Respondus browser lockdown: how the anti-script software for exams works

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The signs: if the student looks up or down too often or turns around (maybe) he is cheating | Courier TV

How does the Respondus browser lockdown used for exams by various universities work, including Bocconi University in Milan? First of all, at the beginning of the test it forces the student to close the internet, access the printer, other applications such as skype, or the camera.

Then there is a camera that after identification, supervision of the environment in which the exam will take place and a functional test, begins recording the exam to see, for example, if the student looks up or down too often. or turn around. Reasons that could then push the teacher, after viewing the recording, to reject the candidate.


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