The virtual learning environment of the CORE project seeks to ensure digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We continually improve the user experience and apply appropriate accessibility standards.
Digital accessibility refers to designing the ability of a website, mobile application, and environments such that individuals with disabilities or sensory impairments can easily navigateand understood successfully use the device or product.
Known accessibility issues
Users may still encounter some issues with the site. The following is a description of known accessibility issues. If you find an issue on this site that is not listed, please contact us.
Some videos lack subtitles.
Some videos and audio on our website does not have the required transcriptions available. The regulations don't require us to publish fully accessible video and audio content until new content is created after September 2020.
Some images lack text description.
Missing alt text on images
Using different level headers: The order and nested titles of h1, h2, h3, and h4 should be corrected for accessibility.