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• ^ Conference, German Rectors'. "Researchers resign editorship of Elsevier journals" . Retrieved 16 October 2017. • Consumer Issues • Aprile 2019 • Concrete International Product Guide I’m not sure what industry you are in, but researchers do not get paid to review- we do it on top of our teaching and research duties (which we ARE paid to do). The publishing industry should pay for the service we provide, that is essential to the product they provide. Just because historically that was the norm, does not mean it is morally right, and does not take into account the massive increase in research worldwide (what was once an irregular practice- reviewing- is now very common. see Publons for an independent record of JUST how much we do for free, for very profitable journals). George Eliot • December 2019 (90) • Contributors • Anti-copyright notice • Essential revisions: Australia edition • SciHub April 2020 Office Printer Paper • ^ Dalmeet Singh Chawla (3 December 2018). "Sci-Hub blocked in Russia following ruling by Moscow court". Chemistry World. Royal Society of Chemistry. Archived from the original on 15 December 2018 . Retrieved 12 December 2018. Bumble Sign up here (it’s free!)

When Elbakyan started Sci-Hub in 2011, “it was a side project,” she says. She operated it without a repository for downloaded articles. With every request for a paper, a new copy was downloaded through a university’s subscription. It would automatically be deleted six hours later. If, for some reason, a person couldn’t access a paper through one university’s servers, they could switch and download them through another’s. Citationsy is perhaps the world’s best reference generator. Citationsy now has a built-in function that lets you search for free papers and download them called Citationsy Archives. 1) The authors make one claim that seems to me not supported by the evidence. They claim that their paper shows that toll-based publishing is becoming unsustainable. But they also point to a recent study that estimates that the ratio of the number of times papers are downloaded from the publisher to downloaded from Sci-Hub is 48:1 for Elsevier and 20:1 for Royal Society of Chemistry. This suggests that Sci-Hub so far has very little influence on the subscription demand for journal articles. A lot of these actions are for librarians. I don’t mean to pick on librarians, but they are very much on the front lines of this battle, representing both their students and institutions, and they need to be more engaged. As co-panellist at the SSP Meeting Rick Anderson, Collections Librarian for the University of Utah (and a Scholarly Kitchen Chef who has written further about the risks Sci-Hub poses to universities), pointed out: “Sci-Hub doesn’t represent an attack on the publishing companies; it’s also an attack on the integrity of academic information systems and on the privacy of students.” Can you trust Sci-Hub? CREDITS: (DATA) SCI-HUB; (IMAGE/AUTOPLAY VIDEO) ADAPTED BY J. YOU/ SCIENCE Sci-Hub’s cache of pirated papers is so big, subscription journals are doomed, data analyst suggests • This page was last edited on 7 June 2020, at 11:36 (UTC). J. P. Donleavy December Brief History Of Indian English Literature Wikimedia Commons agosto Yes, but the article presents no evidence that downloading from sci-hub poses a threat. The article is arguing that sci-hub either steals or uses stolen credentials to gain access. But there’s no evidence, only conjecture, that sci-hub modifies the PDFs with malware. eLife is a non-profit organisation inspired by research funders and led by scientists. Our mission is to help scientists accelerate discovery by operating a platform for research communication that encourages and recognises the most responsible behaviours in science. eLife Sciences Publications, Ltd is a limited liability non-profit non-stock corporation incorporated in the State of Delaware, USA, with company number 5030732, and is registered in the UK with company number FC030576 and branch number BR015634 at the address:

Jagannath University Admission Result 2018 SciHub April 2020 By 1938 there was a movement to bring education to six years of elementary school, four years of junior high school, and four years of high school. [29] • Back • Rabbinic literature • Travel & Leisure this link opens in a new tab • Electronic publishing Working Now-> (Updated-1.06.2020) White Screen After Entering Link in Scihub Travel the style and theories of the Greek writers of Alexandria, 325-30 B.C., whose style was highly ornamented and obscure and favored such forms as the elegy, epigram, epyllion, and lyric and also ventured into the drama. — Alexandrianist, n., adj. And also at: What Was Alan Turing Education Sci-Hub Chrome extension George Eliot • The website Sci-Hub enables users to download PDF versions of scholarly articles, including many articles that are paywalled at their journal’s site. Sci-Hub has grown rapidly since its creation in 2011, but the extent of its coverage has been unclear. Here we report that, as of March 2017, Sci-Hub’s database contains 68.9% of the 81.6 million scholarly articles registered with Crossref and 85.1% of articles published in toll access journals. We find that coverage varies by discipline and publisher, and that Sci-Hub preferentially covers popular, paywalled content. For toll access articles, we find that Sci-Hub provides greater coverage than the University of Pennsylvania, a major research university in the United States. Green open access to toll access articles via licit services, on the other hand, remains quite limited. Our interactive browser at allows users to explore these findings in more detail. For the first time, nearly all scholarly literature is available gratis to anyone with an Internet connection, suggesting the toll access business model may become unsustainable. Open Access Button • ^ Racism and Education: Coincidence or Conspiracy? By David Gillborn • John Molson School of Business • embed Mr. Tran, I think it was implicit in my comment that “right-thinking people” would be concerned that their use and endorsement of Sci-Hub was contributing to the ills described in the blog post, not necessarily that they personnally run any risk. What academic would knowingly expose their own institution and library to this? Canvases • Identifies new ways to interpret, and shed light on any gaps in, previous research additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Elbakyan created several more backup copies of Sci-Hub’s database. She rewrote Sci-Hub’s code, starting from square one, so that the service could download papers automatically. Now, once users pointed Sci-Hub toward an article, the site would check every university proxy server until it found one through which it could download the paper, and would download it automatically. They didn’t have to manually browse the publisher’s website through Sci-Hub to find the articles anymore. • • On Sale At the beginning of the program, the audience was polled as to its agreement with the resolution. Of the 100 attendees who voted, 60 were opposed and 40 were in favor. Each debater then opened with a ten-minute statement, following which each offered a three-minute response. There was then a period of discussion with the audience, and then the poll was repeated. The second poll found that 55 were opposed to the resolution and 45 in favor. Though the overall verdict was anti-Sci-Hub, the shift in five votes meant that Daniel was accordingly declared the winner of the debate. Movements If You Use a Screen ReaderThis content is available through Read Online (Free) program, which relies on page scans. Since scans are not currently available to screen readers, please contact JSTOR User Support for access. We'll provide a PDF copy for your screen reader. 17,141 Griffiths AGF, Modinou I, Heslop C, Brand C, Weatherill A, Baker K, Hughes AE, Lewis J, de Mora L, Mynott S, Roberts KE, Griffiths DJ. Griffiths AGF, et al. PLoS Biol. 2019 May 28;17(5):e3000258. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000258. eCollection 2019 May. PLoS Biol. 2019. PMID: 31136566 Free PMC article. • Speaking of Chemistry • Developers Be aware that many journal sources embed identifying information into the • Libertarian positions • Gnutella2 • Roth DL. The Serials Crisis Revisited. The Serials Librarian. 1990; 18:123–129. doi: 10.1300/J123v18n01_09. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Back This figure compares datasets of article coverage corresponding to various access methods. These article sets refer to manually evaluated access via the publisher’s site from outside of an institutional network (labeled None) or from inside Penn’s network (labeled Penn); access according to Penn’s library system (labeled PennText); access via the oaDOI utility (labeled oaDOI); and inclusion in Sci-Hub’s database (labeled Sci-Hub). Each diagram shows the coverage of three access methods and their possible combinations. Within a diagram, each section notes the percent coverage achieved by the corresponding combination of access methods. Contrary to traditional Venn diagrams, each section does not indicate disjoint sets of articles. Instead, each section shows coverage on the same set of articles, whose total number is reported in the diagram’s title. The top two diagrams show coverage on a small set of manually evaluated articles (confidence intervals provided in the main text). The bottom two diagrams show coverage on a larger set of automatically evaluated articles. The two lefthand diagrams show coverage on all articles, whereas the two righthand diagrams show coverage on toll access articles only. Specifically, the top-right diagram assesses coverage on articles that were inaccessible from outside of an institutional network. Similarly, the bottom-right diagram assesses coverage of articles that were classified as closed or green by oaDOI, and thus excludes gold, hybrid, and bronze articles (those available gratis from their publisher). The project is supported by user donations. Imagine the world with free access to knowledge for everyone ‐ a world without any paywalls. Donate for this vision to become true. Make your contribution to the battle against copyright laws and information inequality. Even the smallest donation counts. • WebRTC • Open Access It is true that the second standard explicitly emphasizes the importance of literature in illuminating the ethical and philosophical dimensions of experience; this might be taken to include religious experience, and this is important. But the standards make nothing of it. There is no discussion of religious literature or of the Bible or Scriptures from other religious traditions. We used DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) to uniquely identify articles. The Sci-Hub and LibGen scimag repositories also uniquely identify articles by their DOIs, making DOIs the natural primary identifier for our analyses. The DOI initiative began in 1997, and the first DOIs were registered in 2000 ( International DOI Foundation, 2017; Wang, 2007). Note that DOIs can be registered retroactively. For example, Antony van Leewenhoeck’s discovery of protists and bacteria — published in 1677 by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London ( van Leewenhoeck, 1677) — has a DOI (10.1098/rstl.1677.0003), retroactively assigned in 2006. Literary • Be prepared to be flexible Property taxes as a primary source of funding for public education have become highly controversial, for a number of reasons. First, if a state's population and land values escalate rapidly, many longtime residents may find themselves paying property taxes much higher than anticipated. In response to this phenomenon, California's citizens passed Proposition 13 in 1978, which severely restricted the ability of the Legislature to expand the state's educational system to keep up with growth. Some states, such as Michigan, have investigated or implemented alternative schemes for funding education that may sidestep the problems of funding based mainly on property taxes by providing funding based on sales or income tax. These schemes also have failings, negatively impacting funding in a slow economy. [157] Weekly interest from Google Trends is plotted over time for the search terms “Sci-Hub” and “LibGen”. The light green period indicates when Sci-Hub used LibGen as its database for storing articles ( Elbakyan, 2017). Light blue indicates the collection period of the Sci-Hub access logs that we analyze throughout this study ( Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016). Based on these logs and newly released logs for 2017, Figure 1—figure supplement 1 shows the number of articles downloaded from Sci-Hub over time, providing an alternative look into Sci-Hub’s growth. The first pink dotted line represents the collection date of the LibGen scimag metadata used in Cabanac’s study ( Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017). The second pink dotted line shows the date of Sci-Hub’s tweeted DOI catalog used in this study. The events indicated by the letters ( A), ( B), ( C) … are explained in the main text. • Scientists, increasingly, are realizing they don’t need paywalled academic journals to act as gatekeepers anymore. They’re finding clever workarounds, making the services that journals provide free. • June 2011 • Dingledine R, Mathewson N, Syverson P. Tor: The Second-Generation Onion Router. [February 7, 2018]; 2004 • Transcript and translation of "Why Science is Better with Communism? The Case of Sci-Hub", a presentation by Alexandra Elbakyan at the University of North Texas Open Access Symposium 2016. • Schiermeier Q. Pirate paper website Sci-Hub dealt another blow by US courts. Nature. 2017b doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.22971. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] In December 2019, The Washington Post reported that the US Justice Department was investigating whether Sci-Hub founder Alexandra Elbakyan had links with Russian intelligence, in part due to the suspicion that tacit approval or assistance of the Russians is required for an operation of the scale of Sci-Hub. [29] Sweden [ edit ] return(datesVector) • Membership • Back If you report someone's post, 9GAG doesn't tell them who reported it. Frank, you obviously don’t understand sampling. We’re talking research techniques here. Anyway, I’m not bothering to reply any more to someone who makes unfounded claims and doesn’t have the honesty to admit he made a mistake. • Silver A. Sci-Hub domains inactive following court order. [February 7, 2018]; The Register. 2017 • Video Watch our specially filmed videos to get a different slant on the latest science Richard Carstone So, if you have donated your credentials and you think they are only used to access scholarly content, they’re not. The image below is taken from a website called Passfans; they trade in stolen credentials for credits. Sometimes they’re paid for, and sometimes they’re free. The website Passfans trades stolen credentials for credits. Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly articles • Gennaio 2016 • Segmented file transfer Technology Magazines • June 2018 "I would suggest that before throwing stones, Elsevier may wish to get its own glasshouse in order," he wrote.