KSCDR joins ScienceOpen's discovery platform

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ScienceOpen has worked closely with the King Salman Center for Disability Research to include selected research in our network of over 83 million scholarly publications, expanding the content available in disability studies disciplines.

Hundreds of new articles, books, and book chapters are now available on ScienceOpen's KSCDR collection page, allowing researchers from all over the world to access cutting-edge research in a matter of seconds. The Center is built to support the establishment of the best scientific applications and the preparation of scientific programs aimed at addressing disability, identifying its causes, and encouraging intervention in various fields of prevention, care, and rehabilitation.

ScienceOpen is constantly working to build new partnerships that benefit our communities as a whole by enabling a more accessible scholarly landscape online and promoting diverse perspectives on our discovery network. ScienceOpen is a freely accessible research communication platform with the technological infrastructure to support multi-dimensional search, community curation, and researcher networking.

The new ScienceOpen collection includes KSCDR-endorsed research outputs and publications from the Journal of Disability Research, which seek to encourage a greater understanding of disability and research into finding ways and means to urge rehabilitation, identifying steps towards improving the quality of life for people with disabilities KSCDR is currently working to alleviate disability suffering and enhance the conditions of individuals with disabilities so that they can be furtherly integrated in our societies.

The multidisciplinary research featured in the KSCDR Collection will aim to assist professionals from various sectors of society addressing and better meeting the needs of people
with disabilities. As a result of our interactive discovery environment, the research covered in the KSCDR collection will gain a new potential readership, and our engagement and
dissemination tools will improve scientific communication in the field of disability research by providing new inputs and viewpoints from the field.