This accessibility statement applies to the Stud.IP installation (4.6) at https://studip.uni-halle.de of the Martin Luther University
As a public body within the meaning of Directive (EU) 2016/2102, we strive to make our websites and mobile applications accessible in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Disability Equality Act (BGG) and the Barrier-Free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV 2.0) implementing Directive (EU) 2016/2102.
The accessibility requirements result from §§ 3 paragraphs 1 to 4 and 4 of BITV 2.0, which was issued on the basis of § 12d BGG.
The review of compliance with the requirements is based on
an assessment carried out by Materna Information & Communications SE in the period from the end of January to the beginning of February 2021. The benchmark for the test is EN 301 549 and the A and AA status of WCAG 2.1. The requirements of WCAG 2.1 (conformance levels A and AA) were tested using the 60 test steps of the BITV/WCAG test.
The check refers to Stud.IP release 4.6.
This Stud.IP installation is not fully compliant with the accessibility regulations that apply to us. In detail:
Heading hierarchies are not fully respected on some pages.
In some cases, there are no, incorrect or insufficient alternatives for images, control elements and graphical elements.
Graphics and control elements lack correct markup in some cases, so that they cannot be correctly detected by assistance systems.
The language in alternative texts is sometimes specified in English without the language change being correctly marked.
List entries, tables (columns) and forms are sometimes not correctly labeled.
The visible order of page elements sometimes differs from the order in the source text.
The minimum requirement for contrasts is not met everywhere.
The keyboard control is not fully usable.
The home page lacks the provision of explanations about the website in plain language and in German sign language.
In addition, content posted by users, e.g. PDFs or videos, may have barriers.
Stud.IP is currently being revised with regard to accessibility. The following measures to reduce barriers are expected to be included in the release of Stud.IP 5.1 and 5.2:
Attributes and alternative texts are added and corrected so that screen readers can correctly interpret buttons, links, controls and graphics and output appropriate texts.
The hierarchies of headings and order of page elements are revised/corrected.
Language mark-ups will be standardized.
List entries, tables (columns) and forms will be labelled correctly and linked in a meaningful way.
A possibility to change the contrast is implemented.
The keyboard control is corrected.
Action menus and accordion elements are revised.
Responsive navigation will be improved.
This statement was created on 7/23/2022 and last updated on 12/19/2022.
Would you like to report existing barriers or request information on implementing accessibility? For your feedback as well as all further information use the feedback form
If no satisfactory solution has been found even after your feedback to the above contact, you can turn to the conciliation body pursuant to Section 16 BGG. The BGG conciliation body is tasked with supporting out-of-court dispute resolution in the event of conflicts on the topic of accessibility between people with disabilities and federal public agencies. The conciliation procedure is free of charge. No legal counsel needs to be involved. For more information on the conciliation procedure and how to submit an application, please visit: www.schlichtungsstelle-bgg.de. If you have reported a barrier to us and we have not given you an answer that is satisfactory from your point of view after one month, you can complain to the ombudsman's office of the state of Saxony-Anhalt. TheOmbudsman's Office tries to reach an agreement. The aim is to work together to break down existing barriers.Report barrier