Intellect is committed to ensuring our work is accessible to as many people as possible. We try to adopt current best practices and we are working towards full compliance with level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG).
Our website has been trialled and tested to ensure accessibility and we welcome any feedback on user experiences. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any suggestions.
Most modern web browsers offer the ability to customize settings such as font size. To find out more about your browser’s accessibility options, select it from the list below:
We provide text-alternative descriptions for many images used on our website.
Our website is built with a responsive design so that it will adapt itself according to the device and browser size that you are using.
Our products are created with accessibility in mind. We have these measures currently in place:
Print, ePDF and ePUB files are available for all our books. Books published from January 2018 onwards will be available in ePUB 3 format; books published prior to this will be available in ePUB 2.
Our eBooks are available on a variety of platforms, such as EBSCO, ProQuest, Bibliotech and VitalSource. EPUB Test is a great resource for accessibility information about your chosen platform and/or reading system.
We are working with RNIB Bookshare to make our content available to learners with disabilities. We currently upload titles on demand, and will be developing a direct upload feed for new titles from 2019.
We recommend using Adobe Digital Editions for reading ePUB and ePDF files. This it can be used on many different devices, and has good access support, including support for high contrast, screen readers, and keyboard shortcuts.
We have an action plan to improve the accessibility of our ePUB 3 files from Spring 2019. Our focus team are working towards:
- Alternative text for images in frontlist titles
- The ability to navigate tables of contents and reading order
- Correct mark up of headers, links, tables and lists
- Full accessibility metadata
- DRM-free eBooks on request
Print and ePDF files are available for all our journals.
Our journals are available online through IngentaConnect. Read IngentaConnect’s commitment to accessibility statement. ReadSpeaker’s TTS (text to speech) converter is available as an in-built feature across the Ingenta site.
We recommend using Adobe Digital Editions for reading ePDF files. This it can be used on many different devices, and has good access support, including support for high contrast, screen readers, and keyboard shortcuts. Read Adobe Digital Editions’ accessibility statement.
If you require further support please feel free to contact the accessibility team via Jessica Lovett (email@example.com).
If you would like more information or help with web accessibility, the BBC website My Web, My Way is an excellent resource.
This accessibility information was last updated on 1 January 2019.