HTML accessible resources

HTML accessible resources

The AEDC is committed to making documents and other resources on this web site as accessible as possible, in conformance with WCAG 2.0 guidelines and other accessibility best practices.

Downloads that have been very recently added to this site are available in both PDF and in HTML. A list of the documents available as HTML appears at the bottom of this page.

For some other recent documents an HTML version is not currently available but an accessible text version (MS Word) is available and can be downloaded ​from the same ​location as the PDF resource. This illustration shows the download interface in this site's main Resources section:

Picture shows example of drop-down menu to access both PDF and accessible text version of documents in the site's resources download section.

For some ​older documents (e.g. ​historical AEDI resources) that are available from this site, the format or structure of some may not yet be accessible to WCAG 2.0 standards.

In the event that you use an assistive technology and/or need a version of ​any of these document in a more accessible format, please email support@aedc.gov.au.

Please tell us what format you need. It will also help if you let us know what assistive technology you use.​

AEDC documents available as HTML

The following web pages are accessible HTML versions of AEDC documents, available for download as PDF from the Resources page: