Information Technology Services (ITS) is aware of a licensing issue with Respondus Monitoring and are working to get this resolved. Read more about some proctoring alternatives that they are suggesting until they have a solution in place.
As many of our courses have moved online, you may find yourself looking for a proctoring solution for your online testing. Did you know that UNC Greensboro has a campus-wide license for Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor. There are a few upcoming training opportunities through Respondus, intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser […]
As many of our SOE courses move online, you may find yourself looking for a proctoring solution. UNC Greensboro has a campus-wide license for Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor. All Canvas courses contain a link in the left-hand navigation called “Lockdown Browser.” Respondus Lockdown Browser Respondus LockDown Browser is an application that prevents students from accessing […]
UNCG Libraries is hosting a virtual panel on “Academic Integrity in Online Courses and Respondus Lockdown Browser” on Thursday April 23rd at 10:00am. Panelists: Aprille Black, an Instructional Technology Consultant (ITC) from the Bryan School; Anita Warfford, Instructional Technology Consultant (ITC) for College of Arts and Science (CAS) Register HereAsk your questions: http://go.uncg.edu/airespondus For other […]
Did you know that UNC Greensboro purchased a campus-wide license for Respondus Monitor and Lockdown Browser? Respondus Monitor uses the student’s webcam to create a recording of the student’s behavior while they are taking the test. Respondus LockDown Browser is an application that prevents students from accessing other websites, tools, and resources while taking online tests and […]