What is web accessibility?
The Internet’s capacity to facilitate communication should be available to everyone. Web accessibility means:
- removing obstacles that might prevent people with a disability from accessing information online,
- enabling websites to function with assistive and innovative technologies,
- ensuring that websites can be accessed on lower speed Internet connections or with older technologies.
We are constantly striving to improve the usability and accessibility of the IMI website and invite your feedback and comments. If you have any issues with the accessibility of this site, please contact us.
Options for different browsers
The browser that you use will normally have its own accessibility options or free downloads to increase your accessibility options and improve your browsing experience.
Each page of the IMI website is printer friendly.
The content of this website has been extrapolated as much as possible from the presentational and event code in order to make it as meaningful and ingestible as possible.
Flash and 3rd party plug-ins
Wherever Flash or other 3rd party technologies have been used on this website, additional care has been taken to ensure that the content is fully accessible. This content has been tested across the full range of input devices and assistive technologies and, where a plug-in is not installed on your computer, alternative content has been made available.
All of the video on this website that contains narration and/or vocal audio has been subtitled and closed-captioned for those with specific aural or visual needs.
If you are experiencing difficulty navigating this site or can’t find the information you need, please contact us.