Disabled users of the Web now have access to a UK online archive on disability issues, thanks to a collaboration between Disability Now newspaper and three undergraduates from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the US. More than a year's worth of articles are now available, and this is set to rise to up to three year's worth of material on any given subject.
Articles cover issues such as disabled sports, advice on benefits, drugs, politics, motoring and fashion. The site itself is not the most visually appealing we've come across, but is well-ordered and easy to navigate, with its own search engine. Disability Now is a non-profit making publication from the charity Scope. The site has received Web space sponsorship from Global Internet.
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