Software applications available in the NIH Accessibility Testing Lab (NAT Lab)

Assistive Technology (to test for compatibility with the most commonly used assistive technology tools)

Screen Readers

    • JAWS 16, Professional – Screen Reader (Windows), with training material
    • NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) (Windows)
    • VoiceOver 3 (Mac)
    • Window Eyes 9.0 (Windows)

Screen Magnifiers

    • MAGic 13 (Screen Magnification Software with Speech) (Windows)
    • ZoomText 10– Screen Reader & Magnifier (Windows)

Speech Recognition Software

    • Dragon Dictate for Mac, 4.0 (Mac)
    • Dragon NaturallySpeaking, 13.0 (Windows)

Other Desktop, Publishing, and Accessibility-Formatting and Remediating Applications

​Mac-Compatible Applications

    • Accenture Client
    • Adobe Acrobat Professional XI for Mac
    • Adobe Captivate 8 for Mac
    • Microsoft Office Mac 2011

Windows Applications

    • Accenture Client
    • Adobe Acrobat Professional XI for PC
    • Adobe Captivate 8 for Windows – E-Learning authoring, including captioning
    • CC Movie Captioner (MovCaptioner) – video and multimedia captioning
    • CommonLook® PDF GlobalAccess Advanced
    • CommonLook® PDF GlobalAccess Standard
    • Lectora Inspire – eLearning development
    • MAGpie – video and multimedia captioning and audio-description
    • Microsoft Office 2013 (includes Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)
    • Telestream CaptionMaker – video and multimedia captioning

Internet Browsers

    • Firefox – PC and Mac
    • Google Chrome – PC and Mac
    • Internet Explorer – PC
    • Safari – Mac
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