Liverpool John Moores University is committed to making its website and the material provided on it accessible to as many people as possible. We have attempted to follow relevant standards and good practice for accessibility and usability whilst developing the University website, including the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
We are engaged with third parties who undertook an independent accessibility review of our main website. We have received the report and are currently creating a roadmap, based on a prioritisation criteria provided by the third parties. Remediation will be in two phases, the first will be a suite of fixes to resolve issues that can be easily sorted. The second phase will be to move to an upgraded platform that enables the university to manage and provide accessible experiences longer term. (Next review September 2022).
In the meantime, please contact us if you are experiencing any difficulties accessing information on the website or if you need information in a different format, please contact our Brand Manager.
Adjusting text size
You can increase or reduce the text size by using your browser's zoom function. On most browsers: pressing the Control and + keys together will increase the size of the page and pressing the Control and - keys together will decrease the size of the page. Pressing the Control and 0 keys together will return the page size to the original.
On a Macintosh computer, you should use the 'Command' key instead of 'Control' in these combinations. If this does not work on your browser, please consult your browser's help pages, or consult one of the websites which specialise in showing you the best way to adjust your computer to suit you.
Web browser support
We have made every effort to ensure this website is cross-platform and cross-browser compatible. However, older browsers may not be fully supported. We encourage users of this website to upgrade to the latest version of their chosen web browser, this will not only enhance the user experience of this site but websites in general.
Useful tools for accessibility
AbilityNet has advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability. There are some useful guides to individual adjustments you can make to your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone to make it easier to use
- Microsoft Accessibility Tools
Microsoft provides a range of accessibility tools, please visit Microsoft's Accessibility Technology and Tools website
- Assistive technology for LJMU students
The University provides assistive technologies for accessible learning, visit our IT webpages for further information
- Facilities, software and support for disabled users
Information and assistance for LJMU library users.
If you need any information from the website in different formats, please contact us: email@example.com.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is responsible for enforcing the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (the ‘accessibility regulations’). If you’re not happy with how we respond to your complaint, contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).
We try to make our website as user-friendly as possible and are constantly looking to improve accessibility and user experience. We would, therefore, welcome your comments and suggestions.
This statement was last updated on 23 July 2021.