Students can use Lockdown Browser on their personal computers or in a campus computing lab. Students are prompted to install Lockdown Browser when they access a quiz that requires it. Note: File upload and media upload are not compatible question types with LockDown Browser since it requires a student to upload a file from their computer, which isn’t allowed during a locked test.
Need to install LockDown Browser in a computing lab? Email email@example.com for access to download the LockDown Browser for Labs edition.
To require LockDown Browser for an exam:
- In your Canvas site, you must enable the Lockdown Browser navigation button on your site. Select Settings in the course navigation menu.
- Select the Navigation tab at the top of the page.
- Scroll to the bottom section of the page and locate Lockdown Browser in the list.
- Select and drag the Lockdown Browser item to the top section (See Fig. 1).
- Select Save at the bottom of the page.
- Lockdown Browser is now a button on your navigation menu. Select Lockdown Browser on your navigation menu.
- You will see a list of the quizzes in your Canvas site.
- Select the down arrow to the right of the quiz name and select Settings from the drop-down menu (See Fig. 2).
- Select the radio button for the option, Require Respondus Lockdown Browser for this exam.
- A list of options will appear (See Fig. 3). Check the box for any of the options you want to enable.
- You will see that Lockdown Browser is listed as Required for the quiz.
- When you go to the Quizzes page in Canvas, you will see that Requires Respondus Lockdown Browser is appended to your Quiz name (See Fig. 4).
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