Honorlock Exam Set Up
Before an exam can be enabled in Honorlock, you will need to set it up in D2L. Ensure that your D2L quiz meets the below requirements before attempting to enable the exam in Honorlock.
D2L Quiz Set Up Requirements
- Enter Quiz Name
- Deselect hide from students
- Include a Stat Date and Time
- Include an End Date and Time
- Include Time Limit
Navigate to the Honorlock link in D2L.
Setting up Exam in Honorlock
To view the recording on setting up exams click the following link: How to use Honorlock
- You will see all the quizzes and exams you have in D2L. By clicking the blue “Enable” button next to each exam, Honorlock will be added.
- Once the exam has been enabled, you can enable the Proctoring Settings of your choice. To enable a setting, simply click on the box for that setting. The blue checkbox will indicate that the option is enabled. Clicking on it again will deselect this option and turn it off. For additional explanations about these settings, scroll to “Proctoring Settings Explanations”.
- Next, select the Student Guidelines you deem applicable to this assessment. You’ll be able to choose from a list of options to tailor the exam to what you want to allow or not allow your students to do. For additional explanation about these guidelines, scroll to “Student Guideline Explanations”.
- Next, you’ll be able to add Additional Instructions. It is recommended you clarify or expand upon items you choose to enable in this section. The guidelines and Additional Instructions will be visible to exam takers when starting their exam and will be utilized by proctors to determine what is allowed during the assessment.
- The next section is the Accommodations, these will only be visible to the Honorlock proctors. Regardless of the accommodation, include the student’s name and the accommodation details in this section.
- Lastly, it’s the Exam Visibility toggle. This will determine if you want to allow students to view the exams listed outside of the present timeframe. In either case, it will not allow the student to access the exam outside of the testing window.