Attend a special training webinar tomorrow that focuses on the advanced settings and features of LockDown Browser. A Respondus product specialist will show how to allow ebooks, spreadsheets and calculators during an online test.
We’ll also discuss how students can use LockDown Browser on different devices (such as an iPad) and cover some best practices. The session is intended for instructors who already have basic knowledge of LockDown Browser. Register now!
Did you know that there are limitations to using Chrome OS and that “Respondus Lockdown Browser and some types of content specific to Microsoft applications will be inaccessible on Chrome OS”?
LockDown Browser for Chromebook is available to 1) K-12 schools that, 2) have
purchased a LockDown Browser license, 3) use school-wide mobile device management for their Chromebooks, and 4) have an enterprise license of Canvas, Schoology, or Blackboard Learn. Respondus is only offering LockDown Browser for Chromebook only to K-12 institutions at this time. LockDown Browser for Chromebook is not available to Higher Education institutions, nor to K-12 institutions that have dual enrolled students needing to take exams at colleges and universities.
Click on the link below to view the faculty and student minimum technology requirements guides:
Faculty Technology Requirements
Student Technology Requirements
Summer term is almost here, and we’re ready to help you prepare your online tests. Take just 45 minutes this month to join a free training webinar – and increase your confidence in online testing.
You’ll see LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor in action, and learn how to prevent cheating in both proctored and non-proctored online tests. Sign up for one of the dates below!
UPCOMING TRAINING DATES
Tuesday, May 9 at 3pm CT
Wednesday, May 10 at 3pm CT
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