End User License Agreement

An End User License Agreement (EULA) is an electronic agreement frequently used by software providers or online services providers. Users must agree to certain terms and conditions before being able to use the provider’s product or service. Often, EULAs are presented as a pop-up window or checkbox.

Certain tools integrated with Canvas require a separate EULA. We have included information for integrated tools in Canvas that require a separate EULA.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the Courseware Support Team at canvas@pobox.upenn.edu.

Turnitin

Teaching teams and students who use Turnitin-enabled assignments should be aware that the product is subject to an End User License Agreement (EULA). We encourage you to read the entire EULA.

Depending on the Turnitin integration being used, the EULA may be presented as either a “pop-up” window when accessing the Turnitin Assignment Dashboard or a check box when submitting an assignment. You must click “I agree” in order to proceed and use the product.