Harmonize will leverage its integration with Turnitin to detect AI writing, including text produced by ChatGPT.
Use Turnitin’s AI writing detection capabilities in Harmonize to identify text produced by ChatGPT and other AI platforms. AI writing detection capabilities are integrated into your Harmonize workflow for a seamless experience — automatically running checks on every discussion submission, without having to leave their LMS environment or make any additional software installations. The first iteration of Turnitin’s AI writing detection technology has been trained to detect large language models including ChatGPT and other AI writing tool variants. Turnitin plans to expand detection capabilities in the future. Detection capability will work only for long-form writing in English at this time.
When a student submits their discussion posts in Harmonize, it’s automatically sent to Turnitin, providing them with visibility into any potential issues so they can address them proactively — and that includes AI detected writing. Access to Turnitin’s AI writing detection capability will be included as part of the initial Turnitin license, and available to the majority of Turnitin customers across the following products: Turnitin Feedback Studio, Turnitin Feedback Studio with Originality, Turnitin Originality, Turnitin Similarity, Simcheck, Originality Check, and Originality Check+.
I love using Harmonize for my online discussions because it helps me create engaging and inclusive learning environments that foster critical thinking and creativity. And now with Turnitin’s new AI detector integrated with Harmonize, I can address any AI-generated text students might submit immediately… this integration lets me have a discussion with my students before they submit their work, giving them the opportunity to uphold the student code of conduct. It’s a win-win situation.
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Lend structure to your course experience. Milestones help students see what’s expected of them, and when, so they make substantive, on-time contributions.
Why should students only be able to post text? Harmonize supports video, images, audio, and embedded URLs, so students can finally express themselves.
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Adding annotations to content promotes peer-to-peer learning, richer instructor feedback, and deeper engagement with course material.
Pull students into the conversation by tagging them directly. Students and instructors have the ability to tag anybody in the class.
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