If you are looking for information regarding the types of accommodations we offer with the Otus platform, you've come to the right place!
Assessments can be printed so students can take them on paper (keeping in mind that some question types on advanced assessments are not conducive to printing).
For Advanced and Simple Assessments, teachers can activate the Lockdown Browser, which locks down the testing environment and removes any visual distractions from the screen.
Specific to Advanced Assessments
Accessibility options include:
Making the assessment full-screen (eliminates the possible distraction of the Otus primary navigation bar).
Color scheme change: the ability to change the background and foreground colors of the assessment to accommodate any visual deficits. Options include:
Adjust the Font Size of the entire assessment (regardless of the font size it was created in). Options include:
A list of keyboard shortcuts for zooming in and out, including:
Zoom in: Command Plus (+): (will zoom in incrementally each time the + key is pressed)
Zoom out: Command Minus (-): (will zoom out incrementally each time the key is pressed.
Reset zoom: Command 0: the browser returns to the default zoom level.
A free integration with Texthelp offers a variety of additional accessibility tools, including:
text-to-speech read aloud
talking single word translator
Specific to Multiple Choice questions, explicitly articulate the text that will be read aloud with a screen reader. This is concerned an advanced accessibility option. For more information, click here.
Otus is designed to function on any touch-screen device.
Otus offers technical support to families in their native language