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AccessKey navigation

What are AccessKeys?

The AccessKey system provides keyboard shortcuts as an alternative form of navigation. This allows users with limited physical capabilities to navigate some key areas of the site more easily. It is also handy for people who simply prefer to navigate the web using their keyboard, rather than a mouse.

How to use AccessKeys

The letters referred to are those underlined in the menu and footer of each page:

a
About psyclick.org.uk
b
Top of the page
c
Courses - impressions, what to expect at interviews
d
Downloads - posters, example application forms and more
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Reading - suggestions for futher reading
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Forum - join discussions with other users of this site
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Groups - information on local psychology graduate groups
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Home page
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Skip navigation to main content
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Jobs - relevant posts and where to find them
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Feedback - what do you think of psyclick.org.uk?
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Links - a collection of useful internet links
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Contribute - contribute words and ideas to this site
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Contact - contact the producer of this site
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Privacy policy
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Articles - reviews of anything useful, essays on your experiences etc.
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Search this site
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Thoughts - reflections, ideas and gems of advice
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Support this site
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What's new on this site
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Copying policy

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Acronyms and abbreviations

Due to the jargon-laden nature of the psychology profession, psyclick contains a few acronyms and abbreviations. Most are tagged with a dotted underline, and by hovering your pointer over the term (often a TLM), you can see its definition. I have also created a glossary.



With thanks to W3Schools.com and Mark Pilgrim.