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Can an iPad be used with LockDown Browser? (instructions for faculty)
Posted by Bob Boufford, Last modified by Scott Maxwell on 21 February 2019 03:55 PM

The iPad Edition of "LockDown Browser" (available from iTunes) enables a student to use an iPad to take exams that require LockDown Browser. However, the instructor must select the appropriate setting for each exam that permits students to use an iPad. 

The LockDown Browser iPad app is not compatible with Sakai LMS servers. All Sakai users will need to use a computer with a compatible operating system. More details can be seen here.

Respondus Monitor is a separate application used with LockDown Browser to deter cheating during non-proctored exams. Respondus Monitor is supported with the iPad edition of LockDown Browser, but certain features aren’t available, such as the facial detection step during the pre-exam startup sequence, and facial detection alerts during the exam itself.


Setting an exam to allow students to use the iPad Edition of LockDown Browser

An instructor should follow these steps to allow students to access an exam with the iPad Edition of LockDown Browser:

  1. Login to the online course using an instructor account.
  2. Select the Respondus LockDown Browser tool (dashboard) and select "Modify Settings" for the exam.
  3. Select "Require Respondus LockDown Browser for this exam".
  4. Expand "[+] Advanced Settings" and select "Allow students to take this exam with an iPad".
  5. Save the settings.

 
Using the iPad Edition of LockDown Browser

A student should follow the steps outlined in this article in order to take an exam with the iPad Edition of LockDown Browser.