Thwart Tech-Savvy Quiz Takers with Locked Mode

EdTech Magazine

Locked Mode, a new feature in Google Forms and Classroom, allows educators to lock down the testing environment on school-managed Chromebooks. . This locks down the Chromebook so that the quiz takers can access only the current tab containing the quiz. . MORE FROM EDTECH: See how one Texas school tackled their one-to-one chromebook program. Check out Respondus LockDown Browser, Securly or Windows 10 ’s ability to create a test link to provide a secure testing environment.

The Great Learning Management System Debate: Featuring Canvas, Schoology and Google Classroom

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These include, but aren’t limited to: Google Drive, Turnitin, Respondus, Quizlet, Playposit and more! For Chromebook using students, this just makes it easier on them as it can be accessed quickly and easily. Edtech apps are partnered with, such as Turnitin, Respondus, and Clickers. [spp-player url=”[link] title=”Ask the Tech Coach Episode 18″ textabove=”” optin=”off” ctabuttons=”off” poweredby=”off”].

Illuminate Education Joins Google for Education Partner Program as a Premier Partner

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Support for Chromebooks – This includes: (1) Full integration of online assessment and learning solutions for students. (2) Illuminate Education is building additional online assessment support for Chromebooks, including integration of the Respondus LockDown Browser, an industry standard for web-based test security. Illuminate Education, a leading K-12 Education Intelligence Platform (EIP), today announced it has been certified as a Google for Education Premier Partner.