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• Topic Generator Smith/2010 انتقل إلى صفحة بداية موزيلا الإضافات Current status This is a server error. Is this on the S3 pre-ops hub? I am seeing tons of those there and already wrote to SciHub support, waiting for answer. “I do not deny that some accounts that Sci-Hub is using were obtained” in such a way, Elbakyan said, but she declined to elaborate on how she comes by credentials. 16 April 2011 ; 9 years ago ( 2011-04-16) [1] • Elbakyan, Alexandra (2016-05-20). "Why Science is Better with Communism? The Case of Sci-Hub". Open Access Symposium 2016, University of North Texas. We queried the works endpoint of the Crossref API to retrieve the metadata for all DOIs, storing the responses in a MongoDB database. The queries began on March 21, 2017 and took 12 days to complete. In total, we retrieved metadata for 87,542,370 DOIs, corresponding to all Crossref works as of March 21, 2017. The source code for this step is available on GitHub at greenelab/crossref. Due to its large file size (7.4 GB), the MongoDB database export of DOI metadata is not available on GitHub, and is instead hosted via figshare ( Himmelstein et al., 2017b). We created TSV files with the minimal information needed for this study: First, a DOI table with columns for work type and date issued. Date issued refers to the earliest known publication date, i.e. the date of print or online publication, whichever occurred first. Second, a mapping of DOI to ISSN for associating articles with their journal of publication.

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103,675 Yes you can, use Sci hub like normal people do. Ext: XX26 • Ciena (26) The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Wed, 27 May 2020 17:13:01 GMT) Preparation of a literature review may be divided into four steps: This has nothing to do with “going to a library” and everything to do with the public and researchers becoming tired of a publishing industry that makes massive profits of (essentially) slave labor (as academics need to engage with the current system to survive), and limiting access to knowledge which was published with the express intent that it be available to as many people as possible. Matthews, M.R. (1994). Science teaching: The role of history and philosophy of science. New York: Routledge. 1. Не знаю, при чём здесь истерички. Лично я понял исходный комментарий иначе.

In December 2019, The Washington Post reported that the US Justice Department was investigating whether Sci-Hub founder Alexandra Elbakyan had links with Russian intelligence, in part due to the suspicion that tacit approval or assistance of the Russians is required for an operation of the scale of Sci-Hub. [29] Sweden • - Art • 3 Reception • 2017 Press Releases Even for journals to which the university has access, Sci-Hub is becoming the go-to resource, says Gil Forsyth, another GWU engineering Ph.D. student. “If I do a search on Google Scholar and there’s no immediate PDF link, I have to click through to ‘Check Access through GWU’ and then it’s hit or miss,” he says. “If I put [the paper’s title or DOI] into Sci-Hub, it will just work.” He says that Elsevier publishes the journals that he has had the most trouble accessing. Association of Research Libraries Graph 4: Expenditure Trends in ARL Libraries, 1986-2015. [February 7, 2018];ARL Statistics 2014–2015. 2017 • Archive • Follow • - aww Name • Cell Culture Plates Villalba Samurai • CS1 French-language sources (fr) • ^ Oxenham, Simon (10 February 2016). "Meet the Robin Hood of Science". The Big Think, Inc. Archived from the original on 17 February 2016 . Retrieved 22 February 2016. • Career Centres & Alumni Services • Creative Commons • Learned society • OSI Issue Briefs 12.1% Primary and intermediate (Years 1–8) / kura tuatahi, Certificated teacher Development, Cognition, and Learning • D Westergaard • Enjoy! • Click the green “Search” button in the top-right corner. Once your item complies with the Chrome Web Store rules, you will be able to request that it be republished on the Chrome Web Store Developer Dashboard. Before publishing it again, we will check if it is compliant. • Course List Tony Robbins Book Psychology • Tzovaras BG. 2018. Sci-Hub download log of 2017. Zenodo. [ CrossRef] Sci-Hub’s coverage of 2016 articles in open access journals was just 32.7% compared to 78.8% for articles in toll access journals ( Figure 6—figure supplement 1). Upon further investigation, we discovered that in June 2015, Sci-Hub ceased archiving articles in PeerJ, eLife, and PLOS journals, although they continued archiving articles in other open access journals such as Scientific Reports, Nature Communications, and BMC-series journals. Sci-Hub currently redirects requests for these delisted journals to the publisher’s site, unless it already possesses the article, in which case it serves the PDF. These findings suggest Sci-Hub prioritizes circumventing access barriers rather than creating a single repository containing every scholarly article. Coverage by category of access status In cramped quarters at Russia’s Higher School of Economics, shared by four students and a cat, sat a server with 13 hard drives. The server hosted Sci-Hub, a website with over 64 million academic papers available for free to anybody in the world. It was the reason that, one day in June 2015, Alexandra Elbakyan, the student and programmer with a futurist streak and a love for neuroscience blogs, opened her email to a message from the world’s largest publisher: “YOU HAVE BEEN SUED.” (Updated-1.06.2020) Academic/scholarly • Van Noorden R. Funders punish open-access dodgers. Nature. 2014; 508:161. doi: 10.1038/508161a. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Your work experience • ^ Lewis, Danny (22 August 2016). "Soon Everyone Will Be Able to Read NASA-Funded Research". Archived from the original on 25 August 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. The publisher Elsevier owns over 2,500 journals covering every conceivable facet of scientific inquiry to its name, and it wasn’t happy about either of the sites. Elsevier charges readers an average of $31.50 per paper for access; Sci-Hub and LibGen offered them for free. But even after receiving the “YOU HAVE BEEN SUED” email, Elbakyan was surprisingly relaxed. She went back to work. She was in Kazakhstan. The lawsuit was in America. She had more pressing matters to attend to, like filing assignments for her religious studies program; writing acerbic blog-style posts on the Russian clone of Facebook, called vKontakte; participating in various feminist groups online; and attempting to launch a sciencey-print T-shirt business. • türkiye ve çin'in verileri şüpheli 261 • Comparison of Usenet newsreaders Использование всех текстовых материалов без изменений в некоммерческих целях разрешается со ссылкой на N+1. • ภาษาไทย (Thai) And, of course, all of this ignores the internet. The internet solves nearly every "problem" that journals claim they solve, and does it much better and more cost effectively. With the internet, peer review can be better and more efficient (and can let in many more perspectives.). On the internet, distribution can be much wider (which, on top of everything else, encourages greater peer review!). • Citation Resources stealing as the content of the journal articles doesn't belong to the journals (certainly not in a moral sense) Librarian: This is the big issue for us. We generally do not care that people are using it, but it does have a very clear negative impact on our use statistics which leads to further budget and resource cuts. • More Our internationally recognized publishing program covers wide array of science and technology disciplines. • Open Access Hub (including SciHub and API Hub): from 00:00 UTC to 11:30 UTC, 27-May 2020 Sci-Hub access logs Open Culture • ken'in türkiye'de ryu'dan çok sevilmesinin nedeni 79 Elbakyan is reluctant to disclose much about how she secured access to so many papers, but she tells me that most of it came from exploiting libraries and universities’ subscriptions, saying that she “gained access” to “around 400 universities.” • 2 Website (8) Following the lawsuit by Elsevier in March 2019 in France, Elsevier, Springer, John Wiley, and Cambridge University Press filed a complaint against Proximus, VOO, Brutélé and Telenet to block access to Sci-Hub and LibGen. The publishers claimed to represent more than half of the scientific publishing sector, and indicated that over 90% of the contents on the sites infringed copyright laws; they won the lawsuit. [35] Since then, the two sites are blocked by those ISPs; visitors are redirected to a stop page by Belgian Federal Police instead, citing illegality of the site's content under Belgian legislation. The Literature Review provides context for the author’s own new research. It is the basis and background out of which the author’s research grows. Context = credibility in academic writing. When authors have broad Literature Review, they demonstrate their credibility as researchers. • Podcast In some cases, this may not work. The APA journals seem to cause issues using the URL approach, so use the DOI approach. Sometimes Sci-hub returns the wrong article (<1% I should guess). Finding articles from APA journals • By trend: A better way to organize the above sources chronologically is to examine the sources under another trend, such as the history of whaling. Then your review would have subsections according to eras within this period. For instance, the review might examine whaling from pre-1600-1699, 1700-1799, and 1800-1899. Under this method, you would combine the recent studies on American whaling in the 19th century with Moby Dick itself in the 1800-1899 category, even though the authors wrote a century apart. • Open Access Hub (including SciHub and API Hub): from 00:00 UTC to 11:30 UTC, 27-May 2020 But does sharing information via links, as academics routinely do, really constitute complicity in Sci-Hub's flagrant disregard for the law? 1) The table below was shown at SSP 2018. It explains how we know stolen credentials are shared around the globe; • Figure and table lists • - UpliftingNews Tomas Lipinski, dean of the school of information studies at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, said that academics sharing links to Sci-Hub, should "be aware that much of the material on the site is suspect." • Digital rights management K • ANAGRAMS Вы можете делать все что вам вздумается, но понимать, что это влечет ответственность, в том числе и оценку со стороны. Вы можете иметь свое мнение, но другой человек вполне может иметь мнение о вашем мнении — это тоже его право. Никакого двуличия в этом нет. University of XXXXXX We said: Part comedy, part searing satire, we’re taken to the Midwest to follow Vonnegut’s ageing writer Kilgore Trout on an absurd narrative. You may love it, you may not get the point. Either way, you’ll find it hard not to laugh. • 3 credits • Action Plan for Education Now: • November 2012 Mitch Stoltz, senior staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, sees the matter slightly differently. Laws in Europe, where Citationsy is based, are stricter than in the U.S. But here, it is "largely settled that linking to something is not copyright infringement," he said. • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee 29424689 Может и не очень больших • Shop Now Shame the DOJ wasn't investigating Elsevier. 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CR • Ian Davis (1) 3 credits • 5.2 In Summary • Other Ways to Give rusya dışından girişin durdurulduğu bilimsel literatüre ücretsiz erişimin hizmeti veren internet sitesi. proxy server numarası değiştirilerek ulaşılabiliyor. edit: bir şey değiştirmeye gerek kalmadı takılın aynen. Our internationally recognized publishing program covers wide array of science and technology disciplines. • Request a QuickQuote , This plugin uses no database configuration. To add domains that could be Sci-Hub-ified, please open an issue or a pull request. • share .gitattributes No, Ms. Clowers wasn’t inviting her class on a real field trip in the middle of a pandemic. Instead, she was taking advantage of Zoom’s virtual backgrounds to record more entertaining and engaging classes — coupled with a few props and drama. If you have little work experience because you have been out of work due to personal or family reasons, then you can emphasise the personal skills and attributes that you have. Perhaps a club, hobby or charity work has given you the chance to show similar skills. Mr. Oppenheim, I do not have hard data showing that “more than 50% of downloads” are made by Western academics – not that I ever said such a thing, however. I have seen persuasive evidence that a very large percentage of Sci-Hub activity comes from Western academics who have other resources at their disposal. Number of papers downloaded from Sci-Hub per capita by country (September 2015 to February 2016) [12] [3] • Metrics and Analytics I agree one should exercise caution, and I think you provided excellent advice on how to do that (aside from the slightly racist Russian accent thing), but I don't think I would label sci-hub as dubious. experiments and measurement may be performed. • Start and finish date Downloads per day on Sci-Hub for months with access logs. The most common route to qualification is the consecutive (postgraduate) route, which comprises of a suitable degree and a separate teacher education qualification. A suitable degree is defined as an award from a state-recognised university or similar third-level college, which enables the holder to teach at least one subject to the highest level within the post-primary schools curriculum. For most subjects, this means to Leaving Certificate Higher Level. Other alternative sci hub links and mirrors that might work for accessing sci-hub: Sci-Hub • software April Who knows the use of “what’s on” ???!!!!! 2MU English Portuguese translation in context | • • Open source • Beautiful Books • "Sci-Hub/LibGen in Blogs and the Media (PDF)" Stephen Reid McLaughlin, March 2016 • software patent debate • ^ Rémy Grünblatt (30 March 2019). "La censure de Sci-Hub et LibGen vue depuis le réseau RIPE Atlas". Archived from the original on 7 April 2019 . Retrieved 9 April 2019. Paperback $13.49 | $14.99 "sscb doğumlu genç bir bilimci sci-hub veritabanıyla fakir ülkelerin bilimcilerini destekliyor ve tekellere meydan okuyor. alexandra elbakyan, 1988'de kazakistan'da doğdu, sscb çözülmek üzereyken. kendi ifadesiyle "mucizevi olayları bilimsel olarak açıklayarak hurafaleri yıkan" sovyet bilim kitapları sayesinde çocukluğundan bilime ilgi duydu. bilgisayar bilimleri ve sinirbilimleri okudu, bu sırada da hackerlığa merak geliştirdi. elbakyan, batılı bir ülkede değil, kazakistan'da bilimsel araştırma yapmanın zorluklarını biliyordu. yani kazakistan'da, türkiye'de, meksika'da ya da kenya'da, herhangi bir lisansüstü öğrencinin, okumak için can attığı makalenin sayfasına vardığında aldığı cevabı: "bu makaleyi okumak için 30 dolar ödemelisiniz." oysa ki makalelere batılı ülkelerin üniversite kütüphaneleri üzerinden erişmek mümkün. nitekim birçok fakir ülke bilimcisi, makaleleri zengin ülkelerdeki tanıdıklarından rica minnet edinmek zorunda kalırlar. scı-hub elbakyan hem sorunu, hem çözümü biliyordu. bir süre sonra moskova'da bir bilgisayar güvenliği şirketinde, freiburg'da (almanya) bir sinirbilim projesinde çalıştı, kısa süre atlanta'da (abd) bulundu. 2011'de kazakistan'a döndüğündeyse, akademiyi sallayacak sci-hub projesine karar vermişti. saklı tuttuğu bir dizi yolla paralı dergilerin veritabanlarına erişerek, elektronik makale ve kitapları kendi yarattığı sci-hub veritabanına kopyalamaya başladı. kolayca aranabilir olan bu veri tabanı sayesinde dünyanın herhangi bir yerindeki araştırmacılar, sınırsız biçimde makalelere erişebiliyordu. elbakyan'ın veritabanını şu sözlerle tanıtıyordu: "dünyada bilgiye erişimde eşitsizliğe karşı savaşıyoruz.""…istanli-robin-hoodu-156858 Sociology Of Literature Syllabus 11.1 Survey research: What is it and when should it be used? • hardware Beaulieu-Jones BK, Greene CS. Reproducibility of computational workflows is automated using continuous analysis. Nature Biotechnology. 2017;35:342–346. doi: 10.1038/nbt.3780. 7. Traditional vs. online education • Digital Trends Live ► • Open content Just how careful academics should be about using Sci-Hub has become a topic of concern in recent weeks, with many questioning whether sharing links to Sci-Hub could in itself be considered illegal. • Rhode Island's XQ Challenge • - food • Fume Hoods & Workstations • - InternetIsBeautiful • Bohannon J. The frustrated science student behind Sci-Hub. Science. 2016a; 352:511. doi: 10.1126/science.352.6285.511. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] You can’t avoid it any longer. You have to start writing your review, so keep reading to learn how to do just that. ✍️ Writing the Review Fleex: • The way menstruation affects young girls Joe Abercrombie Grimdark Downloads per day on Sci-Hub for months with access logs. Cover Letter Builder Create a cover letter in 5 minutes. Get the job you want. • playstation 5 83 It is an interesting opinion piece (read another thinly veiled SciHub hit job), where you very neatly make statements that conflate hackers with SciHub, without providing any real evidence to back them up. You talk about stolen credentials, and then lay the blame at the foot of SciHub- without any actual proof that they stole or hacked them. Yes they may be using stolen credentials (which I agree is very, very poor form and weakens their position, and importantly reputation), however you offer no proof that they are the originators of the theft or did hacking (do you have such evidence?). • Elementary Education (leads to a Primary License, Grades PK-5) Since 2015, Sci-Hub uses its own storage [2] for the same purpose. [4] As of 2017 Sci-Hub was continuing to redirect requests for electronic books to Libgen. [2] [4] Usage and content statistics [ edit ] Linn, M.C. (1997). The role of the laboratory in science learning. Elementary School Journal , 97(4), 401-417. • Ohaus Scales If you like it, do post it on your website. Thanks! • Scientific literature Представьте себе ученого, который подобным образом доказывает, что Ньютон не прав со своими законами, ибо му*ак редкий (оценка в принципе близкая к истине). More from The Times and The Sunday Times Argumentative Review • parent • ^ Oxenham, Simon (10 February 2016). "Meet the Robin Hood of Science". The Big Think, Inc. Archived from the original on 17 February 2016 . Retrieved 22 February 2016. • New? Start Here Scientific American • Authors’ names • Undergraduate Programs • In October 2018, Swedish ISPs were forced to block access to Sci-Hub after a court case instigated by Elsevier; Bahnhof, a large Swedish ISP, in return soft-blocked the Elsevier website. [30] Russia [ edit ] Active • Timeline • - history Registration