Web accessibility means engaging to allow people with disabilities to use the Web. Web accessibility also benefits people with "temporary disabilities", people using a slow Internet connection, people with changing abilities due to aging, people using alternative browsers and operating systems.
The pages on this web site have been designed and built according to the international guidelines for accessibility issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
AccessKeys allow the user to select certain links present on the page by a simple combination of keys.
To use access keys:
Windows users: press ALT + an access key. If you are using Internet Explorer, you may also need to press Enter.
Macintosh users: press Ctrl + an access key.
Firefox users: press ALT + shift