Updated: August 2021
From test prep to professional exam review courses, Wiley Efficient Learning’s (WEL) personalized career tools help learners to grow no matter where they are on their career paths. We are committed to the goal of ensuring accessibility in our digital products and are actively investing in WEL to make it accessible for all.
We measure accessibility according to the standards set by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA and Section 508.
We’ve partnered with TetraLogical, a leader in accessibility consultancy, to evaluate and regularly audit our product’s accessibility. We follow the born-accessible principle for all new feature/functionality releases and include accessibility requirements into all development efforts—content, product functionality, UX, training, etc.
A full summary of our product’s overall level of compliance is detailed in our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT). Key support features include:
WEL products also leverage several strategic partnerships with companies who are firmly committed to accessibility.
Wiley has a team of accessibility experts who are here to help you.
To request a copy of our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) and accessibility roadmap, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Improvements are made throughout the year, and audits are conducted on a yearly basis to reflect our commitment to accessibility. The VPAT and roadmap are updated after each audit.
Should you require further help, Wiley offers a number of answers to the most common accessibility questions through our WEL Accessibility FAQs. Alternatively, support and accommodation questions can be directed to Wiley Efficient Learning Customer Support.
At Wiley, our mission has always been to empower our customers to achieve success in both their educational and professional careers. That notion of customer empowerment is based on the guiding principle that learning must be accessible for all. Accessible products ensure that all learners and educators have equal access to information, learning tools, and functionality regardless of ability or situation.
Wiley is a founding member of the AccessText Network, and a member of the Association of American Publisher’s Critical Issues Task Force, the IMS Global Learning Consortium, and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Each initiative aims to streamline the delivery of accessible content to learners with disabilities. Wiley also continues to invest in the future of accessible products through ongoing research, development, and training. By keeping pace with accessibility requirements, Wiley can continue to provide high-quality content for every type of learner.