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An important factor here is the rate at which Sci-Hub adoption will grow. Our manuscript now includes two distinct metrics for assessing Sci-Hub's annual growth: 79% according to download statistics provided by Sci-Hub and 88% according to peak Google search interest following service outage. In addition, Sci-Hub released access logs for 2017, which we analyze in Figure 1—figure supplement 1 to show how Sci-Hub downloads per days have increased over time. We observe rapid growth in 2017, peaking in July 2017 with an average of 593,880 downloads per day. Combining the new Sci-Hub log data with information from the Penn Libraries, we calculate that Sci-Hub usage for electronic access to scholarly articles exceeds Penn's usage by a ratio of 20:1. We now discuss how Sci-Hub usage could lead to subscription cancellations by affecting the usage metrics and feedback librarians use to evaluate subscriptions. Finally, we discuss the growth of green open access, composed of preprints and postprints, which may also diminish the need for subscription access. {{courseNav.course.mDynamicIntFields.lessonCount}} lessons • Media Relations • By subject area • https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/der-ursprung-des-menschen-4991.pdf • Silver A. Sci-Hub domains inactive following court order. [February 7, 2018]; The Register. 2017 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/11/23/scihubs_become_inactive_following_court_order/ PMID: • Mental Health in Academia Diana Gabaldon 91.9% • Microscopes & Optics


• Free-software license https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/de-weg-naar-wijsheid-8381.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/blue-and-green-cities-4877.pdf Her inspirations also took a slightly more nationalistic bent. Elbakyan studied the writings of Russian neurofuturist thinkers like Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky. In 2011, she attempted to create a Russian-language PLOS-style Open Access journal. (She failed to find enough scientists who were interested.) Later that year, Elbakyan even applied to the Skolkovo Innovation Center, Russia’s self-styled answer to Silicon Valley. As a benchmark, we decided to compare Sci-Hub’s coverage to the access provided by a major research library. Since we were unaware of any studies that comprehensively profiled library access to scholarly articles, we collaborated with Penn Libraries to assess the extent of access available at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). Penn is a private research university located in Philadelphia and founded by the open science pioneer Benjamin Franklin in 1749. It is one of the world’s wealthiest universities, with an endowment of over $10 billion. According to the Higher Education Research and Development Survey, R&D expenditures at Penn totaled $1.29 billion in 2016, placing it third among U.S. colleges and universities. In 2017, Penn Libraries estimates that it spent $13.13 million on electronic resources, which includes subscriptions to journals and ebooks. During this year, its users accessed 7.3 million articles and 860 thousand ebook chapters, averaging a per-download cost of $1.61. https://www.pseb.ac.in/ Of course, after reading a scientific article / paper you’ll want to reference it in your essay. • To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summaries: Part 2 • switch to the • https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/berlin-alexanderplatz-1139.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/boo-scared-you-3529.pdf


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Virtual backgrounds are easy to use on Zoom, which has been facing several security and privacy issues amid the surge in use since so many people began working from home during the coronavirus pandemic. There are no size restrictions for virtual backgrounds, but you should crop the image to match the aspect ratio of your camera. Show less • parent • https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bestiarium-3592.pdf We know that, at one UK University, Sci-Hub managed to get six passwords through a 48-hour dictionary attack on their system. Then, over a weekend (when spikes in usage are less likely to come to the attention of publishers or library technical departments) they accessed 350 publisher websites and made 45,092 PDF requests. In another attack, the hackers not only broke into their database; they changed the names and passwords of profiles. Another institution told us an intruder changed the cell phone numbers linked to the user accounts and also planted malware, meaning that all their computers needed to be completely wiped. In addition, we have evidence that Sci-Hub is bombarding university IT systems, often for days on end, without the knowledge of compromised users. These sites were targeted by a single attack via a compromised university user account. As noted in that article, the traffic they take away from legitimate sources can be a problem for those journals. Predatory publishing houses, whose presentation in phishing mails is quite professional, offer scientists Open Access (OA) publication of their scientific studies at a cost, whereby they imply that their papers will be peer reviewed. No peer review is carried out, and the articles are published on the web site of these “publishing houses”, which however are not listed in the usual search engines such as PubMed. Every scientist in Germany finds several such invitations per day in his or her e-mails. If you are a scientist and receive none, you should be worried about it. Continue reading → Teaching Quadrilaterals At this time the widest possible distribution of research papers, as well as of other scientific or educational sources, is artificially restricted by copyright laws. Such laws effectively slow down the development of science in human society. The Sci-Hub project, running from 5th September 2011, is challenging the status quo. At the moment, Sci-Hub provides access to hundreds of thousands research papers every day, effectively bypassing any paywalls and restrictions.


• 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 https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/4355308/8/23/elsevier-inc-v-sci-hub/ Charles Dickens Coverage by oaDOI access status is shown for Sci-Hub, PennText, and the union of Sci-Hub and PennText. Each panel refers to a different State of OA collection, with Combined referring to the union of the Crossref, Unpaywall, and Web of Science collections. The Sci-Hub section of the Combined panel is the same as Figure 7. Impressively, Sci-Hub’s coverage of the closed articles in the Web of Science collection was 97.8%. This remarkable coverage likely reflects that these articles were published from 2009–2015 and classified as citable items by Web of Science, which is selective when indexing journals ( Mongeon and Paul-Hus, 2015). Note that PennText does not have complete coverage of bronze, hybrid, and gold articles, which should be the case were all metadata systems perfect. These anomalies likely result from errors in both PennText (whose accuracy we estimated at 88.2%) and oaDOI (whose accuracy the State of OA study estimated at 90.4%, i.e. Table 1 of ( Piwowar et al., 2018) reports 5 false positives and 43 false negatives on oaDOI calls for 500 articles). DOI Smart Cities https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bijbels-hebreeuws-h-jagersma-5194.pdf https://www.bigw.com.au/product/enid-blyton-famous-five-series-21-books-collection-box-set/p/626279/ https://www.bachelorandmaster.com/englishperiods/romantic-poets.html https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/der-pfadfinder-grossdruck-1206.pdf • Van der Sar E. Sci-Hub, BookFi and LibGen Resurface After Being Shut Down. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2015c https://torrentfreak.com/sci-hub-and-libgen-resurface-after-being-shut-down-151121/ • Prize system • • Understand the possible effects if your students use Sci-Hub, LibGen, aaaarg.fail, etc. Libraries need to block access to Sci-Hub from within their firewalls. Libraries typically have firewalls that protect from outside intrusions, but if a user within the firewall brings in PDFs, this can open a door in the firewall that is open to two-way traffic. 356,323


• When in-text citations are incorporated into your lab report, you must always have the full citations included in a separate reference list. The reference list is a separate section that comes after your conclusion (and before any appendices). • 2.1 Test performance https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bertille-louis-4637.pdf Dept Of Technical Education West Bengal https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/demain-une-glise-sans-prtre-9331.pdf • Hosts material without regard to copyright • Discussion • Electricity What is Library Genesis? https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/blood-ivy-5697.pdf The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson • • • You, the reader • Group working https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/biarritz-5682.pdf • DeMarco JV, Hirschberg DM, Sen U. Complaint – Document #1 of Elsevier Inc. v. Sci-Hub – Case 1:15-cv-04282-RWS. [February 7, 2018]; Southern District Court of New York. 2015a https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/4355308/1/elsevier-inc-v-sci-hub/ https://www.insider.com/interesting-things-you-didnt-know-about-the-hunger-games-2019-4 https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/de-wijsheid-van-father-brown-4127.pdf “They just started launching just really personal and low bar attacks on me personally, calling me names, spreading false information about me, calling me crazy, etc.” So she threw them out. Library Genesis • American literature I’ve never used Sci-Hub. Does anyone know for certain that *all* of the materials found on it are publicly funded? That is certainly not the case with other pirate sites, although these tend not to be associated exclusively with scientific articles (as opposed to books in the humanities, for example, many of which are not publicly funded – nor are their authors) the way Sci-Hub is. So I’m genuinely curious about this question. Writing as someone whose work is not publicly funded and is pirated, and who notices that a lot of discussions amongst people such as the readers of SC assume that everyone else receives public funding for their work the way they themselves do. Profits and market caps for the publishers have also swelled. Elsevier’s parent comapny RELX Group, for example, boasts a nearly $35 billion market cap. It has reported a nearly 39 percent profit margin for its scientific publishing arm — which dwarfs, by comparison, the margins of tech titans such as Apple, Google, and Ama zon. Next The State of OA study ascertained the accessibility status of each DOI in each collection using oaDOI ( Piwowar et al., 2018; Piwowar et al., 2017). Articles for which oaDOI did not identify a fulltext were considered “closed”. Otherwise, articles were assigned a color/status of bronze, green, hybrid, or gold. oaDOI classifies articles not available from their publisher’s site as either green or closed. The version of oaDOI used in the State of OA study identified green articles by searching PubMed Central and BASE. Readers should note that this implementation likely undercounts green articles, especially if considering articles available from academic social networks as green. Recent citation catalog Request a detailed protocol • Conclusions and recommendations https://ludwig.guru/s/in+the+extant+literature 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. • Cars https://literature.britishcouncil.org/writer/raymond-briggs "I also found the idea of open access in science very inspiring, and I even dreamed of start(ing) my own open access journal," she said. "That was a year before I created Sci-Hub. And it was not related to Aaron, [but if Swartz were alive], who knows—perhaps he would became one of my good friends and collaborators? His writing on open access is good." The European Commission included Sci-Hub in its "Piracy Watch List". [36] Website [ edit ] Next https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/dernier-parking-avant-la-plage-6983.pdf My own philosophy for life comes from the art of storytelling. I persevere in participating publicly in a hostile world by knowing that good always outweighs evil. This seemingly naive notion is proven by the stories every despot or mass murderer must tell of themselves. https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/beylage-zu-dangeuil-biblische-betrachtungen-brocken-gedanken-uber-meinen-lebenslauf-briefe-2422.pdf Find sources: "EducationUSA" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR ( March 2015) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) • العربية { https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/blog-5115.pdfhttps://www.tallstories.org.uk/the-gruffalo https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/de-vrouwenslagerij-ilja-gort.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/blanche-neige-9254.pdf Next • • Aimee Comas • Deluge • Branches of the U.S. Government https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/de-weg-omhoog-en-de-strijd-om-vrijheid-2036.pdf Our Mutual Friend • - gaming • https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bijzonder-wonder-3920.pdf • KickassTorrents • New - Chemistry • Mobile view 22,600 https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/ber-die-seele-de-anima-8939.pdf If a defendant knows that Sci-Hub, or material on it, is illegal, then they have the requisite knowledge. The question then becomes whether they "induced" or "materially contributed" to someone's infringement, said Hardy. • Iowa Real Estate Licensing: Types & Requirements Judging from donations, many users appear to value Sci-Hub’s service. In the past, Sci-Hub accepted donations through centralized and regulated payment processors such as PayPal, Yandex, WebMoney, and QiQi ( DeMarco et al., 2015a; Woltermann, 2015). Now however, Sci-Hub only advertises donation via Bitcoin, presumably to avoid banking blockades or government seizure of funds. Since the ledger of Bitcoin transactions is public, we can evaluate the donation activity to known Sci-Hub addresses (1K4t2vSBSS2xFjZ6PofYnbgZewjeqbG1TM, 14ghuGKDAPdEcUQN4zuzGwBUrhQgACwAyA, 1EVkHpdQ8VJQRpQ15hSRoohCztTvDMEepm). We find that, prior to 2018, these addresses have received 1,232 donations, totaling 94.494 ( Figure 10). Using the US dollar value at the time of transaction confirmation, Sci-Hub has received an equivalent of $69,224 in bitcoins. 85.467 bitcoins have been withdrawn from the Sci-Hub addresses via 174 transactions. Since the price of bitcoins has risen, the combined US dollar value at time of withdrawal was $421,272. At the conclusion of 2017, the Sci-Hub accounts had an outstanding balance of 9.027 bitcoins, valued at roughly $120,000. In response to this study’s preprint ( Himmelstein et al., 2017a), Sci-Hub tweeted: “the information on donations … is not very accurate, but I cannot correct it: that is confidential.” Therefore, presumably, Sci-Hub has received considerable donations via alternative payment systems or to unrevealed Bitcoin addresses, which our audit did not capture. Since we do not know the identity of the depositors, another possibility would be that Sci-Hub transfered bitcoins from other addresses it controlled to the identified donation addresses. We asked the spokesman of the illegal e-book website Sci-Hub about open access, the future of copyright, the money policy of Elsevier and other publishing houses and last, but not least Alexandra Elbakyan’s role as something of a Jeanne d´Arc of piracy. The interview was performed by our visiting author Manuel Bonik. EXPANDED ACCESS DURING COVID-19 https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bientt-cest-nol-9252.pdf SciHub April 2020 • The Open Access Button does something very similar to Unpaywall, with some major differences. They search thousands of public repositories, and if the article is not in any of them they send a request to the author to make the paper publicly available with them. The more people try to find an article through them, the more requests an author gets. You can search for articles/papers directly from their page, or download their browser extension. • • What results were obtained? -7.871241 38.544475, • December 2018 Elsevier doesn’t oppose Open Access, says the Coalition for Responsible Sharing’s Milne. “I can say with confidence that all the members of the Coalition (Elsevier included) embrace open access,” Milne says. (He refused to answer any line of questioning that focused too heavily on any one publisher’s actions.) Every one of the members of the coalition has their own Open Access journals. And they all also allow scientists to upload a copy of preprint, non-peer-reviewed papers to Open Access archives. https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/der-kleine-hey-die-kunst-des-sprechens-1-dvd-rom-7099.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/delicious-60-x-ovenrecepten-3972.pdf As a consequence of a critical anomaly at ground segment level, the restoration service of the Copernicus Sentinel-2 long term archived products is degraded since the night between 05 and 06 June and has been temporarily suspended as of yesterday evening. • ^ a b Murphy, Kate (12 March 2016). "Should All Research Papers Be Free?". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Archived from the original on 31 October 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. http://sci-hub.tw ► https://thebestschools.org/features/50-influential-scientists-world-today/ 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. • ^ "Science Europe – cOAlition S". www.scienceeurope.org . Retrieved 15 September 2018. A literature review is an account of what has been published on a topic by accredited scholars and researchers. Occasionally you will be asked to write one as a separate assignment (sometimes in the form of an annotated bibliography—see the bottom of the next page), but more often it is part of the introduction to an essay, research report, or thesis. In writing the literature review, your purpose is to convey to your reader what knowledge and ideas have been established on a topic, and what their strengths and weaknesses are. As a piece of writing, the literature review must be defined by a guiding concept (e.g., your research objective, the problem or issue you are discussing, or your argumentative thesis). It is not just a descriptive list of the material available, or a set of summaries 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. • Terms & Conditions Number of papers downloaded from Sci-Hub per capita by country (September 2015 to February 2016) [12] [3] https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/402536-switching-to-ocr-english-literature-from-pearson-edexcel-.pdf I maintain that if you subtract state piracy in China and proxy Sci-Hub activity in Iran, the majority of Sci-Hub activity, as seen on the map linked to above, can be found amongst individual scholars in Western countries and not individuals in the developing world. It’s an unsubstantiated claim, backed up by evidence such as the usage map. I invite anyone to refute it. • Suber P. MIT Press; 2017. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/open-access [ Google Scholar] • Identity Theft • October 2016 • Pollution Issues https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bommel-8818.pdf • May 2019 (57) https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bonos-kleine-denkcursus-2679.pdf The figure shows the number of articles in LibGen scimag, according to its TimeAdded field, for two database dumps. The number of articles added per day for the January 1, 2014 LibGen database dump was provided by Cabanac and corresponds to Figure 1 of (Cabanac, 2016). Notice the major discrepancy whereby articles from the April 7, 2017 database dump were added at later dates. Accordingly, we hypothesize that the TimeAdded field is replaced upon modification, making it impossible to assess date of first upload. • 8. Writing the literature review https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/de-weg-van-de-heks-5436.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/defining-a-macroeconomic-framework-for-the-euro-area-5252.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bonnes-nouvelles-des-conspirateurs-du-futur-4564.pdf • - Jokes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science_for_the_People • Peer review • • US Reference list • Distro BSD (13) “We are building the future of social science scholarly communication,” added SocArXiv director Philip Cohen, a sociologist at the University of Maryland, which serves as the archive’s institutional home. “It’s past time for social scientists – and sociologists in particular – to bring their work out into the open, to make it better, faster, more accountable, and more transparent.” • Galvin, J. (2006). Writing literature reviews: A guide for students of the social and behavioral sciences https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Gao_Xingjian Coverage of Penn Libraries https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/depuis-quelle-est-morte-elle-va-beaucoup-mieux-4395.pdf Genres: • About the U.S. • - Music • The cost of donating credentials is often very high to the user; in a federated access environment, the password for access to resources will most probably also be that for access to personal and financial information. There is a clear data protection law breach risk if someone passes such information to a third party without permission, and as a recent Morrisons supermarket data protection case has shown, the employer ends up with the liability for a data protection breach initiated by an employee. The publishers’ sales teams have heard “individual institutions and consortiums” name-drop Researchgate and pirate sites like Sci-Hub to get leverage in price negotiations Great Expectations https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/derrida-searle-1255.pdf http://sci-hub.ga (7) https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/educationday With DuckDuckGo and Web Archive, I’ve found many papers as pdf and fixed lots of permanent dead links on Wikipedia! 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. https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/blijf-af-4055.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/big-book-of-illinois-ghost-stories-8336.pdf Hosts material without regard to copyright Since each article is unique, libraries cannot substitute one journal subscription for another without depriving their users of potentially crucial access. As a result, the price of journal subscriptions has grown at a faster rate than inflation for several decades ( Association of Research Libraries, 2017), leading to an ever-present “serials crisis” that has pushed library budgets to their brink while diverting funds from other services ( Roth, 1990). Meanwhile, publishing has trended towards oligopoly ( Larivière et al., 2015), with nondisclosure clauses obfuscating price information among subscribers ( Bergstrom et al., 2014) while publishers profit immensely ( Morrison, 2012; Buranyi, 2017; Van Noorden, 2013b). Price increases have persisted over the last decade ( Bosch and Henderson, 2017; Lawson et al., 2015; Lawson, 2017a). For example, EBSCO estimates that per-journal subscription costs increased by 25% from 2013–2017, with annual subscription to a journal for research libraries now averaging $1,396 ( EBSCO, 2017). Concepts To support researchers during this challenging time in which many are unable to get to physical libraries, we have expanded our free read-online access to 100 articles per month through December 31, 2020. • • Intel As of spring 2016, there are 2.3 million homeschooled students in the United States. It is appearing that homeschooling is a continuing trend in the US with a 2 percent to 8 percent per annum over the past few years [124] Many select moral or religious reasons for homeschooling their children. The second main category is unschooling, those who prefer a non-standard approach to education. [123] This is a parent-led type of schooling that takes place at home and is now boarding a mainstream form of education in the United States. The Demography for homeschoolers has a variety of people; these are atheists, Christians, and Mormons; conservatives, libertarians, and liberals; low-, middle-, and high-income families; black, Hispanic, and white; parents with PhDs, GEDs, and no high-school diplomas. One study shows that 32 percent of homeschool students are Black, Asian, Hispanic, and others (i.e., not White/non-Hispanic). There is no required taxes on this form of education and most homeschooled families spend an average of $600 per student for their education [125] • clear aisle width of 42 to 48 inches sufficient to maneuver a wheelchair https://www.waterstones.com/book/battlefield-of-the-mind/joyce-meyer/9780340954225 • Submit Manuscript • How To Pronounce Sci-fantasy • Workshops Library Resource Officer Digital Minimalism Buy Sci-Hub was founded by Alexandra Elbakyan in 2011 in Kazakhstan in response to the high cost of research papers behind paywalls. The site is extensively used worldwide. [2] [3] In September 2019, the site's owners said that it served approximately 400,000 requests per day. [5] The number of articles claimed is frequently updated on the site's home page, being over 81 million in April 2020. Adam Bede 2-3. Elbakyan is a mad person, but she is honest and sincere in her motivations. Your conspiracy is fundamentally wrong, you make an impression of a person who never experienced the paywall barriers in his research. • Lines and paragraphs break automatically. The figure shows the number of articles in LibGen scimag, according to its TimeAdded field, for two database dumps. The number of articles added per day for the January 1, 2014 LibGen database dump was provided by Cabanac and corresponds to Figure 1 of ( Cabanac, 2016). Notice the major discrepancy whereby articles from the April 7, 2017 database dump were added at later dates. Accordingly, we hypothesize that the TimeAdded field is replaced upon modification, making it impossible to assess date of first upload. Art objects • When Elsevier’s first shot across Elbakyan’s bow splashed down, the publisher already had gotten serious about pressuring internet service providers and payment services to enforce privacy. But it wasn’t the first time the publisher had pulled these strong-arm tactics. In fact, Elsevier was leading the way among academic publishers. SciHub April 2020 - https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/big-blank-cookbook-4796.pdf Support for open-access science publishing extends beyond Sci-Hub; Plan S is an initiative launched by Science Europe on 4 September 2018. [56] [57] It is an initiative of "cOAlition S", [58] a consortium launched by major national research agencies and funders from twelve European countries. The plan requires scientists and researchers who benefit from state-funded research organisations and institutions to publish their work in open repositories or in journals that are available to all by 2021. [59] The initiative is not a law. [60] Icelandic • 1 Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States. I will be more “conscious” of my word choice in the future! https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/der-philosophische-sinn-2153.pdf http://sci-hub.fun https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bilanz-schlssel-8407.pdf Completed? No • Owl Pellets Women's Health http://www.get.pokergo.com/pearson_mastering_chemistry_answer_key.pdf As for the publishers, it seems their attention may be shifting to scientists themselves. We all want to learn topics based on our interests, that comes often through books. Unfortunately, most books are paid and are often expensive. Not all of the sites here are free, some require registration, or donations, but most are. I am going to give you several sites that offer you free books, articles, comics, magazines and other resources this includes academic book as fictional. Also not all of the books you have searched for will be present, some of the newer ones will be uploaded with time for example. This are the links that are active at the time of writing the article, although this could change in the future. The reader can check the list of the sites with links: Feeling the pinch from the current economy? Carolina understands. That’s why we’ve put together 8 fun, educational activities that won’t wreck your budget. https://www.sarkarinaukriexams.com/up-board-class-10th-12th-exam-time-table • Riley McGoldrick Die Empfehlungen der Statistiker: Yvonne Nobis is Head of Science Information Services at the Betty and Gordon Moore Library where she has been involved in many open initiatives over the last eight years. Prior to becoming a librarian she was a publisher for both Elsevier and Proquest. Q: Do you really foresee a time when librarians would endorse Sci-Hub over paying for journal access? • Creative Commons Each year and each class is a new beginning. Remember what worked and what didn’t. Be creative and make the lab experience enjoyable for both you and your students. Visit Carolina at Lab Supplies & Equipment to see everything Carolina offers to support you in the science lab. https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bons-baisers-des-colonies-9981.pdf Great Expectations • Helpdesk http://80.82.77.84 Get Shadow and Bone from Amazon for $3.68, Barnes & Noble for $7.69, or a local bookseller through Indiebound here. https://techcrunch.com/2011/08/09/kindle-cloud-reader/ https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/besluit-bouwwerken-leefomgeving-j-h-g-van-den-broek-9103.pdf https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/beterschap-3422.pdf • Owl Pellet Food Webs: A Model of Energy and Mass Transfer The American Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS) is published by Science Huβ that publishes, in English, high-quality research articles, review papers and short communications. Contributions are considered for evaluation on the understanding that they are original and not being considered for publication elsewhere. Read Journal https://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/democracy-in-the-caribbean-6263.pdf Sci-Hub was founded by Alexandra Elbakyan in 2011 in Kazakhstan in response to the high cost of research papers behind paywalls. The site is extensively used worldwide. [2] [3] In September 2019, the site's owners said that it served approximately 400,000 requests per day. [5] The number of articles claimed is frequently updated on the site's home page, being over 81 million in April 2020. • • Catalogs • Van Noorden R. Alexandra Elbakyan: Paper pirate. Nature. 2016 doi: 10.1038/540507a. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Penn Libraries uses the Alma library resource management system from Ex Libris. Alma includes an OpenURL resolver, which the Penn Libraries use to provide a service called PennText for looking up scholarly articles. PennText indicates whether an article’s fulltext is available online, taking into account Penn’s digital subscriptions. Using API calls to PennText’s OpenURL resolver, we retrieved Penn’s access status for the 290,120 articles analyzed by the State of OA study (see the greenelab/library-access repository). We randomly selected 500 of these articles to evaluate manually and assessed whether their fulltexts were available from within Penn’s network as well as from outside of any institutional network. We defined access as fulltext availability at the location redirected to by an article’s DOI, without providing any payment, credentials, or login information. This definition is analogous to the union of oaDOI’s gold, hybrid, and bronze categories. • Writing a literature review 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. https://www.goodreads.com/series/43943-outlanderhttps://nikolaassodachanh1992.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/boekhouden-en-financile-analyse-voor-ziekenhuizen-3205.pdf Sci-Hub has responded to this post with a terse statement on Twitter: Current status - 1 = “Low” = Algorithm has low to no confidence that this condition exists (0-33 percent confidence) • Gnutella 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. https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/the-poison-jungle-wings-of-fire-book-13 For over 80 years, Carolina has been providing the highest-quality living organisms and cultures available. • Places each source in the context of its contribution to the understanding of the specific issue, area of research, or theory under review.