Accessibility

Pearson has made a commitment to make this website accessible for as many users as possible. thelearningcurve.pearson.com complies with recognised accessibility standards and has been built to conform with the Web Accessibility Initiative's (WAI) standards. The data used to create the data charts displayed on this website are free to download as a spreadsheet: [insert spreadsheet link here]

Access Keys

This website includes the following access keys:

  • 0 - Go to The Learning Curve homepage
  • 1 - Go to site map
  • 2 - Go to accessibility page (this page)

For detailed information on how to use access keys with your web browser, please see this Wikipedia article

Site Map

There is a site map which can help you navigate around the site.

PDFs

To view the PDFs on this site, please refer to the following information:

Click here to get Adobe PDF Reader.
Click here to find out more about Adobe PDFs and accessibility.
Click here for an online tool for converting PDFs to HTML.

Layout

This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout. Users can change the style sheets in their browsers to make viewing easier for their individual requirements. All pages on this site use structured semantic markup. This site uses relative font sizes, compatible with the user-specified "text size" option in visual browsers. If your browser or browsing device does not support stylesheets at all, the content of each page is still readable.

Colours and contrast

As an aid to readability we have tried to ensure a good level of contrast between text and background colours.

We offer a "high contrast" mode which can be turned on or off by clicking the "High contrast" link in the footer of any page on this website. Alternatively, on certain browsers you can override our design and use your own preferred colour scheme (you will need to consult your browser's help pages).

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