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March Please take a look at the excellent work that Research4Life and EIFL carry out. and and Taken together, universities’ subscriptions to academic journals often cost $500,000 to $2 million. Even Harvard said in 2012 that it couldn’t afford journals’ rising fees, citing, in particular, two publishers that had inflated their rates by 145 percent within six years. Germany’s University of Konstanz dropped its subscription to Elsevier’s journals in 2014, saying its prices had increased by 30 percent in five years. • ^ Henderson, Emma (15 February 2016). "Pirate website offering millions of academic papers for free refuses to close despite lawsuit". The Independent. Independent Print Limited. Archived from the original on 17 February 2016 . Retrieved 15 February 2016. • How To Pronounce Sci-fi universes The Scholarly Kitchen is a moderated and independent blog. Opinions on The Scholarly Kitchen are those of the authors. They are not necessarily those held by the Society for Scholarly Publishing nor by their respective employers. • Starting the research process • ^ 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. Main article: Charter schools in the United States Biotechnology The account you used to log in on the previous website does not contain IRC access. • October 2015 • 1.1.5 Belgium We tidied the Scopus Journal Metrics, which evaluate journals based on the number of citations their articles receive. Specifically, we extracted a 2015 CiteScore for 22,256 titles, 17,336 of which were included in our journal catalog. Finally, we queried the Elsevier API to retrieve homepage URLs for 20,992 Scopus titles. See dhimmel/scopus for the source code and data relating to Scopus. • ^ a b c d Rosenwald, Michael S. (30 March 2016). "This student put 50 million stolen research articles online. And they're free". The Washington Post. Archived from the original on 14 April 2019 . Retrieved 12 December 2018. The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Tue, 19 May 2020 17:13:02 GMT) If you’re looking to access an article behind a paywall, the only way to get it legally is to pay, says Peter Suber, director of Harvard’s Open Access Project. But there is a gray area: you can ask an author for a copy. (Most academics will oblige.) Aside from either that or finding articles published in free Open Access journals, the next best option is to find pre-publication copies of papers that authors have put in open-access repositories like Cornell’s • AskReddit Maybe you meant to write "bookstore" rather than "library"? I know it is a false friend in some languages. The comparison works better with bookstores anyway, since they are for-profit and selling books is their main source of profit. We’d like to thank the individuals, not listed as authors, who provided comments on GitHub issues or pull requests. Specifically, Ross Mounce, Richard Smith-Unna, Guillaume Cabanac, and Stuart Taylor provided valuable input while the study was underway. In addition, we’re grateful to GitHub for offering gratis Large File Storage as part of their education program. • Sutton C. Is free inevitable in scholarly communication?: The economics of open access. College & Research Libraries News. 2011; 72:642–645. doi: 10.5860/crln.72.11.8671. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Nintendo We're sorry! 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. Join Now • Lifestyle I’m confused by some of the assertions made in this article. Perhaps the presentation at SSP 2018 provided more details. ► • Enabling or linking to piracy • ^ a b c Kravets, David (3 April 2016). "A spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz is angering publishers all over again". Archived from the original on 11 January 2017 . Retrieved 29 August 2016. Chinese (China) Pronunciation • August 2009 Sci-Hub has been lauded by some [7] in the scientific, academic, and publishing communities [8] for providing access to knowledge generated by the scientific community. Others have criticized it for violating copyright, [3] [9] threatening the economic viability of publishers, [10] potentially compromising universities' network security and jeopardizing legitimate access to papers by university staff. [11] The American Journal of Food and Nutrition (AJFN) published by Science Huβ publishes, in English, high-quality research articles, review papers and short communications. 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The fact that the city in the world which downloads the most documents from Sci-Hub is a minor city in Iran suggests that there is more going on here than a few academics without access to scholarly material. "color":"#00a000", Close The Highlight • All Gifts • What methods have they used to study the problem? • Reflective writing in Education • sci-hub .st The newsletters are released every 2 months and are archived on our newsletters page, where you can explore all the news you might have missed. Find information about venues that host readings and author events, including bookstores, bars, cafes, libraries, literary arts centers, and more. The Reading Venues database includes details about how to schedule your own reading, admission fees, audience size, parking and transit information, and more. • Grant finder Sci- Hub's continued existence will pose a challenge for the science publishing business. Libraries won't immediately start canceling subscriptions and encouraging their students to pirate papers. • reddit premium Himmelstein DS, Rubinetti V, Slochower DR, Hu D, Malladi VS, Greene CS, Gitter A. Himmelstein DS, et al. PLoS Comput Biol. 2019 Jun 24;15(6):e1007128. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007128. eCollection 2019 Jun. PLoS Comput Biol. 2019. PMID: 31233491 Free PMC article. • Historical Election Results Mathematics (9) • Back • • This website has a g reat selection of modern and classic books waiting to be discovered. Name • Signposting 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. Elsevier steadily shut down student accounts whose credentials Elbakyan was using to access Elsevier’s database, Science Direct. By doing this, it had “vastly reduced” her access to its articles. On Sci-Hub’s Twitter page, Elbakyan even complained about this, saying that “[due] to the huge amount of accounts that were closed recently we were forced to introduce limits on the maximum number of users, especially foreigners.” She had to prioritize the access of “former USSR countries,” says Elbakyan. “Access from China and Iran was blocked for some time because Sci-Hub couldn’t serve as many requests as were coming from these countries. She also made Sci-Hub inaccessible to Americans (except those using VPNs) — in part because of the number of download requests, but also because she wanted to avoid becoming a target for lawsuits. • Van der Sar E. New Lawsuit Demands ISP Blockades Against “Pirate” Site Sci-Hub. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2017b Please read the Instructions for Author before submitting your manuscript. ### Coverage of Penn Libraries • • Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing: Open Access ( ISSN 2470-0983 ) In addition, the prevalence of open access has been increasing, while Sci-Hub preferentially covers articles in toll access journals. Figure 6—figure supplement 1 tracks yearly coverage separately for articles in toll and open access journals. Toll access coverage exceeded 80% every year since 1950 except for 2016 and 2017. For both toll and open articles, the recent dropoff in coverage appears to begin in 2014 ( Figure 6—figure supplement 1) compared to 2010 when calculated across all articles ( Figure 6). We speculate this discrepancy results from the proliferation of obscure, low-quality journals over the last decade ( Shen and Björk, 2015), as these journals generally issue DOIs but are not indexed in Scopus, and therefore would be included in Figure 6 but not in Figure 6—figure supplement 1. In addition to having limited readership demand, these journals are generally open access, and thus less targeted by Sci-Hub. Surveys from 2016 suggest awareness and usage of Sci-Hub was not yet commonplace ( Travis, 2016; Mejia et al., 2017). However, adoption appears to be growing. According to Elbakyan, the number of Sci-Hub downloads increased from 42 million in 2015 to 75 million in 2016, equating to a 79% gain ( Van Noorden, 2016). Comparing the search interest peaks following D and L in Figure 1, which both correspond to domain outages and hence existing users searching how to access Sci-Hub, we estimate annual growth of 88%. As per Figure 1—figure supplement 1, Sci-Hub averaged 185,243 downloads per day in January–February 2016, whereas in 2017 daily downloads averaged 458,589. Accordingly, the ratio of Sci-Hub to Penn Libraries downloads in 2017 was 20:1. In addition, adoption of Sci-Hub or similar sites could accelerate due to new technical burdens on authorized access (the flip side of anti-piracy measures) ( Davis, 2016; Esposito, 2016), crackdowns on article sharing via academic social networks ( Singh Chawla, 2017a; Singh Chawla, 2017b), or large-scale subscription cancellations by libraries ( Esposito, 2017). Will Sci-Hub push the industry toward an open-access model, where reader authentication is unnecessary? That’s not clear, Harvard’s Suber says. Although Sci-Hub helps a great many researchers, he notes, it may also carry a “strategic cost” for the open-access movement, because publishers may take advantage of “confusion” over the legality of open-access scholarship in general and clamp down. “Lawful open access forces publishers to adapt,” he says, whereas “unlawful open access invites them to sue instead.” • Articles of Confederation (notes or short paragraph) • • Instructions for Authors • ^ "Upcoming Elsevier Cancellations". University of North Carolina . Retrieved 9 April 2020. We used DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) to uniquely identify articles. The Sci-Hub and LibGen scimag repositories also uniquely identify articles by their DOIs, making DOIs the natural primary identifier for our analyses. The DOI initiative began in 1997, and the first DOIs were registered in 2000 ( International DOI Foundation, 2017; Wang, 2007). Note that DOIs can be registered retroactively. For example, Antony van Leewenhoeck’s discovery of protists and bacteria — published in 1677 by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London ( van Leewenhoeck, 1677) — has a DOI (10.1098/rstl.1677.0003), retroactively assigned in 2006. Valuable information is virtually costless to copy and yet you can be locked away in a cage by men with guns for accessing it. It's not far off from how North Korea handles people found with Western media. That's what the commenter above is advocating against. • BitTorrent • Staff Search ► 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? • ILTS Streaming programs — Tasha Brandstatter Julie & Julia (dir. Nancy Meyers) adapted from Julie & Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen by Julie Powell • Anonymous P2P No single publisher embodies the consolidation, and the increase of costs, more than Elsevier, the biggest and most powerful scientific publisher in the world. The Dutch company now publishes nearly half a million articles in its 3,000 journals, including the influential Cell, Current Biology, and The Lancet. • OpenCitations 2017a. OCC dataset of all the identifiers, made on 2017-07-25. Figshare. 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This system — originally developed for the Deep Review to enable collaborative writing on GitHub ( Ching et al., 2017) — uses continuous analysis to fetch reference metadata and rebuild the manuscript upon changes ( Beaulieu-Jones and Greene, 2017). • ^ American Guerrilla (16 May 2016). "Sci-Hub Offers Encrypted Bot to Help Users Stay Safe - Deep Dot Web". Archived from the original on 18 November 2018. • Syngress • General comments In the interests of transparency, eLife includes the editorial decision letter and accompanying author responses. A lightly edited version of the letter sent to the authors after peer review is shown, indicating the most substantive concerns; minor comments are not usually included. That very process which I’ve just outlined is, in abbreviated form, the process we all must go through in learning every single word we know. • Lawrence Lessig Victoria Aveyard Mailing Address • State, County, and Municipal Courts • Lawson S. Access, ethics and piracy. Insights the UKSG Journal. 2017b; 30:25–30. doi: 10.1629/uksg.333. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • ^ a b c Gardner, Gabriel J. and McLaughlin, Stephen R. and Asher, Andrew D. (25 March 2017). "Shadow Libraries and You: Sci-Hub Usage and the Future of ILL" (conference paper). ACRL 2017, Baltimore, Maryland.: 568–587. hdl: 10760/30981. Archived from the original on 28 January 2018 . Retrieved 28 April 2018. Cite journal requires |journal= ( help) CS1 maint: uses authors parameter ( link) @scholarlykitchn is spotlighting research & researchers writing abt systemic racism. Today we feature an article fr @Gizmodo featuring @IBJIYONGI on #SHUTDOWNSTEM & #shutdownacademia day. 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