We aim to comply with Level A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. We are continually making improvements to meet these guidelines, and our website has been designed with accessibility guidelines in mind.
Features that should increase our site’s accessibility include the following:
This is text that appears over images when our visitors’ cursor hovers over the image. The alternative text will not appear when an image is used for exclusively decorative purposes. Also, this alternative text is generally only visible when the browser's automatic image loading feature is turned off.
We try to write all text links so they make sense even when read out of context.
We try to restrict our color to decorative purposes, and do not relay information exclusively through color. Nonetheless, if you chose, you can use your web browser options to choose your own colors. How you do this will depend on which browser you are using:
These menus appear on the left-hand side of the website’s pages. Your screen reader can read this menu to you and provide access to the tools on this page.
Most of the documents on this site are in PDF format. If you do not already have a screen reader on your computer that allows you to open these, there are several free versions available on line. The most common one is Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free on the Adobe website(external link). Adobe also offers a free online tool for converting PDF documents to HTML or text.
In most browsers, you can easily increase of decrease the size of the text. How you do this will depend on what kind of computer you have.
|CTRL + +
|CTRL + -
|CTRL + 0
|CMD + +
|CMD + -
|CMD + 0
An alternative to changing the font size, as described above, is to change the resolution of the entire screen. Again, the process will depend on which sort of computer you are using:
If you have difficulty accessing the site or have any comments or feedback, please do not hesitate to contact us.