Deterring Cheating in Proctored Exams with Respondus Lockdown Browser

This December, faculty may view a one hour training session on how to use Respondus Lockdown Browser to deter cheating on tests delivered through Blackboard. Please note that Respondus Lockdown Browser is a software program that is meant to be used in proctored classroom environments only.

Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor: Prevent Cheating During Online Exams

DATE & TIME SIGN UP
Thurs. December 15th
12 PM – 1 PM
Click here to register and view on your own computer.
Wed. January 11th
1 PM – 2 PM
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Thurs. January 19th
2 PM – 3 PM
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To help faculty identify more robust, effective strategies to deter cheating in online tests, we strongly recommend that faculty review these resources:

Prevent Cheating During Exams with Respondus

Instructor Trainings with Respondus

This September, attend a 45-minute training session on how to effectively use Respondus applications for online testing. Learn how to create online assessments with Respondus 4, or see how to prevent cheating during online exams using LockDown Browser.

Sign up today to learn how to use these applications!

LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor: Prevent Cheating During Online Exams

Tuesday, September 13 at 2pm CT

Wednesday, September 28 at 1pm CT

Respondus 4.0: Create & Manage Exam Content

Thursday, September 8 at 1pm CT

Prevent Cheating During Exams

Attend an Upcoming Webinar

Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser used by hundreds of institutions to lock down a computer during an online exam. When using LockDown Browser, students can’t print, copy, visit other websites, or use other applications during an online test.

These sessions will include an overview and demonstration of LockDown Browser. There will also be a brief overview of Respondus Monitor. Please note: MATC will not adopt Respondus Monitor.

Instructor Training: LockDown Browser

“Instructor Training for LockDown Browser: Prevent Cheating During Exams”

This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end. Lockdown Browser integrates with Blackboard, Desire2Learn, Moodle, Sakai, and ANGEL.

Instructor Training for Respondus LockDown Browser: Prevent Cheating During Exams

Do you use online testing in Blackboard Learn?
Do you want to secure online tests and discourage cheating?

 
On May 13th and May 28th, faculty may view a free 1 hour training webinar to learn about using  Respondus Lockdown Browser to protect their online tests. Webinar sessions may be viewed in-person by coming to the Faculty Innovation Center on the following dates:

  • Session1:   Tuesday May 13th, 2014  1:00-2:00 PM
    Downtown Campus, Main Building, Room M201A
  • Session 2:  Wednesday May 28th, 2014  2:00-3:00 PM
    Downtown Campus, Main Building, Room M201A

Alternatively, if you cannot attend a webinar session in person, you may register for the webinar and view it on your own by using our Webinar RSVP Form.

Respondus LockDown Browser Webinar

Attend an Upcoming Webinar

Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser used by hundreds of institutions to lock down a computer during an online exam. When using LockDown Browser, students can’t print, copy, visit other websites, or use other applications during an online test.

These sessions will include an overview and demonstration of LockDown Browser. We will also provide a brief overview of Respondus Monitor. Respondus Monitor integrates webcam technology with LockDown Browser, creating an essential layer of security.

Instructor Training: LockDown Browser

This training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser with online exams. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end. LockDown Browser integrates with Blackboard, ANGEL, Canvas, Desire2Learn, Moodle, and Sakai.

Attend a viewing of this webinar in the FIC (Downtown Campus) Room M304. Click here to RSVP!

Register to view webinar!