The owner of the NAVOICA Educational Platform is the Ministry of Science and Higher Education headquartered in Warsaw, Poland, at the following address: ul. Wspólna 1/3. The operator of the Platform is the National Information Processing Institute (OPI PIB).
The National Information Processing Institute undertakes to make its website available under the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The declaration of availability applies to the Navoica.pl website.
- Date of publication of the website:
- Date of the last major update:
Compliance with the Act
The website partially complies with the Act on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities due to non-compliance or exclusions listed below.
- contrast of some elements is inadequate,
- some forms have no labels,
- focus is invisible,
- alternative texts for some pictures may be missing,
- not all video materials are subtitled,
- subtitles cannot be downloaded,
- audiodescription is unavailable.
The platform is being modified to make it more available. With enhancements introduced on a regular basis, the availability will be gradually improving over time. As from the end of October 2020 the websites, before logging in, will meet the WCAG 2.1 level AA requirements. Websites available after logging in will be adapted in the next step. We are also working on a solution allowing to make the courses available electronically.
- Courses that have not been created by OPI PIB,
- Multimedia published before .
Preparation of the Declaration of Availability
- The Declaration was made on:
- The Declaration was last reviewed and updated on:
The Declaration was made on the basis of a self-assessment of a public entity.
Feedback and contact data
- Person responsible for handling applications and queries: Agata Miszkurka
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Telephone: +48 22 570 14 00 (please note that by dialing this number you will reach our reception desk and that e-mail is our preferred contact method)
Each person has the right to:
- report any problems with digital access to the website or to any element thereof,
- make a request for digital access to the website or to any element thereof,
- make a request to make unavailable information available in an alternative form.
All requests must include:
- contact data of a person making a request,
- information about the webpage or any element thereof to which the request pertains,
- indication on the preferred form of making information available if the request concerns making unavailable information available in an alternative form.
All requests should be handled as soon as possible, but not later than within 7 days. If it proves impossible to make the website or elements thereof available or to make them available in an alternative form within the deadline referred to above, the problem should be solved within 2 months after the request.
Complaints and appeals
Complaints and appeals pertaining to failure to meet the said deadlines and requests may be filed by mail or e-mail with the supervising authority to the following address:
- Supervising authority: Director of the National Information Processing Institute
- Address: al. Niepodległości 188 B
00-608 Warsaw, Poland
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +48 22 570 14 00
Your complaint can also be filed with the Commissioner for Human Rights. open in a new window
National Information Processing Institute, al. Niepodległości 188 B, 00-608 Warsaw, Poland.
The entrance to the building is accessed via steps or a wheelchair ramp. The reception desk is located opposite the front door. Entering other parts of the building is not possible without a door opening badge. Wheelchair users can access only the corridor and the rooms on the ground floor. There is no elevator in the building. The disabled toilet is located on the ground floor, opposite the staircase. There are 2 parking places for the disabled in front of the building. Assistance dogs are allowed in all rooms of the building.