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  1. Access the VeriCite assignment
  2. Click SpeedGrader. The first submission is displayed
     
  3. In the SpeedGrader pane, you can see the Similarity score

  4. Click the Similarity Score icon to open the report
     
  5. The report is dynamically generated and the report progress indicator is displayed
     
  6. Once generated, the report is displayed on a new tab. The report percentage indicator is color-coded based on the amount of matching text found. The following colors indicate the level of plagiarism:
    1. Blue: 0%
    2. Green: 1 - 24%
    3. Yellow: 25 - 49%
    4. Orange: 50 - 74%
    5. Red: 75 - 100%
  7. To view the source of the match:
    1. Click on a color section
    2. The original source is displayed
  8. To add comments to the paper
    1. Highlight the text you want to add a comment for
    2. Click the Edit icon
    3. In the Comments text box, type your comment for the student
    4. Select the store comment check box if you want to keep this comment for future use
    5. Click Save
       
    6. The annotated text is displayed in blue
       
    7. To use a saved comment, highlight the text and click the Edit icon
    8. Click the select stored comment link
       
    9. Select the comment you want to use from the list
       
  9. When you are done adding comments and reviewing the report, close the tab
  10. In the Grade text box, enter the number of points the student earned

    Did You Know?

    You can also use Canvas rubrics to grade a VeriCite assignment via Speedgrader.

  11. In the Add a comment text box, enter a message to the student if you want
  12. Click Submit to save the grade and comments 
     

  13. In the gradebook, submission with VeriCite reports have a colored bubble icons in the assignment column. The bubble icons are color coded to indicate the level of matching text, or plagiarism:

    1. Blue: 0%

    2. Green: 1- 24%

    3. Yellow: 25 - 49%

    4. Orange: 50 - 74%

    5. Red: 75 - 100%



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