Accessibility

The Royal Institution of Great Britain is committed to implementing all necessary reasonable steps to make this website accessible to everyone.

The website has been built to conform to WCAG 2.0 level AA wherever possible, although multi-media content may conform to a lower standard. Our aim is to provide text-based transcripts and closed captions alongside the majority of Ri-produced videos.

Using the Site

The site’s text size can be adjusted according to your preferences via options in your browser's 'View' or 'Page' menu.

This can also be done via your keyboard:

  • PC users: Select 'Ctrl' and '+' or '–'
  • Mac Users: Select 'Cmd' and '+' or '–'

The following online resources are available to help you change your browser settings:

You must have Javascript enabled in your browser to view the site.

Some of the resources on the website are available to view or download in Portable Document Format (PDF). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read PDF files, which can be downloaded for free from the Adobe website.

Navigation

To help you navigate around the website, a site map is provided and a search box is available on every page.

Browser compatibility

The site has been designed to work on the majority of website browsers including: 

These browsers can be downloaded and upgraded for free by clicking the links above. It is important to keep your browser up to date in order to get the best user experience. 

Tell us what you think

We value your feedback on your experience of using the website. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding accessibility, please contact us at richannel@ri.ac.uk.

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