The UTSA Libraries web team is constantly working to improve accessibility of the library website, be it for persons using assisted technologies, or to improve usability in general. We work to comply with state and federal law regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requiring that facilities and websites are useful and navigable to all persons regardless of their abilities. We also follow UTSA’s ADA standards.
This website was developed using the latest web standards in XHTML and CSS. Content has been written so that it has the proper hierarchy.
This website has been tested for errors using Aria WAVE software and is considered error free. In order to more consistently deliver a broad array of student and faculty services, UTSA Libraries may work with third party software vendors to supplement our online offerings. The compliance of these vendor’s services cannot be guaranteed - though there are efforts to help improve their products.
The UTSA Library website has implemented access keys to help ease the navigating experience. The following keys may be used to navigate directly to a page or the corresponding drop-down menu:
- About Menu drop-down
- Find Information drop-down
- Services drop-down
- Ask Us Anything
- Contact Us
- Search Library Website
Navigate using the tab key
In addition to Access Keys, we have implemented tabbed navigation for those who rely on keyboard input to browse websites.
The first order of tabbed navigation is the accessibility menu, followed by the top level of the libraries navigation menu. Following the menus, tabbing will then flow though the regular document content.
As we continually work to improve our website and facilities, we welcome your feedback - please let us know how we can improve.