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Our website has been built to comply with accessibility guidelines, to work well it requires modern browsers (Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, Mozilla Firefox , Netscape 7.0 or later, and Safari).

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There are hundreds of RSS readers available on the Internet, and many are free to download and use. Broadly speaking, there are three types of RSS reader.

Desktop applications:
Desktop RSS readers are fast and easy to use. You install them onto your computer like any other program.

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Web-based readers:
Free websites like Bloglines and NewsGator allow you to log in and check your feeds, a lot like web-based email accounts. Use a web-based RSS reader if you want to be able to check your feeds from any computer in any location.

Web browsers with built in RSS readers:
The most recent web browsers have RSS readers built in. The latest versions of Mozilla Firefox and Apple's Safari both have support for RSS feeds, as well as version 7 of Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

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In order to view PDF documents, you will need to have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer.

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For further information about accessibility and PDFs, please visit
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Video / Audio Players
In order to view the webcasts, you will need to have Windows Media Player or Real Player software installed on your computer.

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