Before the exam

Co-Examiner: How do I log on and get access to WISEflow?

You assess and log in to WISEflow on

Here you can choose between using MitID or WAYF, if you prefer using username and password.

Click on this link to read a detailed guide on how you log in to WISEflow and get access to the exam papers.

Lecturer: How do I log on and get access to WISEflow?

WISEflow can be accessed via

There are two ways to log on to the system:

  1. With WAYF: Use your AU ID followed by (e.g: as your user name and your password from AU self-service system Next, you must confirm access on your mobile phone. Read more about two-factor authentication on this page.
  2. With MitID.

How do you make your exam assignment accessible?

Read about best-practice for how to make your exam assignment accessible so that it can be read aloud by the text-to-speech software used by students with dyslexia and visual impairments.

How do I get access to WAYF?

To log on to WISEflow, you have to use your WAYF login (see above). Your WAYF login is the same user name and password that you use to log on to

If you have not used WAYF before, you will be asked to create a password. You do that by logging on to using your NemID.  In the menu below your name, you will see the option to change your password. Type in the password you wish to use for your WAYF login. Then you must log out of and close the browser before you begin logging on to WISEflow.

You can now log on to WISEflow and other services that use WAYF login. You should use your AU ID (au1234) as your user name.

How does the exam take place for the students, and where can they find more information?

On the study portals, you can see what the students have been informed about. Here, you can also get an insight into everything they need to know in connection with digital exams.

You can always refer the students to this page, where there is a direct entry point to the information on their study portals.

After the exam

How do I register grades?

You register grades directly in WISEflow. In order to quality assure the grades, both the internal and external assessor must register the grades in WISEflow.

In this guide, you can learn how to register grades in WISEflow.

It is also possible to register grades offline in an Excel spreadsheet and then import them to WISEflow. Read more in this guide.

Where can I see the contact details of co-assessors?

If you click the Co-assessors button above the participant list, you can see the names and contact details of your co-assessors. Read more here.

How do I assess papers offline?

It is possible for assessors to download all submissions in the assessor flow and to enter grades offline in connection with written exams.

Read more in this guide.

Can I enter my assessment notes and comments in WISEflow?

When marking exams, you are as an assessor obliged to make notes about the student’s performance and the grade determination. The notes may be used in the processing of any complaints and must therefore be kept for at least one year (cf. Examination Order).

We recommend that you register your notes and comments directly in the Marking tool in WISEflow. As a general rule, your notes and comments are personal and cannot be seen by others. You may, however, choose to share your notes with your co-examiners during the marking period or with the students once the marking period has ended. You can find a description of how to enter your notes/comments in WISEflow in the online help in WISEflow.

How do I use the text-matching control?

Exam papers that are submitted in WISEflow are automatically screened by the text-matching system Ouriginal. The result is available in WISEflow approx. 24 hours after the exam has ended for the students. The result is shown as a percentage in WISEflow. When you click on the percentage, you can see the text-matching report itself in Ouriginal.

It is important to clarify that the percentage does not show the degree of plagiarism, but found overlap. Ouriginal can demonstrate overlap between texts and thus be an aid to find possible cheating in written assignments. In the event of suspicion of cheating, it is always up to you as a assessor to check the text-matching report and assess whether it is actually a case of plagiarism.

Read more about the use of Ouriginal here.

If you have any further questions about the text-matching control in WISEflow, please contact Margit Grønborg (

How should I handle cases of suspected exam cheating?

In cases of suspected exam cheating, you must always consult the director of studies. Hereafter a case of exam cheating may be reported to the department of Educational Law at AU.

Read more here.

Technical support

Should you have any questions about how to log in, the functionalities of the program and so on, you should contact the support team:

IT support

Support is available during the IT support’s opening hours.

You can also contact WISEflow support directly: 

Margit Grønborg 
Direct tel.:+45 2166 9688

Administrative support

If you are having administrative troubles, you should contact:

Aarhus BSS Studies Administration:
See contact information here:

    Department of Business Developement and Technology:
    Aarhus BSS Studies Administration, Herning
    Birk Centerpark 15
    7400 Herning 
    Contact information