Discover how over 1,500 institutions prevent cheating during online tests, in both proctored and non-proctored settings. In this lively session, you’ll learn how LockDown Browser prevents printing, copying and accessing other applications during online exams. You’ll also see how Respondus Monitor, a fully-automated proctoring solution, builds upon the power of LockDown Browser by adding video and webcam technology to prevent cheating in non-proctored testing environments. Respondus Monitor doesn’t simply flag suspicious behaviors, it ranks the overall exam session in terms of risk (High, Medium, Low). This enables instructors to quickly identify sessions that require further scrutiny. Along with a demonstration of the software, you’ll learn about key challenges of online testing, including verification of student identity, preventing students from accessing unapproved materials during an exam, how to protect exam content, and more. This session also covers best practices and roll-out tips for new users.
• Understand how LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor prevent cheating during online tests and integrate seamlessly with learning management systems.
• See the newest features for online proctoring, including real-time facial detection alerts that help students stay within the video frame during the exam, and the “Review Priority” system that ranks exam sessions in terms of risk. Participants will also learn how these and other new features enhance the student and instructor experience when using the automated proctoring solution.