Quiz Activity 1.6: Enabling the Safe Exam Browser for Moodle ISU Quizzes [Faculty]

Description

The Safe Exam Browser (SEB) is a proctoring tool used by faculty in the ISU Computer Classrooms. It regulates the access to any utilities like system functions, other websites and applications, and prevents unauthorized resources being used during an exam.

[Warning: This is not an online proctoring solution, but a product to help enhance in-person proctoring in a computer lab setting.]

SEB has been installed in several ISU computer labs in Pocatello, Meridian, Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls. For a complete list of computer labs with SEB, see the eISU website.

Students will need to initiate the SEB on the computer prior to starting their Moodle quiz. The Quiz Activity: Use Safe Exam Browser [Student] handout explains how to initiate, use, and close the SEB for students. Feel free to share this link with your students.

This Guide Will Help You to:

  • Enable the SEB in the quiz settings

  • Seek further assistance

Enable the SEB in the quiz settings

  1. Login to Moodle ISU

  2. Navigate to your course

  3. Select the quiz you wish to edit

  4. Select Settings in the course navigation menu

Course header menu with arrow pointing to Settings menu item

  1. In the Safe Exam Browser setting, select the Yes - Use SEB client config option from the drop down list that appears next to the Require the use of Safe Exam Browser section.

Require use of Safe Exam Browser option with a dropdown menu to the right of it and Yes - Use SEB client config chosen

  1. At the bottom of the page, select Save and return to course.

Seek Further Assistance

For additional assistance, please contact the ITRC at (208) 282-5880 or itrc@isu.edu

For more information, please visit Moodle.org: Safe Exam Browser

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Article ID: 53128
Created
Wed 5/2/18 10:19 AM
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Sun 11/5/23 8:19 PM