to an institutional or departmental account. The Parent Account column will remain blank if the account is a master account.
Account: The individual Turnitin account that instructors can join and find access to Turnitin products. An account may be either a sub-account or a master account.
Month: Each month within your date range will appear in a separate row of the report. For example, if you specify January 14th to March 19th as your date range, the report will contain three rows of statistics. The first row will display statistics for 18 days into January, the second row will display statistics for all of February, and the third row will display statistics for 19 days into March.
Active Classes: The number of classes that have had any activity (submissions, marks, assignment creation, new students, etc.) within the date range specified.
Active Instructors: The number of unique instructors associated with active classes.
Submissions: The number of submissions made to active classes.
Similarity Reports: The number of Similarity Reports generated and regenerated for active classes. This is broken down by the similarity score standard ranges: blue range (0%), green range (1-24%), yellow range (25-49%), orange range (50-74%) and red range (75-100%).
Submissions with Feedback: The number of submissions that have received any form of feedback from an instructor (QuickMarks, bubble comments, voice comments, strikethrough marks, etc.).
Submissions Scored with a Rubric: The number of submissions where a rubric has been used to calculate the grade of a student’s paper.
Total Feedback (Comments and Marks): A count of all forms of feedback left within the account. Comments and marks include the following: summary text comments, voice comments, QuickMarks, bubble comments, inline text comments, ETS e-rater comments, strikethrough marks and grading form marks.
Peer Reviews Created: The number of peer reviews completed by both students and instructors.
Statistics overview definitions
Most High Similarity Reports: A list of the top five (or fewer) active classes with the most high-scoring Similarity Reports equal to or higher than the high similarity threshold. This count reflects all activity that triggers report generation and regeneration, including exclusions made in the document viewer and student resubmissions.
Most Submissions: A list of the top five (or fewer) active classes with the most submissions.
Most Submissions with Feedback: A list of the top five (or fewer) submissions that have received any form of feedback from an instructor (QuickMarks, bubble comments, voice comments, strikethrough marks, etc.).