Accessibility on the website
You can choose to have the content of our webpages or PDF-files read aloud to you by Browsealoud, and save the pages read as MP3 files. Browsealoud also allows you to change the font size and text colour, and customise other settings.
Browsealoud is free software that can be used on smartphones, tablets and laptops. You don't need to download the programme to your own device first.
Click on the link below to activate Browsealoud for this website. You can also activate Browsealoud by clicking 'Listen' on the very top of our webpages.
Links on this website
When you click on a link on this website it will, as a rule, open in the same window, regardless of whether the link takes you to an external website or to another Lund University website. However, when you click on a link to a document, it will open in a separate tab. In cases where we link to documents on external webpages, we try to explain whether the link will open in the same window or in a new tab. We strive to make our linking as consistent as possible and we apologise for any inconsistencies you might experience.
Website accessibility and optimisation
Lund University places strong emphasis on ensuring that as many people as possible are able to access the information on this website. We strive to follow the guidelines drawn up by the Agency for Digital Government (DIGG) and the guidelines of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) by the organisation W3C.
The work to optimise this website from an accessibility perspective is a continual process. Needs and wishes vary in line with the development and improvement of new aids and software such as web browsers. Furthermore, there is no consensus on the best way to design a website to optimise accessibility. We strive to ensure that accessibility is continually discussed and developed at Lund University.