The manager can add and remove a rubric from the flow. Rubrics can be added to all flow types except FLOWmulti.
Go to the Assessment and review to add and manage rubrics on the flow:
Add the rubric to the flow
Rubrics are published by authors and can be attached to the flow by the manager or author. The manager has two options:
1. Choose the rubric from a list of shared rubrics on the licence.
2. Attach the rubric by direct reference.
The author can add the rubric to the flow if the author is associated with the flow.
The manager can regulate settings regarding the rubric on the flow:
1. Assessment settings
- When the mark conversion is enforced, the participant's final mark is dictated by the rubric score and the preconfigured mark converter. The assessor will not be able to manually set a differing final mark.
- When enabled the rubric is set to be shared by each assessor. The individual assessor can still decide to not share the rubric.
2. Participation settings
This allow the participants to preview the empty rubric from the time the flow is activated.
A mark converter on the flow can convert the points achieved on a rubric to a final assessment.
The author can add a mark converter to the rubric in the author tool when building the rubric. If the flow has the same assessment type as the type the author has chosen, the manager can choose to use it. If the mark converter is the same on the flow, it will be visible with a mark converter icon:
The manager can also change the mark converter from the author or add a new converter to the flow.
See that the mark converter is from a rubric:
Change the mark converter by dragging each interval border or by entering the boundary values of the intervals directly:
If you change your mind about the changes you have made to the mark converter, you can go back to the original from the rubric (made by the author):
Find a guide that describes what a mark converter is by hovering over the ?: