Knowledgebase : Respondus LockDown Browser > Accessibility
LockDown Browser meets all web content accessibility guidelines, as documented in our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) [https://web.respondus.com/accessibility-lockdown/]. LockDown Browser also works with many assistive technologies, with d...
If NVDA only audibly reads "Unknown" within Respondus LockDown Browser, it is due to the portable version of NVDA being used. Only the full Desktop version of NVDA should be installed and used with LockDown Browser. To resolve the issue students should d...
The following is a list of Respondus LockDown Browser keyboard shortcuts for Windows and macOS that may assist students with disabilities. Although many of the below shortcuts work within standard web browsers, some are unique to Respondus LockDown Browse...
The VoiceOver accessibility feature works with the Mac version of LockDown Browser. However, there are some differences in the way that VoiceOver functionality is accessed in each learning management system. The following notes may be helpful for students...
How to enable Voice Control: * Click on the Apple button in the top left and select “System Preferences”. * Go to “Accessibility” > “Voice Control” and click on the box next to “Enable Voice Control.” How to use: * After enabling Voice Control,...
In our testing, we have found that Windows Speech Recognition can have difficulty identifying what is said. To help improve the speech recognition, we recommend using a headset with a microphone. How to start Speech Recognition: * Press Windows Star...