Tim Berners-Lee, director of W3C and inventor of the World Wide Web, defined Web accessibility as follows: “Making the Web and its services available to all individuals regardless of their hardware or software, their network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographical location, or their physical or mental aptitudes.”
Goals and limitations
This site has been developed so as to be conform to the international recommendations on accessibility (WCAG 2.0), level AA.
To this day, however, it has not been possible to match criterion 3.1.2 on the language of parts as far as the bibliographical records are concerned.
Reading aid of attached documents
You will find in the site downloadable PDF documents.
If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe website: Download Acrobat Reader. Download Acrobat Reader.
You can also transform PDF documents into classic HTML pages using the online conversion engine of Adobe; you need to copy the link to the PDF file and paste it in the field provided. This tool is available at the following address : http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/access_onlinetools.html.
Note that according to the complexity of the PDF document, the conversion obtained can be more or less satisfactory.