Epigeum, part of Oxford University Press, strives to make its website, platform, and content accessible to the widest possible audience.
With the help of our accessibility advisor, Wilma Alexander, we seek to adopt best practices, and adhere to accessibility guidelines in the development of our course material, with all programmes being compliant to level A or level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG).
We are engaged in a process of continuous improvement, and welcome your feedback. If you experience difficulty using our website or platform, or encounter any content or functions that you believe are not accessible, please provide us with feedback.
This policy statement covers the Epigeum website and Epigeum platform. Other Oxford University Press websites have their own accessibility policies.