90px-Disability symbols.svgAnaheim University subscribes to the theory of Lernfreiheit, the freedom to learn for all, regardless of circumstances. The University is currently conducting research into how the University's website can be improved for those who are either visually or hearing impaired, or for other students who may require assistive technology in order to enhance their learning experience. Residential on-campus sessions are held in buildings equipped with handicapped facilities.

Committed to meeting the educational needs of a diverse and global student body of mature professionals through academic programs of the highest quality and in line with our student-centered philosophy, Anaheim University seeks to make higher education accessible to qualified students worldwide through both online and on-campus study.

Anaheim University is using adaptive technologies to allow visitors to access Anaheim University website content. These technologies include a screen reader that allows people to make the letters on the page larger or smaller, change the screen color and contrast, and reads aloud the text on the screen. Full support for access keys is available, so that users can control reading using a keyboard following WCAG specifications. By using accesskeys, users can control both the screen reader and font size buttons.

Anaheim University's website is currently under construction and is being developed to include the following features for making Web content more accessible according to WCAG 2.0 (Section 508).

  • Page navigation by keyboard - users don’t need to use a computer mouse to navigate through the relevant sections of the website. A keyboard will be enough.
  • Skipping to the next Menu items is possible with the Tab key, so users can can quickly move through the page
  • Avoidance of animated elements (for people suffering from epilepsy), stable graphics, and no garish animated effects
  • Understandable links - the description of a link clearly indicates what it refers to
  • High contrast mode: ensures optimal readability of the text ( Black/White Mode, Black/Yellow Mode, Yellow/Black Mode)
  • Night mode - lets users avoid eyestrain
  • Width switcher (fixed/fluid) adjusts the width of the screen to fit the user’s needs
  • Font size switcher (3 degrees of font size, which are fixed as a percentage)
  • A screen reader that reads aloud the text either of the entire page or selected portions of the page

Anaheim University was founded in Orange County, California in 1996. The University is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC). The DETC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally-recognized accrediting agency. Anaheim University and its programs have been examined and found to meet the educational and business ethics standards set by the DETC Accrediting Commission. The Accrediting Commission of the DETC is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

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