Accessibility Training & Support
Support with creating Accessible web content
It is important you make your channels as accessible as possible in order to enable everyone to engage with the services and information you provide. Online experiences can vary hugely, and be impacted by visual conditions, conditions affecting motor skills, auditory difficulties and cognitive function. In this section we go through some of the most common accessibility issues on Haiku websites and give guidance on how to avoid them, or fix them.
You may also wish to read the University of Oxford guidance on digital accessibility.
View the Accessibility Statement for this website
Members of the Medical Sciences Divisional Office who wish to edit pages on the Medical Sciences Division website are required to attend a training session on website accessibility before editing access can be granted. If you would like to edit pages on the website, or would like a refresher on website accessibility, please contact Janice Young to book into a training session.