The KSB mapping tool enables a student to demonstrate the knowledge, skill and behavior they have achieved based on the criteria provided to them.
This guide covers:
How to create a mapping
- Login to QMplus Hub and then click on the create option.
- From the pages and collections, click on the ‘Add‘ option. Then click on the ‘Page‘ option.
- Enter a suitable title and description for the page. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the save option.
- Once the page has been added, you will see a confirmation message to say the page has been created. Now click on the ‘+‘ icon found on the right hand side of the option.
- Using the drop down choose where you would like the block to be added. Then click on the ‘Add‘ option.
- Enter a title for the block and then choose KSB mapping for the content type. Then click on the save option.
- Once the KSB mapping block has been added, click on the ‘Add’ option to create the bundle.
- This will create the bundle which can be re-named if required. To add additional bundles, click on the ‘+’ icon found at the bottom of the first bundle. Once all the required bundles have been added, click on the create option.
- Click on the view mapping to see a preview of the mapping.
How to share the mapping with others
- To share the mapping, enter the username of the member of staff or student in the share option. Then click on the save option.
- They will now be able to see the page you have shared under their pages and collection page.
How to view a student mapping
- To view a student mapping go to the portfolio option and then click on pages and collections. Then click the title of the portfolio where you have added the KSB mapping.
- Search for the student using the user drop down. You can then see the evidence bundle they have completed. The KSB they have added evidence for will be highlighted.
- Click into the KSB criteria to view the evidence the student has added.
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