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Guides for staff

Here you will find guides on how to use the different functions in QPS. Use the menu here to the left to browse among the QPS guides.

The system is under continual development and the guides are updated as new features become available. Below is a brief summary of each guide.

Analytics: This tab in QPS summarises collected data into analyses, results and other aggregated information. What is displayed depends on your role in the system, and may look different depending on the educational programme or course.

Assignments: This is a tab in QPS where students can upload reports, certificates, images or films. Examples of tasks where the assignments function is used are writing a lab report or a short reflection paper after a training session.

Blueprinting: The aim of blueprinting is to clearly visualise when and where a programme's learning outcomes, or other objectives such as competences, are taught and examined within the programme. Through this type of analysis, it becomes clear whether certain learning outcomes are taught a lot or a little in a programme which is very helpful when reviewing and developing a programme or course.

Forms: This is a tool that can be used for several purposes, such as observing and giving feedback on practical skills, as well as attendance management and organizing feedback between students.

Modules: A module can summarise results from different parts of a course. It can be used to create an overview for teachers and, if desired, for students. For example, you can collect everything that is included one examination component (provmoment), to facilitate grading. 

Quiz. Quizzes can be an important part of a course and have many possibilities. They can be used, for example, as a tool to identify levels of knowledge and to measure activity. 

Evaluation questions. Assessment criteria created for use in for example Forms and Assignments.

Written exams. The QPS exam module is used for creating digital written examinations. Here you will find powerful tools for planning and blueprinting your exam, and for collaborating on question writing with other teachers involved. After completing the exam, the analysis tool helps you interpret the psychometric analysis, and organize the follow-up work.