How did the idea for the OML come about? Since the emergence of the OA movement, thousands of academic journals worldwide have adopted policies that embrace some or all of its components, increasing the amount of scholarly content openly accessible to everyone. While open and collaborative practices of learning and increased accessibility are generally positive for music researchers and students, discoverability remains a challenge to the academic community. [...]for libraries and cultural heritage organizations, the mission of disseminating knowledge is only half complete if their content is not easily found and used.
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