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Instructions to resolve the "Fix It" error seen by students attempting to take a RLDB exam.
How to fix the license renewal problem encountered when updating Respondus 4.
This article contains information for students on using the Respondus LockDown browser. Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom web browser that locks down the testing environment within Blackboard; test-takers are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications. When an assessment is started, students are locked into it until they submit for grading. It is compatible with Mac and Windows.
How to use Respondus LockDown Browser and YuJa Proctoring simultaneously to administer or take a Blackboard exam. Use of both tools concurrently helps to ensure the integrity of the exam.
ProctorU help resources for students and instructors.
A single user exam can be created in ProctorU for students who are granted an exception and allowed to take an exam during a separate exam window. This article show the steps for setting up the single user exam in ProctorU for a student and links to instructions for setting up an exam exception in Blackboard.
Audience: instructors
An introduction to the *PRINTED EXAM* administration tool, similar to Scantron. GradeHub is a Blackboard plugin that allows you to create multiple-choice exams for students to take in person (using blank bubble-sheets they preprint at home). Completed answer sheets are collected and scanned in, then GradeHub automatically grades and syncs the results with Bb Grade Center.
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. With Zoom you have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms and invite students to join from their desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Students can also share content from their devices such as PowerPoint presentations, and YouTube videos.  Zoom is available to all faculty, staff, and students for academic purposes.
The content editor is a platform-independent WYSIWYG editor based on TinyMCE and licensed as Open Source under LGPL from Moxiecode Systems AB. The content editor has a large number of new and enhanced features and serves as a replacement for the old text editor.
This guide explains how to set up a YuJa Proctoring session, with step-by-step instructions for recording your exam.
You can automatically assign all questions in a test the same default point value. To be effective, you must set the default point value before you create questions. If you change the default point value, only new questions will have the new value. Questions you created before the modification have the old point value.

You can't specify a default point value for questions in pools and surveys.
On the Question Settings page, you can adjust question settings for a test, survey, or pool. For example, you can set options for scoring, feedback, images, metadata, extra credit, and how questions are displayed to students.
A question pool is a collection of questions that is stored for repeated use.

You can use pools to create tests and surveys. You can also export and import pools for use in tests in other courses.
Steps to copy or export a test/exam to another course.
You can change the possible points awarded for answering questions correctly in two ways. For both ways, new grades are recalculated for all previously submitted tests.