Instructor Live Proctoring

May 31, 2021
Story: Instructor Live Proctoring
Instructors that use LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor have an additional remote proctoring option that works with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex and other video systems. The new “Instructor Live Proctoring” option uses LockDown Browser to deter cheating on the computer itself, while the instructor monitors students via video conferencing. This method is only recommended for small class sizes where instructors can effectively observe and track students during the exam.

When LockDown Browser is used with “Instructor Live Proctoring,” the instructor watches students remotely during an online test. This feature requires the use of a video conference system such as Zoom or MS Teams and is intended for small classes where the instructor can view all students on the screen at once. The instructor and students meet in the video conferencing application at a specified time. When ready, the instructor provides students a start code for the online exam – students start LockDown Browser from there. The instructor can then watch students via the video conference system for the duration of the exam. Note that Instructor Live Proctoring does NOT record the student video, nor does it alert the instructor to suspicious events. These features are only available with Respondus Monitor, the automated proctoring solution.

Additional information about Respondus LockDown Browser and Instructor Live Proctoring can be found online at https://web.respondus.com/instructor-proctoring.
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