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MERLOT II


    

Accessibility Info


Material:

Arts and Society

Contributed By:

Inma Alvarez

Accessibility Policy or Statement of Accessibility Support

Information not Available Accessibility policy of organization providing the online materials
Information not Available Statement of accessibility support
Information Available Other
URL: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/about/corporate/policies/disability_policy_staff_students_visitors.pdf

Text Access

Information not Available

Text Adjustment

This statement is true Text is compatible with assistive technology
This statement is true Allows the user to adjust the font size and font/background color (or is rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).

Reading Layout

This statement is true Text of the digital resource is compatible with assistive technology that allows the user to reflow the text by specifying the margins and line spacing (or is rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).
Information not Available If the digital resource is an electronic alternative to printed materials, the page numbers correspond to the printed material.
Information not Available This correspondence is also preserved when a reflow function is enabled.

Reading Order

This statement is true The reading order for digital resource content logically corresponds to the visual layout of the page when rendered by assistive technology.

Structural Markup/Navigation

This statement is true The text of the digital resource includes markup (e.g. tags or styles) that allows for navigation by key structural elements (chapters, headings, pages) using assistive technology (or is rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).
This statement is true The text of the digital resource includes markup for bullets and numbered lists that is compatible with assistive technology (or is rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).
Information not Available If the text of the digital resource is delivered within an ebook reader application, a method is provided that allows users to bypass the reader interface and move directly to the text content that is compatible with assistive technology.

Tables

This statement is true Data tables include markup (e.g. tags or styles) that identifies row and column headers in a manner that is compatible with assistive technology (or are rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).

Hyperlinks

This statement is true URLs (e.g. website or email addresses) within the text of the digital resource are rendered as active hyperlinks in a manner that allows them to be detected and activated with assistive technology (or are rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).

Color and Contrast

This statement is true All information within the digital resource that is conveyed using color is also available in a manner that is compatible with assistive technology. For example, when a table contains negative values, these values should be conveyed with a leading 'minus' character in addition to (or instead of) formatting them in red.
This statement is true The visual presentation of text and images of text in the digital resource has a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1.

Language

This statement is true Text includes markup that declares the language of the content in a manner that is compatible with assistive technology.
Information not Available If the digital resource includes passages in a foreign language, these passages include markup that declares the language in a manner that is compatible with assistive technology.

Images

This statement is true Non-decorative images have alternative text that is compatible with assistive technology (or is rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).
This statement is true Decorative images are marked with null alternate text or contain markup that allows them to be ignored by assistive technology.
Information not Available Complex images, charts, and graphs have longer text descriptions that are compatible with assistive technology (or are rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).

Multimedia

Information not Available

Flickering

This statement is true The digital resource content does not contain anything that flashes more than three times in any one second period.

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)

Information not Available

Interactive Elements

This statement is true Each interactive element (e.g. menu, hyperlink, button) and function (e.g. annotations) allows keyboard-only operation both with and without assistive technology.
Information not Available Each interactive element conveys information to assistive technology regarding the element's name, type, and status (e.g. "Play, button, selected").
Information not Available All instructions, prompts, and error messages necessary to complete forms are conveyed as text to assistive technology (or are rendered by an application such as a browser, media player, or reader that offers this functionality).