If the manager has not defined a rubric or mark converter to the flow, the assessor has the ability to add his/her own rubric and/or mark converter to streamline the assessment process. When added, these are available to the assessor on all participants that has been assigned to him/her. However, they are not shared between assessors on the flow (even when assigned to the same participant).
In the assessment tool (Annotate), rubrics is always accessed via the Rubric-button in the top-right menu of the window.
Adding your own rubric
When no rubric has been added by the manager, assessors are free to add one themselves. This is seen by clicking the Rubric button.
Open the header menu (click the flow name "Documentation Rubrics") and in the Rubrics-section, click Add.
From the pop-up the assessor can (1) search for the appropriate rubrics (search by tag, reference or name). Click the plus-button to choose the correct rubric. The added rubric will show up at the top. Click Attach to add the rubric to the flow.
You can remove the rubrics again by clicking Remove rubrics in the header menu.
Adding a mark converter
Even though a rubric has been defined by the manager of the flow, a mark converter might not have been added. This allows the assessor to add his/her own mark converter.
In the header menu, accessed by clicking the flow name in the upper menu bar.
Click Mark converter in the Rubrics section.
The pop-up window allows you to set the mark converter according to the marking scale set by the flow. Change the distribution by pulling the bar(s) left or right or input the mark change point in the box on top of the bar(s).
Click Save mark converter to save the current setup.
Notice: Any mark converter added by the assessor is not enforced, therefore the mark chosen after assessing with the rubric is not locked and can be changed by the assessor afterwards without reopening the rubric.