UTS' objective is for this site to be understandable regardless of any disability or impediment, providing as far as possible the same experience for all.
The site has been designed for usability and accessibility. It has been developed using guidelines incorporating the recommendations of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), the accepted worldwide standard.
Content should be obtainable and functional in current generation browsers and assistive technologies.
To assist some readers to navigate the site, each page contains:
- a skip to content link, to move directly to the beginning of the page content, and
- a skip to navigation link, to move to the page navigation links, to the site index, site map, staff directory, news, events and contacts.
Using a modern browser that supports web standards ensures that the site's full visual experience is available. Consider upgrading your browser if you are using an older technology.
If you encounter any problems accessing any part of this site, contact the UTSWeb Team.