How to Set Up Hawkes-Compatible Online Proctoring Solutions

Please see the instructions below for assistance setting up your desired Hawkes-compatible online proctoring solution. If you are interested in integrating Hawkes with any of these online proctoring services, please connect with your Training & Support Representative or email training@hawkeslearning.com.

Respondus Monitor

*Please note that we do not provide direct integration with Respondus Monitor. The directions below walk through a workaround that allows Hawkes tests to be accessed within Respondus Monitor should you be required to use it for remote testing.  Please ensure that you carefully follow all setup instructions in order for testing to function correctly within your LMS and Respondus Monitor. Students will also need to closely follow the directions that you include in the LMS quiz to successfully submit the assignment in both Hawkes and their LMS.

Examity

ProctorU Auto

How to set up ProctorU Auto with Blackboard.

HonorLock – Requires Google Chrome

View a detailed walk-through.

Proctorio-Requires Google Chrome

  1. Link your LMS gradebook to Hawkes
  2. Create a quiz within your LMS
  3. Add one question to the LMS quiz that contains a link to Hawkes courseware through Deep Linking or Single Sign-On.
    • The linked question can be as simple as “TRUE or FALSE: I completed my Hawkes Exam”
    • Make sure that the Hawkes courseware opens in a new tab. If there is a setting for this, ensure that it is enabled. 
    • NOTE: Some LMS platforms allow you to create a question that does not require an answer
  4. Proctoring is ready at this point, and everything will submit properly as long as the student submits the LMS test.

Note: Proctorio requires your students to take the proctored exam using a Google Chrome browser

ProctorFree

  1. Link your LMS gradebook to Hawkes
  2. Create a quiz within your LMS
  3. Add one question to the LMS quiz that contains a link to Hawkes courseware through Deep Linking or Single Sign-On.
    • The linked question can be as simple as “TRUE or FALSE: I completed my Hawkes Exam” 
    • Make sure that the Hawkes courseware opens in a new tab. If there is a setting for this, ensure that it is enabled. 
    • NOTE: Some LMS platforms allow you to create a question that does not require an answer

4. Proctoring is ready at this point, and everything will submit properly as long as the student submits the LMS test.

BioSig-ID/Bio-Sight-ID

  1. Create a WebTest in Hawkes
  2. Link your Hawkes section to your LMS and create SSO/direct assignment links
  3. Create a quiz within your LMS
  4. Add one question to the LMS quiz that contains a link to Hawkes courseware through Deep
    Linking or Single Sign-On.
    • Enter the following as your question text:
      1. Access the test in Hawkes using the following link, then navigate to your To Do list to take the [Exam Name] test in Hawkes: Click here to access Hawkes [add SSO or direct assignment link to italicized portion] 
      2. Complete and submit your test in Hawkes 
      3. Close the Hawkes tab to return to the LMS tab 
      4. Answer this question and submit to finish

5. Finish creating your LMS quiz and enable BioSig-ID, BioSight-ID, etc

6. Proctoring is ready at this point, and everything will submit properly as long as the student
submits the LMS test.

Zoom (Free!)

  1. Schedule a meeting in Zoom.
  2. Have students join the meeting via provided meeting link.
  3. Once the Zoom meeting is live, select the Share Screen option at the bottom of the meeting window.
  4. From the drop-down menu, select Multiple participants can share simultaneously.
    • Ensure that under Advanced Options, all participants can share their screen at all times, not just the host.

5. Have all students share their screen and begin proctoring.

Zoom + Respondus Lockdown Browser

Hawkes can whitelist programs running in the background while the Respondus Lockdown Browser is open for testing. Contact us to learn more about this functionality.

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