The School of Advanced Study, University of London, aims to make its facilities and resources as fully accessible as possible.
If you are experiencing difficulty viewing or obtaining information from this website, please email its manager to request alternative formats.
This site has been developed to ensure that its content is available to the widest possible audience, including readers using assistive technology or accessibility features.
- The pages on this website are printer-friendly.
- This site uses a CSS. For optimal viewing, we recommend that you use a browser with CSS2 support. Even If your browser or browsing device does not support style sheets, the content of each page should still be readable.
- All text uses relative font sizes so text can be enlarged or reduced using the text size options available in visual browsers.
- All informational images contain an ALT tag and decorative images are either relegated to the CSS document or have a null ALT attribute.
Changing the text size from your browser
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- Internet Explorer 5.x and above: select View | Text Size from the browser's menu bar. You can also select Tools | Internet Options | Accessibility | Ignore fonts.
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- Opera: press the + or - (minus) key on your number pad.
Standards compliance is an integral part of creating functional and accessible websites.
- This site complies as far as possible with the recognised Web content accessibility standards set by the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and CAST.
- We aspire to ensure that all pages are level A compliant, which means that no users should find it impossible to access their content. The majority of check points meet level AA.
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