Date(s) - Thursday September 6
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Webinar via Zoom
Combating academic dishonesty can be a challenging obstacle within online learning environments. It is hard to envision a scenario where a student completes an online assessment without using their book, computer, phone, or other device to look up the answers. In this power half-hour, you will learn about a new tool called Respondus in TCU Online. When used with the Quizzes tool in TCU Online, Respondus Lockdown Browser prevents students from using their computer to access information on other websites, or in other programs or apps. Additionally, Respondus Monitor* is a companion application that allows instructors to record students via webcam while they are taking their quiz, and then review the footage for suspicious behavior. Together, these tools help hold students accountable for their learning by deterring cheating and supporting academic integrity in online learning environments.
*TCU has a limited number of licenses for Respondus Monitor so please contact the Koehler Center if you would like to use this application.