Respondus Monitor – A trial opportunity!

Greetings from Learning Systems!

tl;dr A short trial with Respondus Monitor will be available and open to all instructors, May 1st, 2019 – July 31st, 2019. Training will be available on April 1st at 11AM for VCU instructors. Until then, Respondus is offering a New Features general webinar for instructors.

Description from the vendor’s website

Respondus Monitor builds upon the power of LockDown Browser®, and uses a student’s webcam and industry-leading video analytics to prevent cheating during non-proctored exams. It’s the most cost-effective, scalable, and student-friendly system for online proctoring.

Trial (and training) information for faculty

Academic Technologies will be working with select departments that have graciously offered to open their Respondus Monitor trial to the greater academic community at VCU! If you are interested in participating in the trial taking place from May 1st through July 31st, please send an email to consultls@vcu.edu. We will add you to the trial and send out an invite with the training details.

Additional March 6th webinar (this Wednesday)

This just in! There’s an additional March 6 webinar on the latest features of Respondus Monitor. It’s tailored for faculty, but it is not VCU-specific, for general audiences. Feel free to register here:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2926052626780374018

Thank you for having a look at Respondus Monitor. We value your feedback!

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Published on Monday, March 4, 2019, at 3:14 pm by teharvey in the Learning Systems Announcements blog.

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