When we created Proctorio, we committed ourselves to expanding and protecting high-quality education for test takers with varying abilities. We are consistently improving our product by creating new partnerships, complying with industry standards, and developing exam settings that are completely customizable by the exam administrator.

When choosing your remote proctoring provider, you need to decipher which platform not only complies with your standards, but is also equipped to assist and better the test-taking experience for your test-takers.

Our accessibility standards compliance

Proctorio currently complies with the following standards:

  • WCAG 2.1 AA standards of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

  • Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act

  • EN 301 549 Accessibility requirements suitable for public procurement of ICT products and services in Europe

Assistive technology compatibility

Proctorio is compatible with the following:

  • VoiceOver (as a macOS native text to speech reader)

  • Kurzweil3000/Read the Web (as a Chrome or an Edge browser extension)

  • ChromeVox/Screen Reader (as a Chrome browser extension)

  • JAWS

  • NVDA

Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPATs)

Proctorio partnered with Deque Systems, experts in user accessibility and compliance, to produce a set of externally-validated VPATs, including a WCAG 2.1 AA, 508, and EN 301 549.

Encouraging accommodations and empathy

At Proctorio, we encourage all of our exam administrators to speak with their test takers before the exam to intentionally build an exam environment that suits each test taker’s unique needs.

Our customizable settings allow exam administrators to meet accommodation requests made by their test takers on a per-user basis.

In addition, users can enable High-Visibility Mode during the pre-checks before the start of the exam.

More equitable software

For us, this is an iterative process of improvement as we enhance our platform’s accessibility and grow our company’s understanding to provide more equitable user experiences among our end users.

My Blind Spot partnership

Proctorio has partnered with My Blind Spot (MBS), an international nonprofit consultancy delivering ADA 508, ISO 40500, and WCAG inclusive Digital IT Solutions to governmental agencies, private corporations, educational institutions, and community organizations.

My Blind Spot is auditing our software and providing feedback on where our platform can become even more user-friendly for people of varying abilities.

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