How can I access iThenticate?
iThenticate is a cloud-based anti-plagiarism software available to faculty and graduate students to check papers, theses, grant proposals, books, etc. Undergraduate students should use SafeAssign (part of Blackboard) to check undergraduate papers.
Each college has its own domain and at least one administrator in iThenticate. Administrators manually create accounts for faculty members in the college. Graduate students can get access to iThenticate from their prospective thesis coordinator or appropriate department administrator. A list of college-level administrators can be found in the article: Who is my college iThenticate administrator?
At this time, iThenticate does not have a way to integrate into the campus-provided NetID and password system. While your account will have NetID@uic.edu as your username, you will be asked to set up a password upon first login. Once a college administrator creates an account for you, you will receive an email to activate your account. The URL is ithenticate.com.
Support for iThenticate
Training is also provided by iThenticate. Weekly live webcasts, customer training videos, FAQ's, and manuals can all be found at at ithenticate.com/training.
To check for plagiarism, iThenticate works with partners such as ProQuest and Elsevier to compare more than 130 million documents, journals, books, conference proceedings, etc. and more than 50 billion webpages for content. You can visit ithenticate.com/content for more details.