The header contains several different types of information and actions, an it is an important tool in your marking process. In this article we will describe what the header contains, and how you can use it.
In this article, the header is divided into a left and a right part, and we will go through the different parts.
The header is always available across all workspaces, but it can be hidden by using the footer.
Table of contents
- Left part of the header
- Right part of the header
Left part of the header
1 - This is the name of the test, and the Candidate ID of the candidate you are currently viewing, or was last viewing.
2 - Contextual information
Here you see your name and what roles you have in context of the test. On the picture we can see that Karl has the role Grader on the test. We can also see that Karl has chosen to see candidates from the committee Gruppe 1.
If you are a member of only one committee, there will be no additional information here. However, if you are a member of more than one committee, you will get some extra options.
The committee selector
By clicking on the committee name, a new window (committee selector) opens. This gives you information about the committees. Here you can see the status on the committees and how many graders there are in each, the number of submissions, marking deadline (if set), your role in the committee and which workflow that applies.
By clicking on Show members you will get an overview of the graders in the committee. The verview includes name, email address, and last login.
Right part of the header
1. The status of the marking process
Here you can at any time monitor how far you have come in the marking process.
This image shows what it looks like before you have started marking any candidates. The marking is private to you and the progress is 0%. This percentage will update as you mark candidates.
2. Next step in the workflow
This button will always be the next step (primary action) in your marking process. When you have completed your marking (100%), the next step is to share your marks with co-graders. When you have shared, the next step is to view and resolve any grade conflicts, and the final step is to confirm the final grade.
You can read more about the marking process in these guides.
3. Options menu
In this menu there are a number of options for the grader, divided into three main categories.
You will find options related to workflows, download of submissions and results, as well as shortcuts to other actions you may find useful.
The options for workflow provides the same functionality as the header itself. Your next primary workflow action is listed here, and the option to select another committe for marking.
Uploads and downloads
This contains the various upload and download options that are available to you. If there is a mark sceme attached, this is where you can download it. You can also download and print all submissions for marking on paper.
Which options are available will depend on the particular settings and features enabled for your account.
Here you will find useful shortcuts.
- View Question Set as candidate takes you to the questions as the candidate viewed them during the test.
- View Question Set with correct answers shows the same, but also has the indicators for correct answers to automatically marked questions.
- Candidates in Monitor opens the candidate list on the test.
4. Switch to original tool
If you want to return to the original marking tool, you can do so here.
Click on the arrows in the header to switch to the original marking tool. You can always return to the new marking tool at any time by clicking on the button in the upper right corner of the test in the original tool.
Hover the mouse pointer over the arrows and you will see this box:
If you click on Got it, this box will not appear in the future.
Here you will find information about your own profile, language settings, logout option, and links to the Help Center.