NC LIVE is committed to providing a resource that is accessible for all users, including those with disabilities. All of the pages on nclive.org are Section 508 compliant and conform with the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines at level AA.
Our Content Providers
Please note that NC LIVE selects and licenses resources based on the information needs of its users, from a variety of providers whose interfaces may, or may not, fully comply with the W3C and Section 508 guidelines. The NC LIVE resource selection process gives preference to content vendors who provide compliant interfaces when the products being considered are equivalent. The information below summarizes what our current content vendors have or have not done to meet accessibility requirements in their web interfaces:
|Alexander Street Press||Section 508 Compliant- contact email@example.com for more information|
|CQ Press||Accessibility Information|
|EBSCOhost||Accessibility Information for EBSCO Interfaces|
|Gale||Electronic Product Accessibility Policy|
|InfoUSA||VPAT (MS Word .doc)|
|McGraw-Hill||Accessibility Statement (PDF)|
|NC LIVE Video Collection||VPAT (PDF)
|OCLC||OCLC Section 508 Accessibility Template|
|ProQuest||Accessibility for ProQuest Interfaces|
|Recorded Books||Accessibility Statement (PDF)|
|Sanborn Maps||Not Compliant|
NC LIVE provides information resources for library patrons, students, and educators from the four NC LIVE communities of interest. Most of the electronic resources available in the NC LIVE collection are subject to licenses that govern their access and use. In accordance with the fair use provisions of the copyright law, NC LIVE users may search, view, and browse these resources; and may print or download excerpts of reasonable quantity for educational or scholarly purposes. Commercial use and systematic or excessive downloading, copying, or distributing of information are prohibited. Users are individually responsible for compliance with these terms.
Automatic Data Collection
When a visitor requests a page of information from a web site, information about the request is automatically stored in a log file. This information includes the address of the computer making the request (the Internet address, not the street address), the time and date of the request, the type of web browser being used, and sometimes, the page from which the visitor is coming. The information does not contain the visitor's name or e-mail address, since the visitor's browser does not provide this information to the web server. The NC LIVE server site staff analyze these log files to learn about how visitors use the content on the site. This information is used to allocate resources effectively, to provide statistics reports, and ultimately to improve the content of our site.
For information on protecting your personal information both on- and off-line, see the Federal Trade Commission's privacy pages. The Electronic Privacy Information Center also has news and resources on online privacy.