Programs developed by AiR
FSA Secure Browser is an application for taking online assessments. The browser allows a student to log-in to the secure area of the website by providing a username and password along with a Session ID. The access can be obtained from the American Institute for Research developers.
OHSecureBrowser is an application that provides a secure environment for student testing. The Fast User Switching must be disabled when trying to access the browser, and Server 2003 and 2008 are supported when using a thin client. The secure browser opens displaying the student login screen.
CASecureBrowser is a browser used for CAASPP Administration online testing. All students must use a secure browser to access operational assessments. The secure browser prevents students from accessing other computer or Internet applications or copying test information.
The AzMERITSecureBrowser is a web browser for taking online assessments in azmeritportal.org (Arizona's Statewide Achievement Assessment for English Language Arts and Mathematics). The secure browser prevents students from accessing other computer or Internet applications and from copying test information. It also occupies the entire computer screen.
CTSecureBrowser is a program that provides a secure environment for student testing. The secure browser opens displaying the student login screen. You must disable the fast user switching when trying to access the browser. Server 2003, 2008 and 2012 are supported when using a thin client.
SD Secure Browser is an application specially designed for the South Dakota Department of Education. It enables the users to take online tests in a secure environment. Users just need to log on their accounts and they can take practice and training tests.
Windows Secure Browser is a program that enables students to access tests in a secure environment. You can use keyboard commands to select options on the pages prior to your test or on pop-up messages that appear during your test. It offers you options available for each area of a test page.
The first time you run the application, Tomcat is automatically copied to your application Storage Directory from where the AIR application starts it. Features: - Tighter communication with Java code using BlazeDS locally as a way to directly invoke methods on remote Java classes. - Provide an offline mode for an application that closely mimics the online infrastructure.