Guided Access On Chromebook

  1. Guided Access On Chromebook
  2. Guided Access On Chromebook Touchscreen
  3. Guided Access On Chromebook Windows 10
Guided access on chromebook touchscreen

LockDown Browser for Chromebook uses a Chrome Extension that can only be run in kiosk mode. Google requires that all kiosk apps be managed via their Google Admin Suite (a license is required for this product), and so the LockDown Browser for Chromebook app cannot be made available to students for use on their personally owned devices.
LockDown Browser for Chromebook is available only to 1) K-12 or Higher Ed institutions that, 2) have purchased a LockDown Browser license, 3) use school-wide Google Admin Suite mobile device management for their Chromebooks, and 4) have an enterprise license of Canvas, Schoology, or Blackboard Learn.

Guided Access On Chromebook

If your institution meets all of the above requirements, then the LockDown Browser Chromebook app can be made available to your students. Otherwise, your students will need to use another compatible platform as listed here.
Please keep in mind that Respondus Monitor is not available for use with our Chromebook kiosk mode app.
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How LockDown Browser for Chromebook is started on the device
LockDown Browser uses a Chrome Extension that can only be run in kiosk mode. Instructions for deploying the Chromebook edition of LockDown Browser are available from the administrator area of Respondus.com.

Once the LockDown Browser app is installed, a student can launch it by selecting “LockDown Browser” from the “Apps” link located on the login screen.

Android Guided Access is a security feature that allows users to pin their device screens to a single screen and control the features that can be accessed, similar to Apple's Guided Access. Though Guided Access is built as an accessibility feature, it's also used to provision single purpose devices with the required app. LockDown Browser for Chromebook uses a Chrome Extension that can only be run in kiosk mode. Google requires that all kiosk apps be managed via their Google Admin Suite (a license is required for this product), and so the LockDown Browser for Chromebook app cannot be made available to students for use on their personally owned devices.

With Assigned Access, you create a new user account that automatically launches one Windows Store app in full screen mode, with no access to the rest of Windows at all. Setting it up in Windows 10.

If this is the first time LockDown Browser has been run on the device, the user will be prompted to enter their institution name, and then select it from the list shown.

Guided Access On Chromebook Touchscreen

This is a one-time process; on subsequent exams, users won’t be required to select their institution.

Guided Access On Chromebook Windows 10

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Note that LockDown Browser is also available for Windows (version 7 -10), Mac (OS X 10.12 Sierra and higher), and iPad tablets (iOS 7+).