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Mark Entry (SMART Users) Classroom Training Nov 2012
Aim By the end of the course, participants should be able to identify & understand the process to: Produce the XML results file for EUCLID import Navigate & retrieve within the new EUCLID Assessment software Validate XML results files Import XML results files Resolve validation & system errors
Possible Validation errors & warnings 1.Importer not valid for course(s) 2.Unable to process due to null row in file 3.Student details not found 4.Missing data in file 5.Mark scheme is not appropriate to course 6.Student(s) already have results recorded 7.Student(s) with no results for course results being uploaded
Practical Exercise 1 Run BOXI XML results report Export to Excel (Key results) Copy to EUCLID XML results template Export XML file Validate Results file
Upload Course Assessment Results Access to validation Access to validation & upload May return system errors (unrelated to validation errors) Emails upload outcome (successful & unsuccessful) to Uploader. 1 email per course Copies email to Academic Registry Re-sits results are uploaded by Academic Registry (August)
Known issues – Student names including diacritic symbols Known issue: Students with diacritic symbols (e.g. accent, graves, etc.) within their name are not being uploaded into EUCLID due to a bug. 'The name in the file (BRÊWN J) doesn't match the name held in EUCLID (BRÊWN J) for S1234567/1' Where this error occurs import the XML file into the EUCLID XML Results template and then re-export the XML file. The formatting will resolve the validation error.
Known issues – Internet Explorer issue Known issue: The Mark Entry software is not currently compatible with the Internet Explorer browser – producing an error on upload. Google Chrome & Firefox work without error when using the new Mark Entry software.
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