Accessibility for our digital services

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Accessible digital services

We want you to be able to use our services in your own way.

Inclusive digital services

Help using our website

Accessibility statements

Our accessibility statements will help you get the best from our services, offering advice on using the site, and listing the known accessibility issues.

How’re we doing?

New content is published all the time, so please let us know if you spot any issues or have feedback: webmaster@kent.ac.uk

Convert files to alternative formats

Convert PDFs, images and other files into another format, such as:

  • Convert images into real text
  • Convert audio into text
  • Convert text to audio
  • Also convert content into e-book, audio, braille etc

Convert files now (using SensusAccess)

Study your way: choose how you consume content

Assistive software recommendations

Ever tried text to speech, or any other assistive software? For assistive software recommendations, use our Software finder tool.  

Make your content accessible

Digital accessibility principles are relevant to you if you produce any of the following:

  • Documents (Word, PowerPoint, PDF, Excel etc)
  • Images 
  • Videos
  • Podcasts
  • Blogs
  • Web pages
  • Online systems (text and design)

Use our accessible content guides to make sure your content meets accessibility standards.

Why having accessible content matters