The tool will allow institutions, universities, libraries, archives, researchers, academics, students and members of the public at large to search across all academic disciplines and freely access a comprehensive collection of scholarly journal content. Its software and data will be open and freely available for the benefit of the community. The tool is being developed using a collaborative model - academic and library institutions around the world share in project costs, content creation and system development. They contribute funding, time and skills to build Knowledge for All for their own benefit and eliminate dependence on expensive proprietary databases and products. As an open source, customizable tool with robust search features, Knowledge for All will give institutions and individuals control over their content and technology.
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