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Visitors with Disabilities

If you are blind, visually impaired or need to navigate by voice , screen reader or other assistive technologies, please deploy them now and enjoy this site.
In addition if you do not have any of these softwares, here’s some suggestions;
1. Non Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free open source screen reader for Microsoft windows operating systems which provides synthetic speech for blind or vision impaired people to access computers.It can be used directly from a USB stick, making it ideal for students.

2. If you have a Mac use Voice Over , includes options to magnify, keyboard control and verbal descriptions in English to describe what is happening on the screen. It also reads aloud file content, web pages, email messages and word processing files.
Other options I have found ( free) are Google Chrome Chrome V and Emac Speak.