Below are a variety of resources that can help you with course development and delivery.
Respondus LockDown Browser and/or Monitor
The following series of videos shows you how to use Respondus Lockdown Browser and Respondus Lockdown Monitor. I show you how to turn these settings on, what the students see, and how you can view the results.
Lockdown Browser is a separate browser the keeps students from opening other windows while taking the exam. Students must download "Lockdown Browser" to take the quiz.
This video is meant to show you how to turn on Respondus Lockdown Browser and/or Monitor.
This video is meant to show you the process students must follow to take an exam using Lockdown Browser. You can share the video with your students if you wish.
This video is meant to show you the process students must follow to take an exam using both Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor. Please be advised that it's not the best quality because I had to use screenshots of the process.
This video is meant to show you how to review exams after the student have completed the tests using Respondus Lockdown Browser or Monitor.
Online Proctoring via ProctorU
If you have an exam that needs to be proctored via ProctorU during the college closure, please complete and return the document below to Vickie Mills (firstname.lastname@example.org). After Vickie enters the course exam information into the ProctorU portal, you will be notified that your students may begin registering. If you plan on using ProctorU, please complete and return your Exam Information Form (opens in a new window) to Vickie Mills well in advance of your exam window. Students MUST register for their exam at a minimum of 72 hours in advance of when they want to take the exam to avoid incurring late fees.
Please direct your students to https://support.proctoru.com/hc/en-us/categories/115001818507 (opens in a new window) for important information on creating an account, registering for an exam, testing their equipment, etc.
Here's a playlist of Teaching Tuesdays, a resource created by Melynda Conner, TBR HIP Specialist.
This video shows you how to pivot instruction to online.
This video shows students how to download and sign into the Teams mobile app.