- We have designed the site to work well with assistive technologies such as screen readers.
- All pages on the site meet level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) accessibility standards.
- We are committed to working with experts and users to ensure we identify problems relating to accessibility and provide solutions.
- We welcome comments, questions and suggestions about accessibility from all our users – send us your feedback!
To ensure all our users have the best possible experience we will always:
- Use an easy-to-read font
- Write in plain English, avoiding jargon
- Use clear, descriptive link text
- Use text equivalents (alt tags and tooltips) for the majority of images and links
- Provide simple, consistent site navigation
- Provide a breadcrumb trail on all pages to show the path from the homepage to the current page
- Use html heading tags to convey page structure
- Include a site search box on each page (a course-specific search is included in the courses section)
- Provide a sitemap
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, please contact us.