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• ^ Health Advance. Elsevier. • Your Reviews • July 2015 (113) • Project Management They did not say information should be unfunded or creators demonitized. They said information should be "free" as in liberated, as in freedom. • Making notes in class • July 2017 • Timeline Using these manual access calls, we found PennText correctly classified access 88.2% [85.2%–90.8%] of the time (bracketed ranges refer to 95% confidence intervals calculated using Jeffreys interval for binomial proportions ( Rubin and Schenker, 1987)). PennText claimed to have access to 422 of the 500 articles [81.0%–87.4%]. When PennText asserted access, it was correct 94.8% [92.4%–96.6%] of the time. However, when PennText claimed no access, it was only correct for 41 of 78 articles [41.6%–63.4%]. This error rate arose because PennText was not only unaware of Penn’s access to 23 open articles, but also unaware of Penn’s subscription access to 14 articles. Despite these issues, PennText’s estimate of Penn’s access at 84.4% did not differ significantly from the manually evaluated estimate of 87.4% [84.3%–90.1%]. Nonetheless, we proceed by showing comparisons for both the 500 articles with manual access calls as well as the 290,120 articles with PennText calls.

Horror, Ghost & Supernatural Stories Charles Dickens • Literary Style Find public, state, and federal libraries. Click Here To Buy The gentleman portrays Sci-Hub as motivated by criminal impulse. But what sort of criminal gives away all their loot? Shall we be as delusional as Inspector Javert? Or should we accept the ethical reality of the current dilemma? The true theft is toll access where authors, funders, and universities are compelled to forfeit ownership of their work to publishers, who have perverted the original intent of copyright to become gatekeepers of ideas destined for public consumption. • All Gifts

The Mayor of Casterbridge • Economics professor Alan Zagier blames credential inflation for the admission of so many unqualified students into college. He reports that the number of new jobs requiring college degrees is less than the number of college graduates. [52] He states that the more money that a state spends on higher education, the slower the economy grows, the opposite of long held notions. [52] Other studies have shown that the level of cognitive achievement attained by students in a country (as measured by academic testing) is closely correlated with the country's economic growth, but that "increasing the average number of years of schooling attained by the labor force boosts the economy only when increased levels of school attainment also boost cognitive skills. In other words, it is not enough simply to spend more time in school; something has to be learned there." [149] Governance and funding [ edit ] agosto • August 2013 ©2003 Top Categories • Citationsy's team removed the offending link. But they questioned whether the link was really illegal. They noted that there are plenty of links to Sci-Hub online, including on websites such as Wikipedia. However, it seems that people don’t really know how to use Sci-hub. So here is a simple, visual guide. 1. Go to the Sci-hub website We fight inequality in knowledge access across the world. The scientific knowledge should be available for every person regardless of their income, social status, geographical location and etc.

• tileInfo.json • September 2011 Nature (21) • 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. • Writing in Psychological Medicine This is a small edit, but I suggest "Penn is a private research university located in Philadelphia. It was founded by the open science pioneer Benjamin Franklin in 1749," since I thought that "which" referred to Phila. as I first read this sentence. • Bergstrom TC, Courant PN, McAfee RP, Williams MA. Evaluating big deal journal bundles. PNAS. 2014; 111:9425–9430. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1403006111. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Elbakyan had defied Elsevier. Her former hobby had become her primary focus. Nothing would make her waiver from making Sci-Hub a titan of Open Access. • Woltermann A. Declaration in Support of Motion – Document #8 Attachment #23 of Elsevier Inc. v. Sci-Hub – Case 1:15-cv-04282-RWS. [February 7, 2018]; Southern District Court of New York. 2015

CUSTOMIZED LAB KITS Tailor a lab kit to your specific course curriculum. Scientists in some European countries began negotiations with Elsevier and other academic publishers on introducing national open access. [61] [62] • Any form of blogspam/spam • International Journal of Vaccines and Immunization ( ISSN 2470-9948 ) • McKenzie L. Sci-Hub’s cache of pirated papers is so big, subscription journals are doomed, data analyst suggests. Science. 2017 doi: 10.1126/science.aan7164. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Van der Sar E. Sci-Hub, BookFi and LibGen Resurface After Being Shut Down. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2015c • Legal aspects of file sharing Association of Research Libraries Graph 4: Expenditure Trends in ARL Libraries, 1986-2015. [February 7, 2018];ARL Statistics 2014–2015. 2017 (1) BACK TO TOP And then you have people that just skip the book and go straight to the film. I understand that some people actually don't like reading so they probably won't read the book but they might watch the film, but to just skip the book completely because they're desperate to watch the film is disappointing. I like to read the books first to know where it all started and why they decided to make a film out of it. I didn't read all of The Host (Stephenie Meyer's other novel) before I saw the film but I did read some of it and it was a great book from what I read but also a great film. And of course sometimes films seem to be the same idea as the book had but are not actually based on the book. So it's a bit like Twilight for instance; Twilight's inspiration came mainly from the American TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer but had its own little twist. And that's a bit like what films do to books. They make it seem like they've taken the idea from the book but switched it up so it's not actually anything to do with the book.

In December 2016, Nature Publishing Group named Alexandra Elbakyan as one of the ten people who most mattered in 2016. [8] Manuel Bonik: I estimate that running Sci-Hub costs about 10.000€ a year only. Am I right? • Arabic • Spectrum • European News Europe bets R&D spending will bring jobs to battered economy • How To Pronounce Sci-Tech Daresbury Enterprise Zone • ^ Khalaim, Andrey I.; Ruíz-Cancino, Enrique (31 August 2017). "Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) associated with xyelid sawflies (Hymenoptera, Xyelidae) in Mexico". Journal of Hymenoptera Research. 58: 17–27. doi: 10.3897/jhr.58.12919. • Secondary Schools • June 2013 P2P clients December febbraio Each article in Crossref’s database is assigned a type. Figure 2 shows coverage by article type. The scholarly literature consisted primarily of journal articles, for which Sci-Hub had 77.8% coverage. Sci-Hub’s coverage was also strong for the 5 million proceedings articles at 79.7%. Overall coverage suffered from the 10 million book chapters, where coverage was poor (14.2%). The remaining Crossref types were uncommon, and hence contributed little to overall coverage. Animated March • PeerTube "We've known about this for several months and had already started alerting authors to our efforts to change the links back to the version of record," he said. "We have implemented checks in our production process and are adding a few more to better prevent this." Jan 31, 2018 Dear XXXXX, • Register library IP addresses and contact details with The IP Registry – a clear communication channel between libraries and publishers. This helps when intrusions are identified because the details can be shared across the academic research community. Elbakyan had been following the Open Access movement and was an ardent fan of MIT’s OpenCourseWare — an initiative through which the university makes virtually all of its coursework available — since 2008. She’d also always been fascinated with neuroscience, especially the articles by the neurologist-turned-writer (and longtime head of The Guardian’s Neurophilosophy blog) Mo Costandi. Elbakyan became convinced that untapped potential was hidden in the human brain. She particularly liked the idea of the “global brain,” a neuroscience-inspired idea by futurists that an intelligent network could facilitate information storage and transfer — driving communication between people in real time, the way that neurons that fire together wire together. Journal of the American Medical Association • 2 Bidwise, Inc, Miami, United States. Further reading [ edit ] • Freenet • Identify themes, debates and gaps • Prize system George Eliot Buy 1 Get 1 Half Price Lunch Bags and Bottles • Contact us • Peroni S, Shotton D. 2016. Metadata for the OpenCitations Corpus. Figshare. [ CrossRef] (7) • The website Sci-Hub, now in its sixth year of existence, provides gratis access to scholarly literature, despite the continued presence of paywalls. Sci-Hub brands itself as “the first pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research papers.” The website, started in 2011, is run by Alexandra Elbakyan, a graduate student and native of Kazakhstan who now resides in Russia ( Bohannon, 2016a; Schiermeier, 2015). Elbakyan describes herself as motivated to provide universal access to knowledge ( Elbakyan, 2016a; Elbakyan, 2015; Milova, 2017). Like Liked by 1 person Even if you’re in the early stages of your research and just beginning to conduct a literature review, it’s useful to consider the eventual role that your review will play within your thesis and the way it functions to orient your readers. And if such comparisons were made, why are the percentages of coverage only given to third order? Is this just for convenience? (Giving the percentages of coverage to third order seems to imply a sample and not a complete comparison). • V Larivière 2. Select "Use URL" and paste the URL to the script in "Script URL" field • Martha Stewart this link opens in a new tab The coverage metrics presented thus far give equal weight to each article. However, we know that article readership and by extension Sci-Hub requests are not uniformly distributed across all articles. Instead, most articles receive little readership, with a few articles receiving great readership. Therefore, we used recent citations to estimate Sci-Hub’s coverage of articles weighted by user needs. English (Australia) Pronunciation • ? — Savages by R.K. Lilley: GR — Contemporary Romance — "This is Bastian's book, and will be a standalone." • Public domain • Voting and Elections • sci-hub .uno • • Latest news Horror & Ghost 12.1% Fuzzy • Torrents-Time Sure it has some legal content too, but it has undeniably and openly a LOT of infringing content (bad faith), so I'd guess a judge would convict. Wikipedia may have some infringing content, but they hardly flaunt it and actually work to minimize such content (good faith). Motorcycle Magazines Later, Bohannon analyzed six months of Sci-Hub’s server access logs, starting in September 2015 ( Bohannon, 2016b). He found a global pattern of usage. Based on these logs, Gardner, McLaughlin, and Asher estimated the ratio of publisher downloads to Sci-Hub downloads within the U.S. for several publishers ( Gardner et al., 2017). They estimated this ratio at 20:1 for the Royal Society of Chemistry and 48:1 for Elsevier. They also noted that 25% of Sci-Hub downloads in the U.S. were for articles related to clinical medicine. Greshake also analyzed the logs to identify per capita Sci-Hub usage ( Greshake, 2016). Portugal, Iran, Tunisia, and Greece had the highest usage, suggesting Sci-Hub is preferentially used in countries with poor institutional access to scholarly literature. In a subsequent study, he found especially high Sci-Hub usage in chemistry, with 12 of the top 20 requested journals specializing in chemistry ( Greshake, 2017a; Greshake, 2017b). In the context of the big deal cancellations by several library systems in the world, in 2019 the wide usage of Sci-Hub was credited as one of the factors which reduced the apparent value of the subscriptions to toll access resources. [53] Reception [ edit ] | Poetry is a form of literary art which uses the aesthetic qualities of language (including music and rhythm) to evoke meanings beyond a prose paraphrase. [45] Poetry has traditionally been distinguished from prose by its being set in verse; prose is cast in sentences, poetry in lines; the syntax of prose is dictated by meaning, whereas that of poetry is held across meter or the visual aspects of the poem. [46] [47] This distinction is complicated by various hybrid forms such as the prose poem [48] and prosimetrum, [49] and more generally by the fact that prose possesses rhythm. [50] Abram Lipsky refers to it as an "open secret" that "prose is not distinguished from poetry by lack of rhythm". [51] • - nosleep • Centrifuges You need to check what is required within your own discipline. Are you required to record and present your search strategy? If so, you may be able to include the details of the search strategy as an appendix to your dissertation. Concepts • Environment Discipline-specific considerations • • Fund-Raising “I did not believe that it’s possible to win against such a well-funded, rich, and influential company.” • music • Wikipedia articles with BNE identifiers Affiliate Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. In plain English, this means that I may receive a small commission (at no cost to you) if you purchase something through the links provided. This small income goes back into my blog, so I can continue to create fun content for you. I appreciate my readers and make it my goal to be upfront and honest. Thank you for supporting my blog! File sharing networks • Statistics Questo sito utilizza il meccanismo dei cookie per consentirti la completa fruibilità del sito. Inoltre alcune librerie di terze parti utilizzano i cookie per il loro corretto funzionamento. Proseguendo con la navigazione acconsenti al loro uso in conformità alla cookie policy adottata da ReteUP Ok No Privacy policy e Cookies However, it seems that people don’t really know how to use Sci-hub. So here is a simple, visual guide. 1. Go to the Sci-hub website After 30 days of the trial period: Poets & Writers Live is an initiative developed in response to interviews and discussions with writers from all over the country. When we asked what Poets & Writers could do to support their writing practice, time and again writers expressed a desire for a more tangible connection to other writers. So, we came up with a living, breathing version of what Poets & Writers already offers: Poets & Writers Live. • • Annotated essay View photo · • Videos (5) 3) George Eliot • Snow White feels like it’s been done to death by Hollywood in recent years, but reading The Shadow Queen feels like taking a step back into an old black and white movie, only to discover more colour and depth. • Backup • Call For Papers • qBittorrent • ^ Зораб, Руслан (6 September 2017). "Александра Элбакян: о либералах, троллинге и блокировке Sci-Hub в России" (in Russian). Naked Science . Retrieved 21 October 2017. In October last year, a New York judge ruled in favor of Elsevier, decreeing that Sci-Hub infringes on the publisher’s legal rights as the copyright holder of its journal content, and ordered that the website desist. The injunction has had little effect, as the server data reveal. Although the web domain was seized in November 2015, the servers that power Sci-Hub are based in Russia, beyond the influence of the U.S. legal system. Barely skipping a beat, the site popped back up on a different domain. • Legality • - worldnews • Contact Wikipedia View photo · advanced search: by author, subreddit... May • Share-alike • ^ a b c Ruff, Corinne (18 February 2016). "Librarians Find Themselves Caught Between Journal Pirates and Publishers". The Chronicle of Higher Education. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 October 2018. . • Peer review • Assessment and Grading • Comparison of Internet Relay Chat clients • Information on education in United States, OECD – Contains indicators and information about United States and how it compares to other OECD and non-OECD countries • Ask why your university should support the out-of-date system offered by the vast majority of publishers as a method of research dissemination. Ask why you are participating in a reward system that has nothing to do with the actual quality of your research, and everything to do with a publishing system that hasn’t changed in many decades. No matter how you use technology to interact with an increasingly digital world, Apple has the products to ensure your experience is the best it can be. • Singh Chawla D. Publishers take ResearchGate to court, alleging massive copyright infringement. Science. 2017b doi: 10.1126/science.aaq1560. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Gifts, Cards & Home • March 2018 (83) Culture The opinion piece in the Guardian dismisses the costs of publishing, marketing, distributing, and archiving scholarly publications. One can argue the costs assigned by and profitability of the publishers are too high, but one cannot say there are zero costs. A good comparison is the cost of a hamburger at a high end restaurant versus a fast-food restaurant versus cooking at home. Should we get all three meals for the same price? That Universities refuse to pay their staff full-time wages is not the fault of the publishing industry. ArXiv currently holds around 1,4 million articles and its costs for 2017 were around 1 million dollars. Call it a dollar a year to archive a paper (although this cost of course also includes some “publisher” services, such as a submission system and a very rudimentary editorial review by peer moderators). A world where publishers would charge something of that order of magnitude, is, I suspect, a world where Monbiot would never have written that opinion piece. In practice, readers of the scholarly literature likely use a variety of methods for access. Figure 8 compares several of these methods, as well as their combinations. Users without institutional access may simply attempt to view an article on its publisher’s site. Based on our manual evaluation of 500 articles, we found 34.8% [30.7%–39.1%] of articles were accessible this way. The remaining 326 articles that were not accessible from their publisher’s site are considered toll access. oaDOI — a utility that redirects paywalled DOIs to gratis, licit versions, when possible ( Piwowar et al., 2018) — was able to access 15.3% [11.7%–19.5%] of these toll access articles, indicating that green open access is still limited in its reach. This remained true on the full set of 208,786 toll access articles from the State of OA dataset, where oaDOI only provided access to 12.4% [12.3%–12.6%]. Although oaDOI’s overall access rate was 37.0% [36.8%–37.2%], this access consisted largely of gold, hybrid, and bronze articles, whereby gratis access is provided by the publisher. • • VPN However, this repository has not undergone code review by the lab. window.layerName = '1_NATURAL_COLOR'; • How To Pronounce Sci-Fi Dine In Restaurant What can I do to resolve this? - Edited by B. R. Berger and P. M. Bethke • 103,675 XXXXXX XXXXXX 7–8 Reserve a space for your group online • Preparing a study timetable • 31 — The Sunday Potluck Club by Melissa Storm Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR • Specialized patent ( biological, chemical) • • Gnutella York Notes for A Level: The Handmaid’s Tale includes features to help you achieve top grades, including extract analysis of key passages, to add extra in-depth information and also to demonstrate how to approach detailed analysis, a key skill in your exam. Students who can demonstrate this depth of understanding, linking out to contexts and critical interpretations, in their exam responses to The Handmaid’s Tale questions are likely to achieve a higher grade than those who comment on the novel in general terms. You might be asked, for example, to discuss the ways in which Offred strives for survival both physically and psychologically during her life in Gilead, or to discuss ways in which Atwood transposes seventeenth-century behaviour and beliefs into the late twentieth/early twenty-first century and the effect of this on the reader. • ^ Johnston, Joyce (8 July 2016). "Sci-Hub as Criminal: A Publisher's View". Office for Intellectual Freedom of the American Library Association: Intellectual Freedom Blog. Archived from the original on 31 October 2018 . Retrieved 30 October 2018. • Journal of Orthopedic Clinical Studies and Advanced Research ( ISSN 2576-6449 ) • Open Access • OpenNap • Log in Sign up The research is already funded differently, usually through (public) grants, salaries of the researchers and everybody on their teams (taxes, tuition), or even patent revenues. URL: The next visual is just three pages of 60 I’ve compiled, taken from the Passfans website, showing a wide variety of organizations whose stolen credentials are shared online. This is rife, and it’s a huge problem. This is a sample of the 60 pages the author compiled from the Passfans website that shows the wide variety of organizations whose stolen credentials were shared online. • sci-hub .ee • Tools overview 2 Includes graduate school • Contact AAAS Chuffey Safety and ethics aside, I also don’t see any evidence to suggest that Sci-Hub has had any positive impact on the growth of Open Access. • Overview When a classmate disappears from the neighborhood of a sprawling Indian city where 9-year-old Jai lives, he takes his cue from reality police shows and sets out to solve the case. But what starts as a game turns sinister when more children disappear and the police don’t seem to care. • contests high quality school laboratory equipment in the United States and around the globe. This project was performed entirely in the open, via the GitHub repository greenelab/scihub. Several authors of this study became involved after we mentioned their usernames in GitHub discussions. This project’s fully transparent and online model enabled us to assemble an international team of individuals with complementary expertise and knowledge. • Next, we calculated journal-level access metrics based on articles published from January 1, 2014 until the start of the Sci-Hub access log records on September 1, 2015. For each journal, we calculated the average values for the five access log metrics described above. Interestingly, the journal Medicine - Programa de Formación Médica Continuada Acreditado received the most visitors per article, averaging 33.4 visitors for each of its 326 articles.