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Web Accessibility Policy

The ENS de Lyon pays particular attention to the quality of its websites. Our teams strive to improve the accessibility of the website content, according to the requirements of the Web accessibility standards WCAG-1.0 of the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)..

If you encounter a problem whilst visiting our website, or if you wish to make a suggestion on how we could enhance our site, please contact:

 

Reading Assistance

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Help with navigation

Main Logo

On all the pages, the main logo allows users, in just one click, to access to ENS de Lyon main website (www.ens-lyon.fr). Under the logo is a direct link to the home page of the current site.

Browse Menu

The main navigation menu enables users to access the sections and the main pages of the site.

On some pages, you can access subtopics and their contents through a secondary navigation menu.

Breadcrumb trail

On all pages of the website with the exception of the home page, a breadcrumb trail is displayed at the top of the main content, showing you where you are on the website’s tree structure.

It tells you the path from the home page to the current page and also allows you to go back to the tree structure through links.

Site Map

The Site Map is available on all pages of the site via a link in the footer. This site map gives you an overall view of the site's tree structure and helps go directly to the page or topic of your choice.

Keyboard Navigation

This site has been designed to allow keyboard navigation on all pages. In most cases, you just have to tap the TAB key on your keyboard to navigate successively from one clickable item to another clickable item on the page. If you want to go back in the opposite direction, use the SHIFT + TAB key combination.

 

Defender of Rights

If you encounter an accessibility problem stopping you from accessing site content or features, you report it and you fail to receive a swift response from us, you are entitled to address your complaint or officially refer the matter to the Defender of Rights. There are several means to do that

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