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• Green, Bart N.; Johnson, Claire D.; Adams, Alan (2006). "Writing Narrative Literature Reviews for Peer-Reviewed Journals: Secrets of the Trade". Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 5 (3): 101–114. doi: 10.1016/S0899-3467(07)60142-6. PMC 2647067. PMID 19674681. Library Genesis is a so-called “shadow library”, with over five million books and papers. You can find Library Genesis links on this page. Cs Lewis Books About Christianity Don Quixote de la Mancha Bute Crawley • 24 — Thorn (Dauntless Path #1) by Intisar Khanani — YA Fantasy — From Publisher's Weekly: "Loosely inspired by the Grimms’ fairy tale “The Goose Girl,” the story follows a princess who is forced to travel to a foreign kingdom to marry a prince she’s never met, but diverted when a magical attack causes her to switch bodies with a common girl, explained Morgen. The princess must choose between her newfound freedom and saving the life of the prince—her attacker’s next target." Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR | Other Books in Series Ibid., page 8. Also see Marcia McNutt. “My Love-Hate of Sci-Hub,” Science 352, 6285 (April 29, 2016), page 497; Darek Lowe. “Thoughts on Sci-Hub;” available at:; Michael S. Rosenwald. “This Student Put 50 million Stolen Research Articles Online. And They’re Free,” The Washington Post; March 30, 2016; available at:’re-free; Michael S. Rosenwald. “Who’s Reading Millions of Stolen Research papers on the Outlaw Website Sci-Hub? Now We Know,” The Washington Post, April 28, 2016; available at:’s-reading-millions-of-stolen-research-papers-on-the-outlaw-website-sci-hub-now-we-know; Angela Cochran. “Looking for Pirates in the Sea of Content;” available at; Rebecca Reznik-Zellen. “What Sci-Hub Does Not Do;” available at: • • Your browser does not support cookies ► Oh no I certainly wouldn’t advocate using Sci-Hub inclusion as some kind of serious quality indicator. It probably just indicates that one or more libraries subscribe or include the content in their catalogues. In which case what it really means is that librarians have done a good job of collectively generating a journal whitelist. I also don’t even know if my 1-2 attempts to seek out low-quality journal articles is actually indicative of anything – but wouldn’t it be funny if Sci-Hub inclusion was just as good as say, indexing by Scopus or WOS? New England Journal of Medicine • Praxis • 1337x Weekly interest from Google Trends is plotted over time for the search terms “Sci-Hub” and “LibGen”. The light green period indicates when Sci-Hub used LibGen as its database for storing articles (Elbakyan, 2017). Light blue indicates the collection period of the Sci-Hub access logs that we analyze throughout this study (Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016). Based on these logs and newly released logs for 2017, Figure 1—figure supplement 1 shows the number of articles downloaded from Sci-Hub over time, providing an alternative look into Sci-Hub’s growth. The first pink dotted line represents the collection date of the LibGen scimag metadata used in Cabanac’s study (Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017). The second pink dotted line shows the date of Sci-Hub’s tweeted DOI catalog used in this study. The events indicated by the letters ( A), ( B), ( C) … are explained in the main text. • ^ Kwon, Diana (20 February 2018). "Sci-Hub Loses Domains and Access to Some Web Services". The Scientist Magazine. Archived from the original on 22 November 2018 . Retrieved 23 October 2018. Featured Image: Robert Driscoll International Schools Mexico

The logs do not indicate whether requests were fulfilled. However, if a requested article wasn’t in Sci-Hub’s database, Sci-Hub would have attempted to retrieve it and store it for future use. Therefore, we can estimate fulfillment rates by assuming that articles currently in Sci-Hub’s database were available in the past, at the time of request. • 1.1.4 France Kopernio is a free browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera that gives you one-click legal access to journal articles. It automatically searches your library journal subscriptions, open databases, PubMed and Google Scholar to find full-text PDFs. • Timeline It has been reported, fact, but Universities are struggling with all the hacks they face and are doing their best to try and keep their patrons credentials safe and secure. It is hard for them when they are facing hackers who force their way in or carry out spear fishing attacks or simply phish for credentials! We are talking about a very sophisticated system here with huge resources. We are trying to help them with the creation of a threat intelligence alerting system that can be used by libraries and publishers alike. PASCO Wins Three "Best of Show" Awards from NSTA and Catapult-X 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 figure

Can there be more to this story than meets the eye? 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. • ^ 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) Medicine & Professional Health • Lammey R. CrossRef developments and initiatives: an update on services for the scholarly publishing community from CrossRef. Science Editing. 2014; 1:13–18. doi: 10.6087/kcse.2014.1.13. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • William Andrew • School Search Nathaniel Winkle There is, by the way, a logical inconsistency in Sci-Hub propaganda. Al of its credentials, hundreds of thousands, are willingly donated by sympathetic Western academics. Most users are in the developing world, and lack such credentials to donate. Copyright/Content Removal • January 2014 The website Sci-Hub enables users to download PDF versions of scholarly articles, including many articles that are paywalled at their journal’s site. Sci-Hub has grown rapidly since its creation in 2011, but the extent of its coverage has been unclear. Here we report that, as of March 2017, Sci-Hub’s database contains 68.9% of the 81.6 million scholarly articles registered with Crossref and 85.1% of articles published in toll access journals. We find that coverage varies by discipline and publisher, and that Sci-Hub preferentially covers popular, paywalled content. For toll access articles, we find that Sci-Hub provides greater coverage than the University of Pennsylvania, a major research university in the United States. Green open access to toll access articles via licit services, on the other hand, remains quite limited. Our interactive browser at allows users to explore these findings in more detail. For the first time, nearly all scholarly literature is available gratis to anyone with an Internet connection, suggesting the toll access business model may become unsustainable. We filtered the access events by excluding DOIs not included in our literature catalog and omitting records that occurred before an article’s publication date. This filter preserved 26,984,851 access events for 10,293,836 distinct DOIs (97.5% of the 10,552,418 distinct prefiltered DOIs). We summarized the access events for each article using the following metrics: • Grants and Loans • All rights reversed Charles Dickens • December 2019 (90) Surface Chemistry By Arvind Arora • Repairing and Improving a Home Suber is one of the loudest voices for Open Access movement. He was one of the original architects of the 2002 Budapest Open Access Initiative statement that established the most widely used definition of Open Access: “free availability on the public internet,” with the only constraint on sharing of research being authors’ “control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited.” It also established the movement’s mandate to make Open Access the default method of publishing within a decade. And if the journals didn't exist first you wouldn't need sci-hub. Instead you would have some other repository to deal with. Depending on how that repository is managed you might still get a sci-hub option. • Save on Books • 2.3 Usage and content statistics I read the Guardian opinion piece more as a critique of the fact that there is little or no correlation between these costs and the consumer price. The United States is one of the very few developed countries where corporal punishment is officially permitted and practiced in its public schools, although the practice has been banned in an increasing number of states beginning in the 1970s. The punishment virtually always consists of spanking the buttocks of a student with a paddle in a punishment known as " paddling." [206] Students can be physically punished from kindergarten to the end of high school, meaning that even adults who have reached the age of majority are sometimes spanked by school officials. [206] Although uncommon relative to the overall U.S. student population, more than 167,000 students were paddled in the 2011–2012 school year in American public schools. [207] Virtually all paddling in public schools occurs in the Southern United States, however, with 70% of paddled students living in just five states: Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, and Georgia. [207] The practice has been on a steady decline in American schools. [208] School safety and security [ edit ] Our Othmer Library collections span nearly six miles of shelves. Photo: Science History Institute/Conrad Erb. • Organizational Management • Download a collection of articles by passing in file of article identifiers Whether linking to materials that violate copyright law "is or is not a copyright violation" doesn't have a straightforward answer, said Martin Paul Eve, professor of literature, technology and publishing at Birkbeck, University of London. On 21 January 2012, mathematician Timothy Gowers publicly announced he would boycott Elsevier, noting that others in the field have been doing so privately. The three reasons for the boycott are high subscription prices for individual journals, bundling subscriptions to journals of different value and importance, and Elsevier's support for SOPA, PIPA, and the Research Works Act. [86] [87] [88] agosto • Copyleft • Japan This 8-tesla magnet reaches some of the coldest manmade temperatures on Earth — 0.04 microkelvin, just a fraction above absolute zero. • - science • biological Cookery By Course 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. We believe this comment is comparing Figure 4 of the OA study (titled "Percentage of different access types […] per NSF discipline", also see Figure A5) with Figure 4 of our study (titled "Coverage by journal attributes"). For example, among plotted disciplines, Sci-Hub coverage is highest for chemistry, whereas oaDOI's coverage is lowest for chemistry. On the other hand, oaDOI exceeds 50% coverage of mathematics, whereas mathematics coverage is relatively low in Sci-Hub. ► • New - Microscopes & Optics No one will be allowed to read or download work from the repository, because that would breach publishers' copyright. Instead, Malamud envisages, researchers could crawl over its text and data with computer software, scanning through the world's scientific literature to pull out insights without actually reading the text. • Book • Reading Research Effectively Alexandra Elbakyan at a conference at Harvard (2010) Correction February 9, 12:45AM ET: This article has been corrected to give James Milne’s actual first name. It has also been updated to note that the Sci-Hub shutdown in Russia was temporary, and to note some traditional publishers have processing fees as well. • About 2020 21 Academic Mid Year Diaries Esperanto Then you click “open” and you should get something like this: Update Scopus to October 2017 release • - sports • list > You shall not... (b) use the Service in any unlawful manner (including without limitation in violation of any data, privacy or export control laws Sci-Hub posed a direct threat to the academic publishers’ business model In the meantime, whatever the actual connection between Sci-Hub and the Russian security apparatus, if one indeed exists, is almost irrelevant, Neumann said. Sci-Hub access logs • Morrison HG. Freedom for scholarship in the internet age. [February 7, 2018]; Simon Fraser University. 2012 The lack of access to so much research represents “a fundamental barrier to progress”, Kopernio co-founder Peter Vincent said in an interview published on Imperial College London’s website in May. New England Journal of Medicine Sci-Hub's interface is perceived by users as providing a superior user experience and convenience compared to the typical interfaces available to users who have access to a paid subscription. [10] • Personal statement Literary technique and literary device are used by authors to produce specific effects. Jane Austen • September 2010 Legal Open Access activists like Suber have disagreed with this limited interpretation of Open Access. “The benefits of OA come from sharing with the public, or with everyone who might want to read your research, cite it, apply it, or build on it,” not just SCNs, he says. Streaming programs • Doing a literature review Merchandise Adventure • Historical Review Regarding the hypothesis, "the more likely a paper is to be found on the web, the less likely it is in Sci-Hub", we evaluate this directly in the "Coverage by category of access status" section. This hypothesis appears true for most types of gratis web access. Compared to closed articles, bronze, hybrid, and gold OA articles are less likely to be in Sci-Hub. However, green articles (available without charge, but not from the publisher) do not seem have lower coverage than closed articles in Sci-Hub. The conclusion from the reviewers' comparison could therefore be rephrased as "the less gratis availability of a discipline's articles on the web (according to oaDOI), the greater the coverage on Sci-Hub." One possibility is that researchers from disciplines with poor oaDOI coverage more frequently encounter access problems, leading to greater awareness and usage of Sci-Hub. • Archive Back