I need to take a quiz using the Respondus Lockdown Browser.
|title||Change to using Respondus Lockdown Browser|
Beginning June 1, 2017, students may no longer be able to manually launch LockDown Browser (using a desktop shortcut) and then log into Respondus. If they attempt to do that, they may encounter this message:
LockDown Browser shouldn't be started manually. Use a standard browser (eg. Chrome, IE, Firefox, etc.) to navigate to the exam and LockDown Browser will launch automatically when it's required.
- Install the Respondus Lockdown Browseron your machine.
- Close all programs on your machine.
- Locate the “LockDown Browser” shortcut on the desktop and double-click it (for Macintosh users, launch “LockDown Browser” from the Applications folder).
- Open your web browser (Chrome, IE, Firefox, etc).
- Go to the specific quiz you wish to take and attempt to begin the quiz, like you normally would without Respondus.
- Click Launch LockDown Browser (this would normally say Start Quiz here, if the quiz does not require Respondus).
- Click Open LockDown Browser, if prompted.
- If prompted to close a blocked program (e.g. screen capture, instant messaging), choose Yes when prompted.
- Login to your eLearning course.
- Navigate to the quiz and select the Click Start Quiz! link.Note: If the Start Quiz! link does not appear, it means that you are not running the Respondus LockDown Browser.
- Once a quiz has been started with Respondus LockDown Browser, you cannot exit until the Submit Quiz button is clicked.
|title||I've installed the Lockdown Browser, but the instructions above aren't working.|
The Lockdown Browser works as a skin for Internet Explorer on PCs and for Safari on Macs. Problems related to the Lockdown Browser are generally related to these browsers. Most of the time, clearing the appropriate browser's cache will resolve issues in the Lockdown Browser. For instructions to clear your cache, please see http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache.
|title||More information on Access Respondus|
Please see the following article for more information about taking a quiz in Respondus: https://confluence.uwf.edu/x/hInn