ProQuest is committed to providing all our users with a fully accessible experience for research, teaching and learning. We make every effort to ensure that our platforms can be used by everyone. ProQuest platforms aim to meet Level AA of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act for features and functions. For more detailed information about the accessibility of specific products, please refer to our Accessibility Directory.
The accessibility of ProQuest platforms is a continual effort at ProQuest. Accessibility standards are built into our design and style guides and included as part of requirements in our software development and quality assurance pipeline.
ProQuest regularly checks for accessibility using a range of automated and manual checks, including but not limited to:
Accessibility of our tools and content is an ongoing effort at ProQuest. We’re committed to working with the community to ensure we continue to meet our customers’ needs. A list of our ongoing efforts includes:
If you have difficulty accessing specific ProQuest content or features with adaptive technology, you can contact us using the links provided below. Our support services are available to accommodate the communication needs of end users with disabilities. We will work with you to identify the best option for remediation, subject to content licensing restrictions and technical capability.