Accessibility on MUSE
Compliance to Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, and EN 301 549 Accessibility is measured by the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT 2.4). All content on MUSE operates under the specifications in the attached VPAT.
Personalized Reading Experience
Project MUSE allows users to personalize their reading experience on the platform via user settings
including high contrast mode and dark mode. These features are available to all users, and those with MyMUSE accounts
may save these settings for automatic application whenever using the platform while logged in to their account.
Free Document Readers
You may download free document readers from the following links.
External Application Compliance
The document readers above are not under Project MUSE's control, and we can't affect their level of accessibility. The links listed below will bring you to their parent company's compliance documentation where you can be better informed about their practices and dedication to accessibility for their users.
If you find something on MUSE that is not accessible, please enter the information below so we can address the issue.
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