The University of St Michael’s College website has been developed to ensure content is available to the widest possible audience, including readers using assistive devices or accessibility features.
Most browsers support site-defined keyboard access for specified links.These are the access keys for the St Michael's College Website:
On many Windows: browsers press ALT + an access key
For Macintosh: press Control + an access key.
|1||Go to St Mike’s Home Page|
|2||Skip to Main Content|
|3||Go to Search Box|
All pages are written in HTML5 and use CSS for visual layout. If your browsing device doesn't understand stylesheets, the content will still be accessible.
Each page uses semantic markup. Headers are marked up with <h1>, <h2>, <h3> <h4> to logically structure the content. Users of the JAWS screenreader can skip between header tags using ALT+INSERT+1, ALT+INSERT+2, etc.
You may need to use plug-in applications in order to access or download some files on this site.
Adobe .pdf Documents(Portable Document Format).Before you can read them you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded free from the Adobe website
E-mail addresses generate an e-mail if an active e-mail package is installed on your computer.
External links will be opened in a new browser window to allow you to switch between the University of St Michael’s College website and the newly opened page.