IEL is committed to making information accessible to everyone. Accordingly, every effort has been made to ensure the content of the IEL website is accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. The site complies with the U.S. Federal Government’s Section 508 guidelines and, in addition, the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0), Priorities 1 through 3. Multiple types of potential website users and multiple types of disabilities (e.g., visual disabilities, cognitive disabilities, etc.) were taken into account as the site was developed. The designers at IEL keep current on issues pertaining to web accessibility and to modifications made to accessibility standards. If you encounter any difficulties using or have suggestions for improving the accessibility of this site, please let us know.