How to Interpret Flags
When analyzing your Summary Report, you’ll notice a number of flags. This guide provides you with some tips on how to interpret those flags and what to look for. Please note, this is not an exhaustive list but is meant to be a place to help you get started.
If you are limited on time in reviewing your sessions, we recommend paying close attention to the sessions with high and violation flags. The symbols of flags and what they signify are captured in the image below.
1. We recommend you view the Summary Report within the Honolrock LTI. To view the report, login to the Honorlock LTI and click on “Results” of the exam you want to view. From there, click on “Summary Report.” As a reminder, the full Summary Report will be available once the exam’s end date has passed.
2. Once you have clicked on the Summary Report, you’ll see something similar to the image below. We recommend looking at the number of critical sessions, sessions with high flags, and sessions with no issues.
3. Scroll down to the summary report to view an overview summary of each session. We recommend looking at the sessions with high and violation flags. Each flag will have the time it occurred in the recording and a short description along with it.
4. If you have more time, we recommend clicking into each of the videos with high flags and violations from the Results page. Below is a table of examples of high and violation flags with recommended call to actions.
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