Fonts Policy (0304P6)
Status: Lapsed | Zone: Equality
Passed: 15/06/2009 |
This policy was discussed at the following meetings:
- Education and Welfare Committee of the 29 April 2004 recommendation to council
- Recommendations to the University of the SUSU Fonts Working Group of 2003/4
- The following research:
Shaw A Print for Partial Sight. The Library Association. 1969
Silver J H, Gill J M & Wolffson J S W Text Display Preferences on Self-Service Terminals by Visually Disabled People. Optometry Today, Vol 35:2, 30 January 1995, Pp 24-27.
ITC Guidance on Standards for Subtitling Independent Television Commission, May 1997. Mehr E B, Frost A B & Apple L E, Experience with Closed Circuit Television in the Blind Rehabilitation Programme of the Veterans Administration. Am. J. Optom. June 1973. 458-469.
The Disability Discrimination amendment Act 2000, referring to all public bodies.
- That the Union should make all efforts possible to ensure it is open and accessible to all of its members
- That even those members who do not wish to sit on a committee within the Union are entitled and encouraged to read relevant minutes and reports
- That the Union has a duty to promote awareness amongst its members of the activities
- That all reports, minutes, agendas and other papers (not including communications with external organisations and publications) should from now on be standardised in Tiresias info font where available
- That where Tiresias is not available or where documents are circulated by email as Microsoft word attachments Tahoma should be used
Sorry, there are no Mandates for this policy