ASE and UCL, with their strong commitment to excellence in teaching,
research and archaeological practice seek to offer a first class
service to all, including those with disabilities.
Many websites contain significant barriers to access by not considering
disabled users in the design phase. The ASE website has followed
a number of key guidelines - particularly the Web Content Accessibility
Guidelines to ensure that the website is accessible as possible.
Simple use of layout tables which still allow content to read
when the tables are linearised or displayed in a simple browser
such as Lynx.
All images contain an alternative textual rendering.
Use of style sheets to separate content from display.
Appropriate use of HTML tags.
The website meets Bobby Approval at Level 1 and adopts many of
the recommendations at Levels 2 and 3.