Digital Accessibility Statements

The Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No.2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 came into force on 23 September 2018. It aims to ensure public sector websites and mobile apps are accessible to all users, especially those with disabilities.

Consequently, an accessibility statement is required which clarifies the level of accessibility across the site or app. outlines any barriers, informs users of alternative routes to access and provides contact details to report any issues.

Here is a list of sites and services which have a compliant digital accessibility statement:

Websites

  1. Achiever
  2. Adobe Connect
  3. Annual Evaluation
  4. Apollo
  5. ASIS (EVision)
  6. Attendance Monitoring
  7. Box
  8. eMarketplace
  9. ePlacements
  10. Estates Online
  11. Heritage Quay
  12. iTrent (MyHR)
  13. LearnUpon
  14. Library Systems
  15. LinkedIn Learning
  16. Mindview
  17. MyCareer (TARGETconnect)
  18. MyHud (Website)
  19. MyReading
  20. Panopto (Lecture Capture)
  21. PeddlePad
  22. Planet eStream (UniTube)
  23. PURE
  24. Qualtrics
  25. SNOW (SAM)
  26. Sophos Mobile
  27. Timetabling (Scientia)
  28. TopDesk (HudHelp)
  29. Transparency Review
  30. Turnitin
  31. UniBuddy
  32. UniDesktop
  33. Unit4 (Agresso)
  34. VivUp
  35. Wisdom

Mobile Application

  1. Adobe
  2. Box Mobile App
  3. Glean
  4. MyHud (App)
  5. Sonocent Audio Notetaker
  6. UniBuddy

Microsoft 365

  1. Bookings

  2. Delve

  3. Excel

  4. Forms

  5. Lists

  6. OneDrive

  7. OneNote

  8. Outlook

  9. Planner

  10. Power Apps

  11. PowerPoint

  12. SharePoint

  13. Stream

  14. Sway

  15. Teams

  16. To Do

  17. Whiteboard

  18. Word