The management of assessments and students is a core capability of WISEflow and supports efficient scaling of a digital assessment initiative.
For large scale initiatives we advise customers to consider the integration of WISEflow with the university source of truth for student data. This is typically the student information system, or in some cases the Learning Management System (LMS).
Should your project benefit from such an integration, UNIwise are able to scope and manage a project. We have many exemplars of universities in the UK and from across Europe with whom we have worked on such integrations.
Where an integration is in place users with the Manager role in WISEflow are able to systematically import data directly from a student information system or LMS, from within the WISEflow user interface.
Managers can create flows/assessments and afterwards, export the assessments from the flow. The information can automatically synchronized via a pre-determined regular schedule, in addition to being initiated by the assessment administrator at any time.
When creating a flow, data can be fetched from two sources. In the following example, these sources are Class-list and Assessments from an integration with SiTS.
When the parameters are entered the data can be requested from SiTS. Managers can view the fetched information via Show source data.
If SiTS Assessments is selected to create a flow/assessment there are two options available to the manager; Choose from list or Enter code.
In this exemplar, if the manager selects Choose from list the following parameters can be entered; Module code, Year, Occurrence, PSL code, and Resit to fetch the data. Fetch List and the different assessments associated with the code will be available.
Alternatively, if Enter code is chosen, WISEflow will automatically fill out the last three parameters.
If Enter code is chosen, all nine parameters must be completed. The specific exam information will then be ready for selection. The retrieved information is available via Show source data.
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