Users grading Assignments using Turnitin, where an Assignment’s rubric will allow for a non-integer (not a whole number) final grade, should be aware that Turnitin does not support non-integer final grades.
Non-integer scores produced in a rubric or grading form are rounded to the nearest integer when “Apply to Grade” is pressed.
Turnitin only passes integer grades to the Blackboard Grade Centre.
Users wishing to apply non-integer marks can do so by either Manually Overriding the grade in the Full Grade Centre at the end of the marking process, or by using Blackboard Assignments, which will allow non-integer final grades. Alternatively, Users might wish to edit their rubric to contain only integer scores when grading.