Finnish Society of Sport Sciences – Communication of Sport Sciences

The Finnish Society of Sport Sciences (Liikuntatieteellinen Seura, LTS) was founded in 1933. We are a multidisciplinary association that works in the field of physical culture and sports. Our membership currently consists of over 1,000 members and about 50 community members.

We provide information on sports and promote activities that call for scientific expertise in the areas of sport and health. The Society also serves as a channel of discussion and influence for all persons and communities interested in sport and health research and the background phenomena of physical activity and sports.

The objective of the Society is to promote physical activity, health and well-being among people living in Finland by means of science communication. The Society aims to transmit expert information pertaining to sport and health sciences to professionals and decision-makers as well as to ordinary citizens in order to assist them in making choices that promote their physical activity, health and well-being.

We co-operate with scientific communities, the Ministry of Education and Culture, sport and health associations and other organisations that operate in the fields of physical culture and health. The members of the Finnish Society of Sport Sciences enjoy various member benefits including discounts on the publications and training seminars produced by the Society.

Our activities are summed up in three categories: organizing scientific seminars, conducting research-based evaluations and projects, and multi-channel science communication. The top products of our publishing activities are the Liikunta & Tiede magazine and the sports science books that we publish, as well as reports on research and projects. We operate mainly in Finnish.

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Accessibility Statement

 

This website is subject to the Act on the Provision of Digital Services (available in Finnish and Swedish). Under the Act, public online services must be accessible, which means that everyone must have equal access to them.

This statement describes the identified shortcomings in the accessibility of this website and provides information on how you can give us feedback on the accessibility of the service.

Accessibility of the service

The website largely meets the requirements of the accessibility criteria required by the Act (WCAG 2.1) and has no critical shortcomings in its accessibility. The key shortcomings in the accessibility of the online service are described below.

The Finnish Society of Sport Sciences has done the assessment of the accessibility of the website in November 2020. We will continue to assess the accessibility of the service later with an external expert.

If the material you need is not accessible, please contact us via email media(at)lts.fi or phone +35810 778 6600. We will deliver the material you need in an accessible format.

Content and functionalities that are not yet accessible

Errors in page heading hierarchy

The order of page heading levels in the HTML is partly incorrect. This may make it more difficult to browse the page using a screen reader.

Shortcomings in text alternatives for images and diagrams

The content pages include images that lack the alternative text in English.

Accessibility issues in PDF documents

The website contains PDF documents that do not meet the accessibility requirements.

Have you noticed any accessibility concerns?

We constantly strive to improve the accessibility of our online services. If you find any accessibility issues on the website that are not described in this statement, please let us know. We are also happy to receive other comments and suggestions for improvements to the accessibility of the website. Please contact us via email media(at)lts.fi or phone +35810 778 6600.

Accessibility supervision

The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland oversees the fulfilment of accessibility requirements. If you are not satisfied with our reply, or if you do not receive any response within two weeks, please send your feedback to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. Detailed information on how to file a complaint and how the matter will be handled is available on the Agency’s website.

Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland 
Saavutettavuuden valvonnan yksikkö (supervisory unit for accessibility) 
Accessibility requirements web service (available in Finnish and Swedish): Saavutettavuusvaatimukset.fi
saavutettavuus(a)avi.fi 
tel. (switchboard) +358 295 016 000