MAP Testing Chromebook kiosk app set-up guide

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Introduction
NWEA released a kiosk app named MAP Chromebook Testing App in July 2015. Kiosk apps are specially deployed and run independent of user accounts on the Chromebook.

Steps
The instructions to deploy this app have been adapted from Google's guide for Use Chromebooks for Student Assessment. You can see the app on the Chrome Web Store here: MAP Chromebook Testing App.

These steps will install the app across all Chromebooks in your organizational unit, and will allow students to see a menu of kiosk apps in the system tray on the login screen. The student can then select the app to begin testing.

 
To deploy the MAP Chromebook Testing App to managed devices:

See below if you do not use the Google Admin tools to manage your Chromebook devices.
  1. Log in to Google Admin.
  2. Navigate to Device management.
  3. Select Chrome management.
  4. Apply the appropriate device settings:
    1. Select Device settings.
    2. Select the organizational unit that has the Chromebooks you will use for testing.
    3. Scroll down to Kiosk Apps and select Manage Kiosk Applications.
    4. In the window that appears, select Chrome Web Store.
    5. Search for NWEA and click Add next to the MAP Chromebook App icon.
    6. Click Save.
    7. Apply any other settings you feel are appropriate for your organization's testing policies on the Device settings page.
    8. Click Save Changes in the bottom right.
  5. Adjust the Kiosk settings:
    1. Return to Chrome Management by clicking Chrome at the top of the page.
    2. Select App Management.
    3. Select the MAP Chromebook Testing App.
    4. Select Kiosk settings.
    5. Select your organizational unit.
    6. Turn on Install automatically.
  6. For Google help documents regarding setting up Chromebooks for assessment use, click here.

 
For non-managed devices:

If you are using a non-managed device, follow these steps:
  1. Open a new tab in Chrome.
  2. Enter chrome://extensions in the address bar (also known as the omnibox).
  3. Press Enter.
  4. Check the box next to Developer Mode.
  5. Click Add kiosk application, and enter the ID of the kiosk app you'd like to enable. The ID for the MAP testing app is omkghcboodpimaoimdkmigofhjcpmpeb
  6. Press Enter.
The installed kiosk app will now appear in the tray under Apps for a user to open from the shelf.

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