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With final exams approaching quickly, the information below has been gathered to provide an update on the resources available to assist with proctoring. Independent of the chosen solution, it is important to create a practice exam setup to ensure students have the necessary resources and mitigate technical issues leading to additional stress for faculty and students. As technical issues arise, refer your students to the ASU Experience Center (1-855-278-5080) for assistance.

Respondus Lockdown Browser + Monitor is available for all courses and is integrated with the Canvas quiz environment with multiple question types available. Respondus is not recommended for exams that require hand written work.

Live Zoom sessions are similar to face to face proctoring. For large classes, there may be students available who can assist with monitoring during exam periods. For recommendations on how to use Zoom for proctoring, visit the Fulton Schools remote instruction FAQ site.

RPNow is available for online courses or combined online/f2f or online/hybrid courses as it has been with full video review. It is available for other courses as needed, but will not include a review of the recorded videos. There are limited student resources available to assist with video review. RPNow works well for exams that require handwritten work. Instructors wishing to use RPNow should submit a request at least 5 days in advance of the exam.

The option which works best will depend greatly on the type of exam. If you would like assistance selecting the best option or setting up one of the proctoring applications, contact or post a question to the fse-teaching-and-learning Slack channel.

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