About submitting and publishing
- As an assessor you can submit a grade, but wait to publish.
It is only you who can see a submitted grade.
The grade is saved in Digital Exam, and you can return later within deadline for assessment to publish.
- Publishing is the final step, and the grades will automatically be transferred to the study administrative system. Right before the final publish you can – if relevant – indicate an earlier assessment date for publishing. You can also change the exam language for the student.
- there can be more assessors on one hand-in. Digital Exam shows with help from a status how far in progress other assessors are with their assessment.
Digital Exam prevents publishing of different graded assessments and shows which students you do not agree on. You can change your submitted grade as long as your co-assessor has not published yet.
How to submit and publish
Export to excel gives opportunity to enter grades directly in a sheet that subsequently can be uploaded with the import function. Remember to keep the naming of the sheet when importing.
Entering grades individually directly in Digital Exam is done by clicking the drop-down under ‘grades’ for the concerning student.
Select the grade you wish to assign. The assigned grade is temporary, but will be saved in Digital Exam – even if you log out.
When grades are ready for publish, click the blue button ‘Publish feedback’. This will be final, meaning the grades will be transferred to administrative system.
Assessment date and language
- Before the final step when publishing, you can indicate an earlier assessment date, if you are not assessing on the given exam date.
- Make sure that the specified language is displayed correct. The language must be the same as the exam language.
Status for submitting and publishing
Status in Publishing can be as followed:
Your co-assessor has submitted, but not published
You co-assessor has submitted and published
You have both submitted and published.
If grades differs from another
When publishing, you will get a notification, and you should contact your co-assessor.