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Creating Scorecards

Last Updated: Sep 05, 2013 11:27AM PDT

SCORECARD 

A form of consisting of pre-determined criterion that a judge uses to enter scores for the evaluation of a contestant's submission.


Manage Scorecards - stores all scorecards for the entire event in a list. The feature allows an administrator to create a unique scorecard for each bracket.



Create Scorecard - Click here to build a new scorecard.



Now, build your Scorecard 



SCORECARD CRITERION

Each scorecard criterion consists of the following elements:
  1. Criterion
  2. Criterion Weight
  3. Score
  4. Increment
  5. Low & High Score Title
  6. Low & High Score Description

 

Criterion
The standard by which something may be judged or decided. For example, originality, feasibility, visual impact are criterion.

Criterion Weight
The percentage by which one particular criteria is measured again another criteria. For example, Originality has a weight of 60% and Feasibility has a weight of 40%. It is recommended that the sum of all criterion weight equals 100%.

Score
The numeric value assigned to a criterion. For example, a Low Score could be 1 and a High Score could be 10.

Increment
The numeric value measure on a fixed scale between the Low Score and High Score. For example, 1,2,3,4, etc. is an increment of 1 and 10, 20, 30, 40, etc. is an increment of 10.

Low & High Score Titles & Descriptions

These descriptions appear at the high and low end of the slider  For example, Not Creative ------------------- Very Creative. 

Setup>>Scorecard>>Manage Scorecards>>Edit>>Add Criterion



Here's an example of what a judge might see afte the scorecards are configured:



Scoring/Judging Phase Configuration

Blind Judging - Evaluating an entry form without knowing the identity of a contestant or team
If Teams are:
  • Enabled / Teams - Use Team Picture on tile card in judge app
  • Disabled / No Teams-  The User Profile is synced with Team Picture and used in judging app
Here's an example of what a judge would see with Blind Judging turned off:



Here's an example of what a judge would see with Blind Judging turned on:



Repeat Judges - A judge cannot be assigned to score  the same team's submission twice

Enable Judge Comments - Comments submitted by a judge can be seen by other judges.






 

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