The editors of the journal “Sacrum et Decorum. Materials and Studies in the History of Sacred Art”, published by the University of Rzeszów, are committed to ensuring the accessibility of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public institutions.
The accessibility statement applies to the website: https://sacrumetdecorum.pl/
Date of website publication: 2008-11-12
Date of last major update: 2021-11-17
Status of digital accessibility:
The website https://sacrumetdecorum.pl/ is partially compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public institutions due to the incompatibilities or exemptions listed below:
- links to downloadable articles do not include information on the format and size of the text,
- PDF files of publications on this website are not available digitally in their entirety,
- photographs and/or graphics used in articles have no alternative description.
The website has the following features for people with disabilities:
- high-contrast version,
- resizable text,
- visible focus,
- highlighted links.
The statement was prepared on: 2021-11-17
The statement was last reviewed and updated on: 2021-11-17
The declaration was prepared on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by the public sector body.
On the website https://sacrumetdecorum.pl/ standard browser keyboard shortcuts can be used.
Feedback and contact details:
Please report any problems with the accessibility of the website to the Secretary’s Office of the editorial board of the annual “Sacrum et Decorum” by email: email@example.com or by telephone: 17 872 20 98.
Please include the following information in your report:
- the full name of the person reporting the accessibility problem,
- the contact details (phone number, e-mail address) of that person,
- a description of the accessibility problem. (If the request is to receive the information by an alternative means of access, please specify the optimal way in which it should be presented.)
Handling accessibility requests and complaints:
Under the Act of 4 April 2019, anyone has the right to request that a digital website, mobile application or some element thereof be made accessible. You can also request that the information be made available by an alternative means of access, for example by reading a digitally inaccessible document, etc. We will respond to any request regarding accessibility issues within 7 days of its receipt.
If more time is needed to provide access, we will inform the applicant. We will also provide a deadline for processing the request. Under the Act, we have two months from the receipt of the application to correct errors and provide access.
If we are unable to ensure the digital availability of https://sacrumetdecorum.pl/ or its contents, we will offer access by alternative means.
Please also be advised that if you are dissatisfied with the results of our efforts to ensure digital accessibility of the website, mobile application or website element, you have the right to complain to the Ombudsman: https://www.rpo.gov.pl
• the editorial office of the annual “Sacrum et Decorum” is located in Room 35, on the second floor of Building C4 belonging to the Institute of Legal Studies of the University of Rzeszów, at pl. Ofiar Getta 4 in Rzeszów.
• there are two entrances to the building, one from pl. Ofiar Getta, without stairs; the other from the car park, with stairs. A wheelchair ramp is located in the lobby, connecting the lower ground floor with the upper ground floor, where the lecture rooms are situated,
• above the entrances there are no loudspeakers for an audio guidance system for the blind or visually impaired,
• the reception desk is located to the right of the main entrance – from pl. Ofiar Getta,
• entrances are not secured by gates,
• there is no lift in the building,
• there is one designated disabled parking space behind the building,
• there are no induction loops in the building,
• an assistance dog or a guide dog may enter the building and all its premises,
• there is no Braille signage in the building, nor is there any contrasting signage or signage in enlarged print for the blind or visually impaired,
• it is not possible to use a Polish Sign Language interpreter (PJM).