Our goal is to make this site accessible to people with disabilities and to provide equal access to all users. With that in mind, this site was designed to comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and is intended to be accessible to everyone. Features of the site include the following: simple and clear navigation; content written clearly and simply, and organized according to a logical hierarchy; optimization for viewing on modern browsers; pages viewable on multiple screens and resolutions; pages with a fixed structure; textual alternative (alt) for graphic elements; and no moving or blinking text.
We are always working to maintain and improve accessibility, and are committed to keeping the site equally and fully accessible to all users. Although we have made an effort to make all pages accessible, the possibility remains that an error may occur which causes some pages to not be fully accessible. If you come across any accessibility-related problems, we encourage you to let us know so that we can do our best to make the site better for you. You can e-mail any potential accessibility-related issues to us. Please include the following information so that we can better address your concerns. We will do our best to respond to inquiries as soon as possible, and to make the site accessible.
- · A description of the problem;
- · The action you were trying to take;
- · A link to the page you were on;
- · Your browser type and version;
- · Your operating system; and
- · If you were using any assisting technology, please include it.