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• Retirement 2017 • These individuals read books for the characterization — or just more characters, in some cases — and a slower or more drawn out development of themes, because the medium is more relaxed about how long it takes to tell the story. For example, the “Harry Potter” series is seven books, each several hundred pages long. The length of this series and the number of pages in each book gives J.K. Rowling the time to flesh out the Wizarding World and offer a fairly large role to the poltergeist, Peeves. The movies are — roughly — two and a half hours each, however. In order to portray all the plot points relevant to the central plot of the series as a whole, Peeves had to be taken out of the movies along with the well-loved character Winky. • Submissions with no direct connection to books (this includes circlejerky submissions) It’s hard to discern how threatened by Sci-Hub Elsevier and other major publishers truly feel, in part because legal download totals aren’t typically made public. An Elsevier report in 2010, however, estimated more than 1 billion downloads for all publishers for the year, suggesting Sci-Hub may be siphoning off under 5% of normal traffic. Still, many are concerned that Sci-Hub will prove as disruptive to the academic publishing business as the pirate site Napster was for the music industry (see editorial by Marcia McNutt on her love-hate of Sci-Hub). “I don’t endorse illegal tactics,” says Peter Suber, director of the Office for Scholarly Communications at Harvard University and one of the leading experts on open-access publishing. However, “a lawsuit isn’t going to stop it, nor is there any obvious technical means. Everyone should be thinking about the fact that this is here to stay.” • ^ a b "Sci-Hub отметил восьмилетие". 6 September 2019. Archived from the original on 21 October 2019 . Retrieved 22 October 2019. • All articles needing expert attention And finally, the impact on smaller contributors to the world of Scholarly Communication is real. There are some popular “big players” that tend to get much of the blame for the perceived woes of the market — publishers such as Elsevier, Wiley, Springer, etc. I’m not going to get into that aspect of the discussion, but for those that subscribe to this belief it’s worth noting that if Sci-Hub undermines revenue generation and drives up costs for all, common sense suggests that it will be the small publishers and societies that feel the brunt of things far sooner and to a far greater degree than the larger endeavors in the industry. Then you click “open” and you should get something like this: • About Wikipedia • 6 Drama Filtered HTML • Wire brush Samantha Irby may be spending more time in L.A., but she's still the same old "cheese fry-eating slightly damp Midwest person." (Her words, not ours.) This much is clear in her riotous new book of bad dates, worse food experiences, and general befuddlement at the world. (March 31)

}, The choice seemed clear: Either they quit the Ph.D. or illegally obtain copies of the papers. So millions of researchers turned to SciHub, the world’s largest pirate website for scholarly literature. due to this, researchers feel no guilt. As they see it, high-priced journals “may be slowing down the growth of science severely.” 10 Interesting Facts About SciHub • Van Noorden R. Trouble at the text mine. Nature. 2012; 483:134–135. doi: 10.1038/483134a. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • November 2008 Jules Verne • Settembre 2015 Essential revisions: • 4.4 Secondary education • Pride

• cease • 5 Notes Hi Ilya.. That’s good. This article isn’t intended to cast aspersions on any government or nation. Frankly, even if Elbakyan had been a fellow Indian I would have been equally surprised about how she pulls this off. So I hope you don’t think that there’s some sort of bias against you that influenced this article. Have a great day. The research showed that physics-lab students taught to make decisions “based on data, with feedback on those decisions” rather than follow a rote set of instructions, were 12 times more likely “to improve their experimental methods” than students not taught the skills. • December 2017 • The process is quite alarming – we’re seeing a sustained password guessing attack on our password management system. It’s coming from a Tencent cloud server (XXX.51.XXX.220) which we’ve now locked. The guessing rate was quite low but still successful, so I suspect it’s testing a list of users/passwords gathered from elsewhere. • Direct Connect Alexandra Elbakyan founded Sci-Hub to thwart journal paywalls • ^ Bender, Maddie (3 February 2020). " 'It's a Moral Imperative:' Archivists Made a Directory of 5,000 Coronavirus Studies to Bypass Paywalls". Vice . Retrieved 27 February 2020. • Usenet

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Falk and Mills do not use any direct quotes. That is because the survey nature of the literature review does not allow for in-depth discussion or detailed quotes from the text. Some short quotes here and there are okay, though, if you want to emphasize a point, or if what the author said just cannot be rewritten in your own words. Notice that Falk and Mills do quote certain terms that were coined by the author, not common knowledge, or taken directly from the study. But if you find yourself wanting to put in more quotes, check with your instructor. Summarize and synthesize • IT Policy Downloads • ORCID • Jobs • ^ Greshake, Bastian (21 April 2017). "Looking into Pandora's Box: The Content ofSci-Hub and its Usage". F1000Research. 6: 541. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.11366.1. ISSN 2046-1402. PMC 5428489. PMID 28529712. Charles Dickens Download Why have I been blocked? (12) Swedish Pronunciation • Outline the structure • Japan • Open Access – making science research free to read • US Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center | Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases | Sloan Kettering Institute Gerstner Sloan Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences | Patients & Caregivers 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. • American Journal of Food and Nutrition Pastels & Charcoal ffmpeg -i GIF1vid.mp4 -i GIF2vid.mp4 -i GIF3vid.mp4 -filter_complex "[0:0] [1:0] [2:0] concat=n=3:v=1:a=0" FinalVideo.mp4 Nursing & Midwifery Note: the Chrome Web Store isn’t currently available to browse or search on your mobile device. Click the link below to send yourself a reminder to visit the Chrome Web Store next time you’re at your desktop computer. The effort may backfire. It does nothing to address disappointment scientists feel about how paywalls hide their work. Meanwhile, Sci-Hub has been making waves that might carry it further to a wider swath of both the public and the scientific community. And though Elbakyan might be sailing in dangerous waters, what’s to stop idealistic scientists who are frustrated with the big publishers from handing over their login credentials to Sci-Hub’s pirate queen? Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas • Assistive Technology (37) • Open science data • ^ Goldin, C., Katz, L.F. The Race between Education and Technology. The Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts: 2008. • Conclusions as to which pieces are best considered in their argument, are most convincing of their opinions, and make the greatest contribution to the understanding and development of their area of research. One method Sci-Hub uses to bypass paywalls is by obtaining leaked authentication credentials for educational institutions ( Elbakyan, 2017). These credentials enable Sci-Hub to use institutional networks as proxies and gain subscription journal access. While the open access movement has progressed slowly ( Björk, 2017), Sci-Hub represents a seismic shift in access to scholarly literature. Since its inception, Sci-Hub has experienced sustained growth, with spikes in interest and awareness driven by legal proceedings, service outages, news coverage, and social media ( Figure 1 and Figure 1—figure supplement 1). Here we investigate the extent to which Sci-Hub provides access to scholarly literature. If Sci-Hub’s coverage is sufficiently broad, then a radical shift may be underway in how individuals access scholarly literature. Their findings, published in a preprint on the PeerJ journal site on 20 July, indicate that Sci-Hub can instantly provide access to more than two-thirds of all scholarly articles, an amount that Himmelstein says is “even higher” than he anticipated. For research papers protected by a paywall, the study found Sci-Hub’s reach is greater still, with instant access to 85% of all papers published in subscription journals. For some major publishers, such as Elsevier, more than 97% of their catalog of journal articles is being stored on Sci-Hub’s servers—meaning they can be accessed there for free. • Centrifuge • Mongeon P, Paul-Hus A. The journal coverage of Web of Science and Scopus: a comparative analysis. Scientometrics. 2015 doi: 10.1007/s11192-015-1765-5. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • What is a literature review? These journals refuse to give a DOI and they don’t work with URL either usually. Example this paper. A workaround is to search Crossref for the title which gives the DOI, then use the DOI to fetch the paper as usual: • ^ "Elsevier's Open Access Controversy: German Researchers Resign to Register Protest". Enago Academy. 19 October 2017. Archived from the original on 6 June 2019 . Retrieved 15 March 2019. • FTCE • Consumer Complaints by Product Type Are the pdfs safe? • September 2013 • New - Living Organisms • Book chapter • - aww • Back • • 4.1 Grade placement B A straight comparison of 56M DOI's with another similarly large number of DOIs would require at least 2.5 X 10 14 comparisons. Was it done this way? If so, how long did it take? Was another clustering method used? Dear Andrew, Genres: • In material written for a popular readership, does the author use appeals to emotion, one-sided examples, or rhetorically-charged language and tone? Is there an objective basis to the reasoning, or is the author merely “proving” what he or she already believes? • September 2017 • The basics • Elsevier’s Science Direct database is a primary target of Sci-Hubs copyright infringement and Elsevier has taken legal action in the US to have Sci-Hub’s domain taken down, but this has not deterred or stopped Sci-Hub’s access activity. Religious Magazines Casey S Greene Often on the move, there are multiple access points listed below – for up to date URL check the Sci-Hub Twitter page ( @Sci_Hub) or Facebook page. or check ‘ Where is Sci-hub Now?‘ • Referencing sources • Rubin DB, Schenker N. Logit-Based Interval Estimation for Binomial Data Using the Jeffreys Prior. Sociological Methodology. 1987; 17:131. doi: 10.2307/271031. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] John P.A. Ioannidis A fiasco in the making. Statnews 2020. Number of bitcoin donations per month. Menu Amazon Barnes & Noble Indiebound Apple Books • Industrial laboratory • May 2017 • Samuel Taylor Coleridge Business Management • Bookfinder • Sports 12.1% In May 2015, as part of a sweeping effort to insulate Russia from foreign influence, the Kremlin labeled Russia’s only private funder and popularizer of scientific research, the Dynasty Foundation, a “foreign agent.” Unlike much of the scientific community, Elbakyan was happy about change. However, her reaction would spark what she saw as cyberbullying from her opponents, prompting her to shut down Sci-Hub in Russia. • ^ 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. • Wired Staff • Privacy Policy • Methods • Van Noorden R. Half of 2011 papers now free to read. Nature. 2013a; 500:386–387. doi: 10.1038/500386a. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Apply Now • Contact Elected Officials • Peter Suber Kurtz In many ways, academia has itself to blame for its dilemma. Higher education is a publish-or-perish world in which administrators judge professors based on their scholarly output, basically outsourcing the validation of a scholar’s worth. That gives journals enormous intrinsic value, if not to society then to academics themselves. Brands such as the Academy of Management Annals and the Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics matter. L The court rules on the American Chemical Society suit, ordering Sci-Hub to pay $4.8 million in damages and that “any person or entity in active concert or participation” with Sci-Hub “including any Internet search engines, web hosting and Internet service providers, domain name registrars, and domain name registries, cease facilitating access” ( Schiermeier, 2017b; Brinkema L, 2017). Within five weeks, the domains,,, and were suspended by their respective domain name registries ( Silver, 2017), leaving only the Tor hidden service and several newly-registered/revealed domains in operation. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause to your activities. Unpaywall Art is definitely communication and I am very much aware that the proper word in our writing can make a major difference in understanding the concept we convey. However, I wonder what your thoughts are regarding poetry: Would you agree that in poetry, the “connotation” of a word (ie, the “feeling” that word evokes) is often more successful in conveying the message? With this in mind, don’t you agree that it is still the “precise” word selected that evokes that clarity, whether it is the actual dictionary definition or not. Technology Feature 09 JUN 20 A guide to the Nature Index • Job Openings at ACI The notion that Sci-Hub is not involved in hacking is laughable. The founder of Sci-Hub, when asked about this, disingenuously replies that Sci-Hub itself does not engage in hacking and phishing, without disputing that it relies on these to operate. More evidence that there is something big and powerful behind Sci-Hub: the Russian mafia. • Publication Ethics Why have I been blocked? images. push( imageUrl); Best of all, Apple iPhone runs iOS, the most secure and user-friendly mobile operating system, with access to the App Store for the most compelling mobile apps. Apple MacBooks and iMacs OpenCitations is an public domain resource containing scholarly citation data ( Peroni et al., 2015). OpenCitations extracts its information from the Open Access Subset of PubMed Central. In the greenelab/opencitations repository, we processed the July 25, 2017 OpenCitations data release ( Peroni and Shotton, 2016; OpenCitations, 2017a), creating a DOI–cites–DOI catalog of bibliographic references. For quality control, we removed DOIs that were not part of the Crossref-derived catalog of articles. Furthermore, we removed outgoing citations from articles published before 2015. Incoming citations to articles predating 2015 were not removed. The resulting catalog consisted of 7,312,607 citations from 200,206 recent articles to 3,857,822 referenced articles. F The article “Who’s downloading pirated papers? Everyone” by John Bohannon shows Sci-Hub is used worldwide, including in developed countries ( Bohannon, 2016b). These findings spark debate among scholars, with a large contingent of scientists supporting Sci-Hub’s mission ( Woolston, 2016; Travis, 2016). A Created by Alexandra Elbakyan, the Sci-Hub website goes live on September 5, 2011. In 2012, she struck a partnership with LibGen, which had only archived books until then. LibGen asked Elbakyan to upload the articles Sci-Hub was downloading. Then, in 2013, when Sci-Hub’s popularity began to explode in China, she started using LibGen as an offsite repository. Instead of downloading and deleting new copies of papers or buying expensive hard drives, she retooled Sci-Hub to check if LibGen had a copy of a user’s requested paper first. If so, she pulled it from its archive. Overall the reviewers were positive about the article, but they had a small number of concerns. We therefore invite you to prepare a revised submission that addresses these concerns. • ^ Himmelstein, Daniel S; Romero, Ariel Rodriguez; Levernier, Jacob G; Munro, Thomas Anthony; McLaughlin, Stephen Reid; Greshake Tzovaras, Bastian; Greene, Casey S (1 March 2018). "Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature". eLife. 7. doi: 10.7554/eLife.32822. ISSN 2050-084X. PMC 5832410. PMID 29424689. Archived from the original on 21 May 2019 . Retrieved 21 May 2019. Golf To catalog all scholarly articles, we relied on the Crossref database. Crossref is a DOI Registration Agency (an entity capable of assigning DOIs) for scholarly publishing ( Lammey, 2014). There are presently 10 Registration Agencies. We estimate that Crossref has registered 67% of all DOIs in existence. While several Registration Agencies assign DOIs to scholarly publications, Crossref is the preeminent registrar. In March 2015, of the 1,464,818 valid DOI links on the English version of Wikipedia, 99.9% were registered with Crossref ( Kikkawa et al., 2016). This percentage was slightly lower for other languages: 99.8% on Chinese Wikipedia and 98.0% on Japanese Wikipedia. Hence, the overwhelming majority of DOI-referenced scholarly articles are registered with Crossref. Since Crossref has the most comprehensive and featureful programmatic access, there was a strong incentive to focus solely on Crossref-registered DOIs. Given Crossref’s preeminence, the omission of other Registration Agencies is unlikely to substantially influence our findings. • ^ Stone, Maddie (15 June 2015). "Academic Publishing Giant Fights to Keep Science Paywalled". Gizmodo. Gawker Media. Archived from the original on 6 October 2015 . Retrieved 5 October 2015. After 30 days of the trial period: • Peercasting • - movies • ^ a b "UC terminates subscriptions with world's largest scientific publisher in push for open access to publicly funded research". 28 February 2019 . Retrieved 6 March 2019. I The American Chemical Society files suit against Sci-Hub in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Their “prayer for relief” requests that Internet search engines and Internet service providers “cease facilitating access” to Sci-Hub ( Van der Sar, 2017b; Barnes A et al., 2017). • R Johan • User Resources IMAGES: WIKIMEDIA COMMONS; NASA/JPL-CALTECH; A. CUADRA/ SCIENCE; NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI; (DIAGRAM) A. CUADRA/ SCIENCE • Music piracy • March 2018 • ^ MacDonald, Fiona (12 February 2016). "Researcher illegally shares millions of science papers free online to spread knowledge". Archived from the original on 21 August 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. Go to the website of whatever article it is you are trying to get. Here we pretend you want the article in my tweet above: Back • Online video platform • High B/T Magnet • Hamilton Beach Hey! Huge Red Queen fan here. I recently just read "Thee Dark Crowns" by Kendare Blake. It gave me some Red Queen vibes. Specifically War Storm vibes due to the political aspects. So I would try that out. • Bastian Greshake Tzovaras , • Job opportunities • Esposito JJ. Sci-Hub moves to the center of the ecosystem. [February 7, 2018]; The Scholarly Kitchen. 2017 • Demonoid Click to access doi-101016-jjacc201807002.pdf Concepts • Rovner SL. Online Access To ACS Publications Is Restored After Some Customers Were Unintentionally Blocked. [February 7, 2018]; Chemical & Engineering News. 2014 • Study skills guides Thanks, Classic Fiction (2) The total number of articles published by each journal is noted in the Crossref column. The table provides the number (Sci-Hub column) and percentage (Coverage column) of these articles that are in Sci-Hub’s repository. • • August 2009 Now consider some typical ways of organizing the sources into a review: • Right to Information • • Copernicus Services Data Hub: from 1:00 UTC to 15:00 UTC, 27-May 2020 • Creative Commons • Open gaming • Under 30 minValue <- stats$min • Cody Wilson • The SciHub website provides access to articles from almost all academic publishers, including Elsevier, Springer/Nature, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, American Chemical Society, Wiley Blackwell, and The Royal Society of Chemistry. • scintilla A state school is supported and run by a state or local government. Each of the 50 U.S. states operates at least one state university and possibly several state colleges. Many of these public universities schools have the name of the state, or the actual word “State” in their names: for example, Washington State University and the University of Michigan. 2. Private College or University • All rights reversed Esperanto • Editorial Board We defined a comprehensive set of scholarly publishing venues, referred to as “journals”, based on the Scopus database. In reality, these include conferences with proceedings as well as book series. For inclusion in this analysis, each required an ISSN and at least one article as part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly literature. Accordingly, our catalog consisted of 23,037 journals encompassing 56,755,671 articles. Of these journals, 4,598 (20.0%) were inactive (i.e. no longer publishing articles), and 2,933 were open access (12.7%). Only 70 journals were inactive and also open access. Correction: This article originally misstated the date Sci-Hub launched its new domain. In Figure 1, The letters A, B, C… refer to the following events: • About Wikipedia Russia’s weak intellectual property protection had long made it one of the largest piracy hubs among major economies. This was an advantage for Elbakyan in creating Sci-Hub, but she soon found herself watching Russia and Kazakhstan’s dialogue on piracy shift. For years, the focus had been entertainment, but now it was rapidly pivoting toward academic piracy. New anti-piracy laws, which targeted what Elbakyan saw as essential information sharing, hit home for her: in Kazakhstan, illicit file-sharing had just become punishable by up to five years in prison. She felt that the only responsible choice was to join the fray herself. We find strong evidence that Sci-Hub is primarily used to circumvent paywalls. In particular, users accessed articles from toll access journals much more frequently than open access journals. Additionally, within toll access journals, Sci-Hub provided higher coverage of articles in the closed and green categories (paywalled by the publisher) as opposed to the hybrid and bronze categories (available gratis from the publisher). Accordingly, many users likely only resort to Sci-Hub when access through a commercial database is cumbersome or costly. Finally, we observed evidence that Sci-Hub’s primary operational focus is circumventing paywalls rather than compiling all literature, as archiving was deactivated in 2015 for several journals that exemplify openness. Attesting to its success in this mission, Sci-Hub’s database already contains more toll access articles than are immediately accessible via the University of Pennsylvania, a leading research university.