This video will show instructors how to set up an assessment to require the use of LockDown Browser and a webcam (Respondus Monitor), to prevent cheating in online exams. The video includes the student's perspective and tips for getting started.
How instructors can apply the LockDown Browser requirement to an exam in Brightspace 10.5+
For older versions of Brightspace, please see the Quick Start Guide at
This video shows how LockDown Browser works within older versions of Brightspace (Desire2Learn). For the most up-to-date video, please visit http://www.respondus.com/products/lockdown-browser/demos.shtml
Trailer for the Respondus Monitor and LockDown Browser session at the Online Learning Consortium's Annual Conference, October 29-31, 2014 in Orlando. Join the session there to learn how to prevent cheating in online tests!
Session teaser for session about LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor at the Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference in July 2014. Join us at 4:30pm on July 8 at the conference in Denver, Colorado! Learn more at www.respondus.com.
Learn about how to deter cheating and ensure student identity in online exams. A 2-minute teaser video for the "Respondus Monitor & LockDown Browser: Protect the Integrity of Online Tests" session at the 2013 Sloan Consortium ET4Online conference, April 2014.
Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser that provides a secure testing environment within Desire2Learn. Students are locked into the assessment and are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications.
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