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Live view helps teachers and professors monitor which students have started an exam and which students have handed in.  

To get to live view. . .  

1. Select the "Exams" tab in the lefthand toolbar and go to your "Ongoing" exams tabs (see figure 6.1).

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2. Select the green "Monitor" button (see figure 6.2).

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From live view, you'll be able to see the names of the students taking the exam in live view, as well as the time they started, when data from their exam was last received and what time they handed in (see figure 6.3).

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There are two key actions you can take from live view: unlocking exam and downloading offline files.  Both can help you if a student experiences a technical difficulty.

Unlocking exams

For every student, there is an “unlock” action button (see figure 6.5).  As soon as a student begins taking an exam, the exam is locked in order to prevent cheating.  This means that if the student tries to end the exam and log back in they will be blocked. However, there are certain technical issues that might require a teacher or professor to unlock an exam for their student.  For example, if a computer froze or the battery died unexpectedly the student would need to have the exam unlocked.  In this situation the following instructions can be used:

1. Select the “Unlock” button for a particular student (see figure 6.4 & 6.5).

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Figure 6.5

 

2. The student re-opens their DigiExam client.

3. Student re-enters the exact same student information/credentials.

4. Student re-starts the exam and continues working where they left off.

 

Offline files 

Offline files are used so student’s can start and hand-in exams regardless of whether they have an internet connection.  Within live view, you’ll see there are two buttons: “download offline file” and “upload offline answer files.” It is recommended that instructors always download the offline exam file and save it to a USB drive in case a student can’t connect to the internet. For information on how to use offline files, follow this guide.

To learn how to end an exam click here.

 

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