... create a bulk assessment for submission tasks
By means of the bulk assessment you can assess several course participants simultaneously at any given time. All you need is a list of rows with values separated by tabs or commas. You will always need a user identification (user name, registered e-mail address or institutional identifier), the score, the passed status and, if so desired, a comment.
The easiest way is to use a table from Excel or OpenOffice and fill it with values.
Bulk assessments can be made for the assessment course elements task, group task and assessment.
Creation of a bulk assessment for the course elements task or assessment
Use an external table processing program, create the required columns and enter the value assignments. Then copy the table data to the bulk assessment input field.
Depending on the configuration of the course element, different options are available. If the "grading" option is not activated in the course element, no bulk assessment can be carried out.
How to create a bulk assessment
Select the assessable course element for which a bulk assessment should be carried out. oder wählen Sie die Option "Massenbewertung" in der Toolbar. Anschließend können Sie mit der Massenbewertung beginnen.
All course elements are displayed for which at least one of the following assessment features is configured: * Score * Passed * Comment * Files
The easiest way is to first activate the desired table columns in the evaluation overview and then download the empty or only partially filled table. In this way you get an optimal Excel table, which you only have to fill in accordingly.
The individual steps of a bulk assessment:
With the course element Task you can additionally choose whether the submission was accepted or not and you can upload zipped return files.
1. Assessment data**
Upload the assessment data created outside of OLAT by inserting the information into the free field with copy+paste. If you have exported the empty table before, there should be no syntax problems.
A data line must always contain the following information:
- User identification (username, registered email address or institution number/matriculation number)
- Number of points. Subpoints can be entered with commas or dots (Note: commas cannot be used if commas are used as separators)
- Status (see below)
- If desired, a comment can be entered in fourth position.
You can either copy/paste data directly from Excel or similar, or enter it manually. Select "Separated by tabulator" if you want to import data from an Excel file.
alesend,5,y,Hervorragend| The user gets a score of 5, a passed status and a
aalesend,,y,Hervorragend| If no score is required, you can omit it, but you
still have to use a placeholder.
alesend,4,y,""| Already existing comments can be resetted by adding "".
Use the following entries to set the passed status :
Passed: y, yes, passed, true, 1, passed
Failed: n, no, failed, false, 0, failed
Only for bulk assessment of the task module:
Create a folder for each individual student who receives a return file. Enter the individual feedback for each person there. Zip the file and upload it in the first step under "Assessment values".
2. Column mapping
Here you can define which columns of your externally created scoring stand for which field (for example, identifier, score, passed, comment). If you have not selected these options, the step can be skipped.
Here you can see again which information is transferred how and if there are any problems.
Here you can define whether the valuation takes place immediately or only on a certain date.
You can also enter data manually. To do this, you must select "separated by comma" to accept the data correctly.
The changes made then appear in the valuation table.
Bulk assessment for groups is also possible for the course elements Task and Assessment.
Proceed in the same way for group assessment.