Manual scoring by item


In the Edumatic Manual Scoring module, a coach can manually evaluate the answers for:

  • Open questions
  • Recording exercises
  • Upload file(s)

If you save a manual correction, the publication changes to Evaluation mode.

  • As long as a publication is in evaluation mode, the changes to the scores are not visible to the users.
  • If the coach applies his changes, the updated scores will be visible to the users in the publication review.
  • If the coach discards his changes, the updates of the session scores and items are removed and the publication returns to its original state.
  • As long as the coach does not apply or discard his changes, the updated item sessions are locked for other coaches. If the evaluation mode is applied or discarded, all items and item sessions locks are removed.

If a coach saves a manual correction, the publication changes to evaluation mode. A yellow bar is displayed at the top of the screen indicating that the publication is in evaluation mode.

In the publications overview in the Manual scoring module, the publications which you are evaluating are highlighted in red.


To manually score by item, proceed as follows:

    1. Click the By item tab in the Manual Scoring module.
      Result: The overview page is shown, listing all the publications for which you have coaching rights.
    2. Select the publication(s) for which you want to assign scores and click Next selection at the bottom right.
    3. Expand the publication(s) by clicking  to see all the items.
    4. Select the items for which you want to score the answers and click Scoring at the bottom of the screen.
    5. Expand the publication(s) by clicking  to see all the users’ sessions for an item.

      Tip: Sessions for which manual scoring is required, are highlighted.

    6. Click on a session to see the user’s answer.
      Result: The answer is shown at the right of the screen.
    7. Select one of the options below to know how to continue:
    8. Repeat steps 6 to 7 to score the remaining items.
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