Accessibility Statement

Accessibility features of the web version of this resource

The web version of APA Style for EAP has been designed with accessibility in mind by incorporating the following features:

  • It has been optimized for people who use screen-reader technology.
    • all content can be navigated using a keyboard.
    • links, headings, and tables are formatted to work with screen readers.
  • All images in this guide are described fully in the text, alt-tag or in an image description section for complex images.
  • Information is not conveyed by colour alone.
  • Pressbooks has built in features such as the ability to change font size.

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Known accessibility issues and areas for improvement

This book’s adapters have attempted to improve upon existing features from the original sources and improve these materials for all users.

While we strive to ensure that this resource is as accessible and usable as possible, we might not always get it right. Any issues we identify will be listed below. If you encounter issues with this text, please notify your Professor.

Location of Issue Need for Improvement Timeline Work Around
Getting Started – Examples and Templates brief guide to APA referencing [PDF] offered as an additional supplementary material is not accessible to screen readers.  – Utilize online APA for EAP or APA Syle website for reference.
Throughout the book Perfect-APA-format-L6-8 [Word] offered as an additional supplementary material is not accessible to screen readers. Compile descriptive text into a downloadable document.  Next update Descriptive text of the document is available in the main chapters of this book.
PDF version of book PDF version of book may not be fully accessible, as it was generated using Pressbooks export.


Accessibility standards

The web version of this resource has been designed to meet AODA requirements, along with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, level AA. In addition, it follows all guidelines in Appendix A: Checklist for Accessibility of the Accessibility Toolkit – 2nd Edition.

This statement was last updated on August 30, 2022.

Attributions & References

This information was adapted from “Accessibility statement” In Pressbooks Guide by BCcampus , licensed under CC BY 4.0. / Adapted to match the current OER with relevant deficiencies noted.


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