Are you looking for a way to prevent students taking an online Canvas quiz from accessing any outside websites, printing, copying or accessing other applications during the quiz ? If yes, then consider requiring students to use the Respondus LockDown Browser, when taking an online exam using Canvas Quizzes.
What you need to know about the integration:
- Lockdown Browser can be used on Windows, Mac and iPad devices. Note: Lockdown browser doesn’t run on a Chromebook.
- You set up Lockdown Browser as the required browser for a Canvas quiz with a few clicks from within Canvas.
- Students need to download and install Lockdown Browser, using Endicott specific URLs, on their device to take the Canvas quiz.
- Instructions for using Lockdown Browser with an iPad
- Using Zoom with Lock Down Browser
Instructor Learning Resources
Rapid rollout for instructors: https://web.respondus.com/rapid-rollout-instructors/
Weekly training webinars: https://web.respondus.com/webinars/
Technical support: https://support.respondus.com/
Others Resources: (these are also available right within the LockDown Browser Dashboard in your LMS)
Lockdown Browser- https://web.respondus.com/he/lockdownbrowser/resources/
Respondus Monitor- https://web.respondus.com/he/monitor/resources/
Read this Lockdown Browser instructions document for custom URLs and setup steps.
Learn how to activate LockDown Browser for a Canvas Quiz 5 min video
View this Respondus support article on How to Setup Lockdown Browser for iPad Use
View this Instructor Resources page from Respondus.
Review the Respondus Lockdown Browser System Requirements
Student Learning Resources
Watch this Lockdown Browser Student Video 2 min video
View this article on How To Use Ipad to take Lockdown Browser Required Canvas Quiz
Respondus Monitor is a fully automated proctoring solution that enables students to take online exams at any time of the day or night, without pre-scheduling.
Students use a webcam to record themselves during an exam. A “startup sequence” guides them through requirements selected by the instructor, such as showing identification or making a short video of the exam environment. Only the instructor can review video recordings and the results of the proctoring session.
Powerful analytics are used to detect suspicious behaviors during an exam session. Video segments with potential exam violations are flagged for the instructor, with an overall risk level assigned to the exam session.