The Library web site has been developed to meet the accessiblilty criteria and guidelines of WCAG 1.0 and WCAG 2.0 ( Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 and 2.0). The catalogue section of the site has been developed by our database vendor, Civica.
If you have difficulty accessing any part of the site, please let us know. Phone 9560 1655 (Glen Waverley) or send an email to email@example.com.
If you have difficulty with the size of the print on the page you can alter it.
In Internet Explorer look for the View menu at the top of the browser window and click on it choose the option of a larger size. In Firefox and Safari also under the View option you can use Zoom for the purpose.In Google Chrome, use the spanner tool at right top and then choose Zoom
There are shortcut ways to alter the text size too.In Macintosh use shortcut - Command+ and in Windows - Ctrl++
Some documents can be provided only in pdf format for copyright or other reasons. Free pdf reader software can be downloaded from the adobe site. Where possible, we provide information that is in pdf, in a web page or alternate format as well. Please see the Librarian if you require a printed copy.
A list of accessible services and resources at each branch e.g. JAWS, Touch Screens etc.