WISEflow

Setting up Exams in WISEflow for Managers (Administrative staff)  

Trainers: IT Services and the Office of the Registrar 
Target audience: UM Administrative staff who will be administering and supporting exams on WISEflow
Duration of Session: 2 hours 
 

Will you be supporting the administration of multiple-choice, short-answer or true/false exams on WISEflow?  WISEflow is a digital assessment platform used for the administration of the above exam types. It can also be used for essay-based exams. WISEflow has a plagiarism detection facility. The workshop will cover the process of setting up and administering an examination session on WISEflow.  

This webinar is aimed at administrative staff who will be administering and supporting exams on WISEflow. 

This single hands-on workshop (2 hours) covers these topics:

  • the examination process and roles in WISEflow
  • accessing WISEflow
  • creating FLOWmulti and FLOWassign
  • assigning roles to the FLOW
  • activating the FLOW
  • monitoring the examination session using FLOWmonitor.

An Introduction to the Author role on WISEflow (Academic staff)

Trainer: Professor Victor Buttigieg - Associate Professor - Faculty of Information & Communication Technology
Target audience: UM academic staff who are not familiar with WISEflow
Duration of Session: 1 hour

This session will provide a brief introductory overview to WISEflow and will cater for members of staff who are unfamiliar with WISEflow. This session will assist academics who are already familiar with the ExamVLE platform to transition to preparing an exam on WISEflow by providing an overview of how to use the FLOWassign.

Furthermore, this session will provide users with a broad overview of the possibilities provided by WISEflow. 

Setting up FLOWmulti Exams in WISEflow for Authors (Academic staff)  

Trainer: Professor Victor Buttigieg - Associate Professor - Faculty of Information & Communication Technology
Target audience: UM academic staff who will be setting up exams on WISEflow using more advanced features, such as multiple-choice questions and short-answer or essay type computer based questions.
Prerequisite: The training session entitled: An Introduction to the Author role on WISEflow (Academic staff) delivered by Professor Victor Buttigieg.
NB: Note that FLOWmulti does not allow the use of plagiarism detection software. However, plagiarism detection is possible with FLOWassign 
Duration of Session: 2 hours

This session builds on the "An Introduction to the Author role on WISEflow" by delving deeper into the functions of WISEflow. It will assist academics to build examination papers that contain essay type questions, multiple-choice questions, short-answer questions or true/false questions directly on WISEflow using FLOWmulti. It will also show how some of these question types may be set up so as to be automatically assessed by WISEflow. Furthermore, this session will delve into the use of the content bank feature of WISEflow which enables the author to create a repository which can later be used in creating examination papers.

WISEflow Assessor Training (Academic staff)

Trainer: Professor Victor Buttigieg - Associate Professor - Faculty of Information & Communication Technology
Target audience: UM academic staff who will be assessing exams on WISEflow 
Duration of Session: 2 hours

This training will be delivered online and is targeted for UM academics who will be assessing exams on WISEflow and therefore will be assigned the Assessor role. Both FLOWassign and FLOWmulti type of exams will be covered.

This workshop will provide an overview of WISEflow’s built-in assessor tool and how this can be used to complete the assessment of exams on your computer.

Transferring Results from WISEflow to SIMS

Trainers: Ms Charmaine Scicluna & Mr David Grech
Target audience: UM Administrative staff who have been administering and supporting exams on WISEflow
Duration of Session: 1 hour

This workshop will provide Flow Managers with an overview of the process of transferring assessment results from WISEflow to SIMS. The process can be carried out either through the newly automated importation of assessment results process or by manually inputting the printed assessment results on SIMS.

Q&A WISEflow session

Target audience: UM Academic and administrative staff who will be administering, supporting and setting up exams on WISEflow
Duration of Session: 1 hour

IT Services and the Office of the Registrar are offering online Q&A sessions for academic and administrative staff.

Staff are invited to join this WISEflow session and ask the support team any questions that might arise before the examination sessions.

The sessions will be delivered online using Zoom. No registration is required. 

In order to join a session please refer to the links provided in the training calendar.  

 

Resources


https://www.um.edu.mt/hrmd/trainingdevelopment/coursesandresources/wiseflow