Academic Partnership for Instruction Hosting "Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor" Brown Bag Lunch Session | Noon
Join the Academic Partnership for Instruction (API), a division of Information Services (IS), on Tuesday, July 22, at noon in Kayser Hall 538 for a brown bag lunch session to learn more about the "Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor." Fully integrated in Blackboard, these new tools are used to enhance the security of online test taking and are easy to use for both faculty and students.
During this brown bag lunch session, we will demonstrate how the tools function and share insights from faculty members who participated in the pilot phase of the project. Bring your lunch and join us. All faculty and staff are welcome. Registration is not required for this event. If you would prefer to attend online, join via Adobe Connect.
Full hands-on training courses covering both the creation of online tests and how to implement Respondus in conjunction with them will be offered on Tuesday, August 12, (Authentic Assessment and Evaluation) and Friday, August 15 (Increasing Online Test Security). Registration is required for the hands-on courses.
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