Site Accessibility

Site Accessibility Statement


The MSU Technology Store Help website,, meets the requirements set forth in Michigan State University's (MSU) Web Accessibility Guidelines.

General Information

In the development of the MSU Technology Store website, we have worked towards adding a significant number of accessibility features. These features complement the use of assistive technologies and help make the site usable for the broadest possible audience.

For assistance with the content and function of this site, please use the “Contact Us” link at the very bottom of every page. We also provide a link back to this Accessibility page at the bottom of each page. Persons using assistive devices should contact the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities for assistive technology assistance.

Users of the JAWS screen reader: Please be aware that JAWS is designed to work best with Internet Explorer. If you are using JAWS but have selected to use another browser, JAWS may not be able to take advantage of the accessibility features provided within this application.

Note: Once you navigate outside of this site, these accessibility features might not necessarily be implemented.


In the development of this site, we followed the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
For information about MSU's web accessibility policy, best practices, and related guidelines and resources, please visit

Access Keys

Most web browsers support linking to specific pages by typing named access keys:

Windows users:
Mozilla Firefox & Netscape: Press ALT + an access key.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: Press ALT + an access key + ENTER

Macintosh users:
Press CONTROL + an access key.

Links and Images

Images used in this site include a descriptive "ALT" attribute. Those images that are purely decorative or used for layout include a null "ALT" attribute.


Screen reader table functions within screen readers may be used on this site. The tables are properly coded to take advantage of these functions. Example: Using JAWS in Internet Explorer, use Control - ALT - Right Arrow to properly read a table with table headers.