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Error Messages Encountered Using LockDown Browser
Error 1: "There is a problem with the settings for this exam." If an exam requiring LockDown Browser is copied into a new course it may return this error: "There is a problem with the settings for this exam." Contact yo...
 How to do the 360 Room Check
Respondus Monitor and other proctoring solutions require that you video your room before you may proceed to taking your test. Here is an example of the correct way to do the video. Make sure that you pan the room slowly. You must do 2 views a...
Install and Launch LockDown Browser
If your professor has required that you use LockDown browser in a quiz, you will need to install the program. The link to do so appears once you open the quiz. If you have a Chromebook, see Using a Chromebook with LockDown Browser . See also th...
LockDown Browser Froze While Taking an Exam
Troubleshooting Try the following: Use a supported browser to navigate to the exam and LockDown Browser will launch automatically when it is required. Avoid using wireless connections when taking tests if possible. Wireless dropout c...
Online Proctored Testing (Exams)
What Is A Proctored Exam? Some courses require students to take proctored exams. A proctored exam is supervised either at an in-person testing center or by an online proctor. Lone Star College Testing Centers provide a variety of testing serv...
Proctoring and Privacy
Students who are asked to use their webcams for exam proctoring, such as Respondus Monitor, SmarterProctoring and ProctorU, often have concerns about how their privacy is protected during those webcam sessions. Respondus Monitor, SmarterProctoring a...
Proctoring Options for Online Quizzes
Proctoring Online Quizzes Proctoring a quiz validates its integrity by providing varying levels of supervision for students taking the quiz. Lone Star College offers multiple options for proctoring quizzes. Contact your instructor for specific proc...
Respondus Lockdown Browser and Respondus Monitor Helpful Hints
Respondus offers two solutions for monitoring exams. The first is Respondus LockDown Browser, which is not a proctoring solution but limits what a student can do when taking an exam. It only requires using the LockDown Browser software. Respondus Mo...
Respondus LockDown Browser & Monitor
Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within the learning management system. Respondus Monitor is a system that uses the student's webcam to record the student taking the exam. Both are designed t...
Using a Chromebook with LockDown Browser
 A Chromebook extension for LockDown Browser is required to use a Chromebook for quizzes and exams requiring the LockDown Browser with or without Monitor. NOTE: Respondus LDB and Monitor function on Chromebooks and iPads. Installing the...
Using a Mac with LockDown Browser
NOTE: These instructions are for the Chrome browser on the Mac. Enable Pop-ups The browser needs to be configured to allow pop-ups from “d2l.lonestar.edu”. It is advised to manually input our website instead of allowing from ...