- WISEflow offers exam modules called "flows"
- Flows can be configured and combined to support the overall exam types
- Each flow defines the type of exam answers to be submitted and the security level
- Some flows can be set up for group exams
- WISEflow support following exam types: Open book essay exam, portfolio exam involving multiple files/file types, closed book essay exams, closed or open book questionnaire-based tests, or oral examination
This flow type is mainly used for course work or open book examinations where the product handed in is a PDF file. The main product can be paired with additional material, where no specific file type is required. The manager can set the details of the exam and upload an assignment to be handed out to the participants. The participants then upload their papers as PDF during the participation period set by the manager. Assessors assigned to the flow then review the papers handed in using the WISEflow Assessor Tool and submit marks. When the assessment period ends, the marks are distributed to the respective student system.
Used for: Open book assignments where the participants upload their response in PDF format directly from their own computer.
This flow type allows papers to be handed in in various digital formats. The participants can hand in formats such as PDF, Word, Excel, audio, and video files, etc. When the participation period ends, the files are made available to the assessors to be downloaded and reviewed. The assessors can then submit marks, which are distributed to the respective student system when the assessment period ends.
Used for: Open book assignments where the participants upload their hand-in as one or more files in various digital formats, including PDF, Word, Excel, audio, and video files, etc.
With FLOWlock, the participant’s computer is incapacitated, allowing only the use of the FlOWlock Text Editor, preventing the use of aids during on-site exams. The participants write their assignment in the editor and upload it within the timeframe (participation period) set by the manager. When the participation period ends, the assessors assigned to the flow review the hand-ins using the WISEflow Assessor Tool and submit a mark. After the assessment period ends, the marks can be distributed to the respective student systems.
Used for: Closed book on-site essay examinations without the use of aids.
FLOWmulti is a flow type used to make interactive multiple-choice exams or static activities for the traditional home assignment often used for FLOWassign (See FLOWassign). It allows the manager to attach activities made in the Author module to all flow-types, where hand-out of material is allowed, which is then provided for the participant to complete and hand in as a paper assignment. After the end of the participation period, the assessors can see the amount of points earned by each participant and inspect their individual answers. Then, the assessors submit a mark which can be distributed to their respective student systems when the assessment period ends.
Used for: Open book multiple-choice exams where the participants fill out a provided multiple-choice test.
Closed book multiple-choice exams where the participants fill out a provided multiple-choice test in a locked browser to ensure use of no external aids.
FLOWoral enables administrative support of oral exams. The manager can schedule the examinations over several days and distribute the participants as needed. The assessor can use the flow as the ordered list of participants and exam schedule. The assessor can take notes digitally as the participant performs live at the exam (the notes can be shared with the participant afterwards). The assessor then submits a grade that is distributed to the respective student system when the assessment period ends.
Used for: Oral exams where participants are examined on-site.
Oral exams where participants are examined remotely by means of the WISEflow FLOWoral remote video conferencing tool.
FLOWcombine is a module that allows for the creation of a main flow and subsequent additions of sub flows. FLOWcombine makes it easy for managers to add participant, assessors, and additional managers to one flow and synchronise these to between the main flow and the subsequent flows. Furthermore, FLOWcombine allows powerful configurations of the synchronisation between the flows and useful features for controlling the main flow and sub flows from a central overview. Export is available from both main and sub flows.
Used for: Combination of two or more different flows
FLOWseries is a WISEflow module for handling courses that consist of several educational activities that culminate in a final exam. The module allows you to set up a series of flows over a period of time and a custom set of requirements that the participants must fulfil to access the final flow.
Used for: Handling a series of activities leading up to an exam
FLOWattend is a module for registration of participant turnout in class (and similar). The assessor can note digitally if the participant is present or absent in class and afterwards share the assessment with the participant. At the flow overview the participant can see the start and end date for the flow and the shared assessment. It is not possible for the participant to hand in on a FLOWattend. FLOWattend is only available if FLOWseries is activated on the license.
Used for: Registration of participant turnout