Canvas provides a log of each student's interaction with a quiz. This document discusses how to use quiz logs caveats of using them.
Canvas keeps a log of each student’s interaction with a quiz. Quiz logs offer a chronological listing of a student’s activity in a quiz, such as:
The Canvas Quiz Log can be generally useful to understand variables such as how much time a student spent on a quiz, and can help you investigate problems that a student may have during the quiz.
The quiz log data are not exact in details of how and when students interacted with quiz questions. Therefore, this data cannot provide definitive evidence for exact interpretations of student behavior.
Quiz log data is not recommended as evidence of academic integrity
While data in Canvas quiz logs can provide useful information, it should never be taken by itself as evidence of academic misconduct, since specific entries in the log may not be accurate. Instructors should never use a single data point to take any action in regards to a student.
For more information about access to the Canvas quiz logs, review this Canvas guide: How do I view a quiz log for a student?