Key dates:

CFPanels closes 21st October

CFPapers opens 31st October

CFPapers closes 22nd November

Registration opens 20th December

Birckbeck College wbfco ucl ab ilas

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This website has been designed to be accessible to the widest possible number of users, including people with disabilities.


Accesskeys are used throughout this site, in accordance with the UK government accesskeys standard, in the following way:

How do I use Accesskeys?

Each of the main areas has an Accesskey assigned to it. This means that you can use the keyboard to jump to any main area from anywhere else in the site. You don't need a mouse!

Accesskeys work slightly differently on PCs and Macs.

  • PC - Hold the 'Alt' key and the appropriate Accesskey at the same time, then press Return / Enter.
  • Mac - Hold the 'Cmd' key and the appropriate AccessKey at the same time.

Accesskeys in common browsers

Google Chrome

  • Alt + 1: Go straight to Home
  • Alt + 2: Go straight to Search
  • Alt + 3: Go straight to Call for Panels
  • Alt + 5: Go straight to Timetable
  • Alt + 7: Go straight to Registration
  • Alt + 8: Go straight to Accommodation page
  • Alt + 9: Go straight to Login
  • Alt + 0: Go straight to Accessibility

Mozilla Firefox: Alt+Shift+ [Accesskey]

Opera: Shift + Escape, then [Accesskey]

Internet Explorer 8 : Alt + [Accesskey] then Enter

Adjusting your browser

Did you know you can change the size of text when surfing the Net?

  1. Firefox
    • Select View from the menu bar at the top of your screen.
    • Select Text Zoom.
    • Select preferred Text Size (150%, etc)
  2. Google Chrome
    • Select the Tools icon at teh right hand top your screen.
    • Select Settings..
    • Select Show advanced settings
    • Select preferred fonts size under Web content.
  3. Opera
    • Select View from the menu bar at the top of your screen.
    • Select Zoom.
    • Select preferred Text Size (150%, etc)
  4. Internet Explorer
    • Select View from the menu bar at the top of your screen.
    • Select Text Size.
    • Select preferred Text Size (Largest, etc)

Building for Accessibility

Using valid XHTML1.0 in Strict mode and CSS, this site also complies with the Level 'AA' of the W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, and current UK legislation on web accessibility.

The W3C has designed the specifications of XHMTL used in conjunction with CSS so that even older versions of browsers should still be able to display the content of any page in a comprehensible way. If you would like to ensure you are viewing a page the way it was intended to be seen, you are invited to consider upgrading your browser via the following links: