Information and Communications
Pearson Canada is committed to meeting the communication needs of people with disabilities. We will consult with people with disabilities to determine their information and communication needs.
Pearson Canada will take the following steps to make all new websites and content on those sites conform to WCAG 2.0, Level A by January 1, 2014:
- Our websites are WCAG 2.0 Level A compliant and all new content will consider accessibility.
Pearson Canada will take the following steps to make ensure existing feedback processes are accessible to people with disabilities upon request by January 1, 2015:
- Our feedback received through email@example.com and through all other means is reviewed and actioned upon by the appropriate department.
- Feedback is accepted in person, by phone, by email and in written formats.
Pearson Canada will take the following steps to make sure all publicly available information is made accessible upon request by January 1, 2016:
- Accessible formats can be requested of any publicly available policy, procedure or information.
- Our Publishing team will review product accessibility with new products and will provide accessible formats on request by any teaching institution that may use this as a learning material.
- Our Publishing team with work with AERO to assist with managing a repository of accessible documents used for learning.
- Pearson Canada's internal Accessibility team will develop the necessary evaluative expertise to provide guidance to our vendors and content development stakeholders in order to ensure our products are compliant and accessible to users with disabilities. See the Pearson Canada Accessibility Roadmap (see Appendix A) for more details.
Pearson Canada will take the following steps to make all websites and content conform to WCAG 2.0, Level AA by January 1, 2021:
- Our Website team will ensure that our website updates and content meet WCAG level AA compliance by 2021.