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Technology Requirements for Online Testing /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/Technology-Requirements_Summative_no-audio.pptx
Updated November 29, 2019

This training module is designed to help Technology Coordinators prepare for the administration of online tests.

Configurations, Troubleshooting, and Advanced Secure Browser Installation Guide for Chrome OS /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/19-20_NE_Configurations_Troubleshooting_and_Advanced_SB_Installation_for_ChromeOS_APPROVED_070519.pdf
Updated October 24, 2019
Configurations and Troubleshooting for Linux /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/19-20_NE_Configurations_and_Troubleshooting_for_Linux_APPROVED_070519.pdf
Updated July 11, 2019
Configurations, Troubleshooting, and Advanced Secure Browser Installation Guide for Mac /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/19-20_NE_Configurations_Troubleshooting_and_Advanced_SB_Installation_for_Mac_APPROVED_070519.pdf
Updated July 10, 2019
Configurations, Troubleshooting, and Advanced Secure Browser Installation Guide for Windows /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/19-20_NE_Configurations_Troubleshooting_and_Advanced_SB_Installation_for_Windows_APPROVED_070519.pdf
Updated July 10, 2019
Configurations for iOS Devices /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/19-20_NE_Configurations_for_iOS_iPadOS.pdf
Updated January 09, 2020

These operating system-specific manuals provide information about hardware, software, and network configurations for running various testing applications provided by American Institutes for Research (AIR). These publications are intended for technology coordinators responsible for configuring the hardware, software, and network in a school’s online testing environment. You should be familiar with the following concepts:

  • Networking—Bandwidth, firewalls, whitelisting, and proxy servers.
  • Configuring operating systems—Control Panel in Windows, System Preferences in OS X, Settings in iOS, and the Linux command line.
  • Configuring web browsers—Settings in Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer

These manuals also guide users in installing the AIR Secure Browser for their devices. The secure browser is a web browser for taking online assessments. The secure browser prevents students from accessing other computer or Internet applications and from copying test information.

Quick Guide for Setting Up Your Online Testing Technology /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/19-20_ELPA21_Quick_Guide_for_Setting_Up_Your_Online_Testing_Technology_APPROVED.pdf
Updated July 10, 2019

This document contains basic technology requirements for online testing using American Institutes for Research’s (AIR) systems for the current test administration.

This document contains the following sections:

  • Setting up the test administrator workstation
  • Setting up student workstations
  • Configuring your network for online testing
AIRWays Reporting Brochure and FAQ /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/ELPA21_AWR-Brochure_NE.pdf
Updated September 18, 2019

The AIRWays Reporting Brochure and FAQ provides an introduction to the enhanced reporting system and answers to commonly asked questions.

Domain Exemption Guidance /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/Domain-Exemption-Guidance.pdf
This document provides guidance on student domain exemptions on the ELPA21 tests. 
Operating System Support Plan for Test Delivery System 2019-2020 /core/fileparse.php/3694/urlt/ELPA21_Operating_System_Support_Plan_for_Test_Delivery_System.pdf
Updated July 10, 2019
This document describes the plan for supporting operating systems during the upcoming test administration and following years. This plan helps schools manage operating system deployments based on the support timelines.