Here's a site map for screenreader
We want lots of different people to be able to enjoy this
resource, so we've spent time thinking about how to make it
easy to use.
We are working to ensure this website will be readable by
people who use screenreader programs. Interactive parts of
the site were built using Flash MX software, so that readers
using assistive technology can begin to access this content
in a meaningful way.
As well as that, the links, letters and colours of the pages
should be easily readable if you have impaired vision.
This site is designed in HTML 4.1 transitional. It uses CSS1
stylesheets to control the format and appearance of fonts.
The site should be level A compliant to the WAI accessibility
The site authors have tried to make the site language accessible,
by using plain English where possible, and offering a glossary
The project has been built to conform with NOF-digital accessibility
standards, consistent with other publicly-funded sites in
the museum, library and archive sector. It is intended to
meet W3C and RNIB accessibility standards.