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Accessibility Statement

The Digital Library pages are designed to conform to Level AA of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1.

For further details please also refer to the VPAT form (624kb downloadable PDF) IET_Digital_Library_VPAT_August_2021.pdf.

We aim to...

  • Create websites that are available to everyone including those with sight, hearing and motor impairment restrictions;
  • Ensure all text is easy to read while using colour combinations that provide reasonable contrast;
  • Ensure videos, imagery and graphics are not the sole way of providing information;
  • Ensure that navigation through our websites works in a coherent and consistent manner.

Do you need help with our content?

We periodically review web standards guidelines and improvements in the functionality offered by browsers to improve the accessibility of our website.

If you have difficulty in accessing the content of this site, please contact us and we will provide the information in an alternative format.

Further help

We recommend the use of modern browsers.

The following organisations provide useful guidance on how you can optimise viewing of web content:

You can also refer to your browser software or device supplier for help.

Please also refer to the general IET Accessibility statement.

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