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Ilość: szt. It would be easy to say ASA should get ahead of these shifts, stop publishing paywalled journals and embrace new publication models. We know that free journals could be published for a fraction of what ASA and Sage now spend and reap. But that would mean giving up a substantial share of the association’s current income. • Current Issue ► • Aaron Swartz Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! Lizzy Hexam • Greshake B. Looking into Pandora's Box: The Content of Sci-Hub and its Usage. F1000Research. 2017a; 6:541. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.11366.1. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] You think they would realise how absurd the whole thing is when then have to resort to censorship of censorship.

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My aim is to make all people aware of the threats, to expose cybercrime and to share information across the academic research community to help protect publishers, authors, researchers, and library patrons. Please feel free to reach out to either myself or Sari Frances at IEEE to learn more about what the IP Intrusion Database (IPID) committee, along with a number of publishers and librarians, are doing to confront the dangers posed by Sci-Hub and other cyber attackers. Addendum • Open Source Initiative • Privacy & Cookies Coverage of Penn Libraries DOAJ is maintained by Infrastructure Services for Open Access (IS4OA), which is a not-for-profit charitable organization whose aim is to provide benefit to the global community of users of openly accessible research publications and data. IS4OA believes that wide and open distribution and dissemination of knowledge will benefit society worldwide. Part of a series on

• D Valladares-Garrido […] Sci-Hub is an online search engine with over 62,000,000 academic papers and articles available for direct download, bypassing publisher paywalls. New papers are uploaded daily when accessed through educational institution proxies, and papers that have been accessed through Sci-Hub are stored in the LibGen repository. […] • G. Industry, profession and education (10) Also, attacking Sci-Hub website(s) and disabling them should be done and should not be illegal and shouldn’t be too difficult. • Quiz & Worksheet - Chemical Properties of Organic Compound • 2. No one but the founder is operating Sci-Hub.

• Poster presentation I can honestly say that the only reason I believe the movie version of The Color Purple is better than the book is because the movie was a staple in my household before I came across the book. Thanks to the movie, Sofia will ALWAYS be Oprah Winfrey, Celie will ALWAYS be Whoopi Goldberg, and Mister will ALWAYS be Danny Glover. I appreciated how those characters were brought to life on the screen when I finally read the book. Although there are parts of the book that are not included in the movie, those removed parts do not significantly affect the story, which is important for a good adaptation. • Sketch Chemistry 99.8% Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard • Lessons & Tips The title of laboratory is also used for certain other facilities where the processes or equipment used are similar to those in scientific laboratories. These notably include: • H Piwowar Up Board Result 2019 10th Official Website • May 2015 US sports • Alternative Energy • ^ VogelOct. 13, Gretchen; 2017; Pm, 3:30 (13 October 2017). "German researchers resign from Elsevier journals in push for nationwide open access". Science | AAAS. Archived from the original on 22 March 2019 . Retrieved 15 March 2019. CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list ( link) Finally, there’s Sci Hub. Science-Hub works in a completely different way than the other two: researchers, students, and other academics donate their institutional login to Schi-Hub, and when you search for a paper they download it through that account. After the articles has been downloaded they store a copy of it on their own servers. You can basically download 99% of all scientific articles and papers on SciHub. Just enter the DOI to download the papers you need for free from scihub. • Open-source hardware Morrison says there is another solution. Authors who publish in paywalled journals can archive their paper in an open-access online repository, which is permitted by the majority of publishers. The term for this is “green open access.” Until recently, it was difficult for readers to locate the papers in these repositories. New tools, like the browser add-on Unpaywall, make it simpler. When readers come across a paywalled paper online, clicking on the Unpaywall icon on their browser will take them directly to an open-access version. • < Prev • Douglas Rushkoff • personal (3) –just doesn’t quite compare with this– Renaissance art, • Robotics • British Standards Institute BS ISO 26324:2012 Information and Documentation. Digital Object Identifier System. 2012 doi: 10.3403/30177056. [ CrossRef] A: It all started when Sci-Hub tweeted the list of all the articles that they had stored in their repositories on March 19. I thought: “Wow, we can learn so much about their operations and coverage that we couldn’t before.” Most people knew that Sci-Hub provided access to some of the scholarly literature, but the question was how much. • Freenet Chris Guthrie • Policies The open-access movement sought to solve these problems. In 2003, a group of researchers published the Budapest Open Access Initiative. “The public good (the internet makes) possible is the worldwide electronic distribution of the peer-reviewed journal literature and completely free and unrestricted access to it by all scientists, scholars, teachers, students, and other curious minds,” said the manifesto. 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 ] Vanity Fair Bleak House • Monopolies of knowledge In the land of Red Queen, the world is divided between those who have Silver blood and those who have Red blood. The Silvers are the elite, the rulers, and the ones with all the privileges. The Red live in poverty, are sent to war, and live to serve. Oh, and what's keeping those Silvers in power other than a land steeped in tradition? They're also blessed with crazy magical powers of all kinds. But after she becomes a servant in the king's home, 17-year-old, Red-blooded Mare Barrow discovers that she, against all odds, also has one of these powers that only the Silvers claim to possess. Just an arXiv with peer-review is not enough. There is a lot of room for innovation and improvement. There was quite an interesting discussion[1] about creating something in between Overleaf[2], ArXiv[3], Git, and Wikipedia, moreover with the ability to do a peer-to-peer review, discussion, and social networking. Check out the last[4] article in that series. There are a few implementations, albeit not covering all features, like Authorea[5] and MIT's PubPub[6] (it is the open source[7]). See also GitXiv[8]. See also the Publishing Reform[9] project. Moreover, there is quite an interesting initiative from DARPA, to create the scientific social network of a kind - Polyplexus[10]. All Departments return(datesVector) • Economics • 3 — The Wrong Right Man by Aurora Rose Reynolds Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR Teen & Young Adult Books • Children's Non-Fiction • music from Wiktionary You can email the site owner to let them know you were blocked. Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. maggio • Motor Vehicle Services • Military and Security Career Videos View All • 5 School of Information, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, United States. Adam Bede • Concrete Research Council • Commons-based peer production (24) Girl Stop Apologizing Itunes We'd like to thank the reviewers and editors for their feedback, which we have aimed to address in our revised manuscript, corresponding to version 3 of the study's preprint. Sci-Hub and scholarly publishing are both rapidly developing topics. As such, the revised manuscript contains additions resulting from new developments since version 2. These include the judgment in the ACS suit and the subsequent suspension of four Sci-Hub domains; the release of Sci-Hub download logs for 2017, which we visualize in Figure 1—figure supplement 1; and additional withdrawals from Sci-Hub's bitcoin addresses. As such, we extended the Google trends and Bitcoin analyses through the end of 2017. The revised version contains many enhancements, of which the major ones are summarized here. The 2016 study titled “Who’s downloading pirated papers? Everyone” analyzed a dataset of Sci-Hub request logs [ 26, 27]. Alexandra Elbakyan worked with journalist John Bohannon to produce a dataset of download requests received by Sci-Hub from September 1, 2015 through February 29, 2016 [ 15]. In November 2015, Sci-Hub’s domain name was suspended as the result of legal action by Elsevier [ 9, 23]. According to Bohannon, this resulted in “an 18-day gap in the data starting November 4, 2015 when the domain went down and the server logs were improperly configured.” We show this downtime in Figure 1. (11) (4) • P2P Foundation • Physical Principales (T1) • Find out more Stack Exchange Network • Do Not Sell My Personal Info • ^ "European Union links research grants to open access" . Retrieved 26 March 2017. Bastian Greshake Tzovaras • Royster P. A Brief History of Open Access. [February 7, 2018]; Library Conference Presentations and Speeches. 2016 Stephen Dedalus Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys Next First choice: • Disclaimers Armenian Puzzles & Solvers • LOL / Next I agree this visualization would be a good alternative, especially for its ability to use errorbars to show confidence intervals (note we added CIs to main text in #49). However, due to time and the lack of reproducible automated solutions for this visualization method, I'm going to decline making the change.