Declaration on Accessibility
The Technische Hochschule Lübeck together with the Institute for Interactive System (ISy) strives to make its website accessible in accordance with national legislation implementing Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council. This accessibility statement (as of 01.04.2022) applies to the version of this website currently accessible on the Internet (www.th-luebeck.de/isy), but not to other websites and subdomains. This website will be revised on an ongoing basis. Among other things, the website refers to online offers of the platform www.futurelearnlab.de. There, a large number of online modules are freely accessible via a Moodle learning platform. We take particular care to ensure that new online offerings are as barrier-free as possible.
Which areas are not barrier-free?
Partial areas that are not barrier-free:
- Partly videos. Most videos have YouTube's automatic subtitles.
- Videos. For newly posted videos, we try to add audio description as soon as possible after publishing.
- Partly PDF documents. Due to the large number of documents, these will be gradually revised to be barrier-free. PDF files posted later will be created in an accessible version or gradually replaced by such a version.
- Quotations. Not all pages contain citations marked with the HTML structure element Citations.
- Usability of the website via keyboard.
- Some limitations may exist due to the learning space management system used.
Report a barrier! Feedback on accessibility
The State Commissioner for People with Disabilities has a complaints office in accordance with § 12 LBGG. The Complaints Office has the task of resolving conflicts between people with disabilities and public agencies of the state.
You can call in the Complaints Office if you are not satisfied with the answers you receive from the above-mentioned contact option. The goal is not to find winners or losers. Rather, the goal is to find a solution to a problem together and out of court with the help of the Complaints Office.
The complaints procedure is free of charge. You also do not need legal counsel.
You will find all the information you need about the complaints procedure on the Complaints Office website . There you can read how a complaint procedure works.
Address of the complaints office
Complaints Office under the Equal Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities Act at the State Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities.
Phone: 0431 988-1620