A lockdown browser helps maintain testing integrity by preventing student access to unauthorized resources during a test (e.g. googling answers).
Canvas is currently compatible with the Respondus Lockdown Browser. Unfortunately, Respondus is a commercial product, for which you have to pay licensing fees.
I strongly suggest that Canvas integrate with the Safe Exam Browser, an open source lockdown browser that is free. Details at www.safeexambrowser.org.
There is a process for requesting partner integrations that might help. Learn more at https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-14907-75187841186
I just looked over this product, and it seems that it is intended for Testing Centers, but including it in Canvas could be powerful.
Have them do this for Quizzes.Next since that is where they are going on the quiz system. QN doesn't even work with any proctoring tool my institution uses.
In the configuration file, on the Browser tab, enter the following under "User agent for desktop mode": Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:64.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/64.0
(This will prevent Canvas from popping up the message saying your browser isn't supported.)
Under the Network tab, you can block navigation to several areas of Canvas:
I have not tried this with Quiz.next yet.
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