The university reading list solution is administered by the library service on a platform run by Talis Education Ltd. Compliance with regulations is outlined in their web accessibility statement. Uasbility features include being able to:
They've also made website text as easy as possible to understand.
Talis policy is to meet, and - where possible - exceed the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG) at Level AA. The WCAG covers principles such as colour contrast, keyboard accessibility, text alternatives, as well as ensuring that content can be presented in different ways. A few examples of the ways they meet the WCAG are:
It is designed to be compatible with the latest and last-but-one major releases of screen readers, including:
Additionally, screen magnifiers and speech-recognition software can be used.
A more detailed look at accessibility in Talis Aspire can be found in their Voluntary Product Accessibility Template.
They also have an action plan which outlines how and when they will address any known issues.
If you find any accessibility problems or think Springshare is not meeting accessibility requirements, contact the Springshare Support Team.
If you experience difficulties with this website or require content in an alternative format, such as PDF, large print or audio recording please contact the library by: