Accessibility on the VIS website and Research Catalogue

We are constantly striving to improve the accessibility of the VIS website. If you discover problems that are not described on this page, please let us know that the problem exists.

The expositions in VIS have been created with the help of the Research Catalogue (read more above). The Research Catalogue offers the researcher an online platform in which sound, images, video and text can be combined in an integrated format for presentation, and in which the visual disposition and the focus on different media formats can be decided by the author herself/himself. Due to this multi-media publication format, the expositions in VIS are not compliant with all of the the accessibility requirements.

Contact us if you need content from the expositions that are not available to you. Depending on the exposition's complexity, we can provide you with a pdf version of it. Text content, images and videos can also be transformed into a more accessible form.

Please send an email to with other issues regarding accessibility.