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Credit: Stephen Bilenky 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.”

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Published material is not infinite, nor is an author's time. British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition)

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• ^ Rohrlich, Justin. "The "Robin Hood of science" says she's not a Russian asset". Quartz. In December 2016, Nature Publishing Group named Alexandra Elbakyan as one of the ten people who most mattered in 2016. [8]

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• ^ a b c Greco, Albert N. (8 June 2017). "The Kirtsaeng and SCI-HUB Cases: The Major U.S. Copyright Cases in the Twenty-First Century". Publishing Research Quarterly. 33 (3): 238–253. doi: 10.1007/s12109-017-9522-7. *

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This has worked in classes of students with similar interests and academic levels. However, careful monitoring is essential to prevent lab time from turning into solely “fun time.” Many scientists protested, but Elbakyan didn’t understand the outrage. As far as she was concerned, Dynasty — particularly through its funding of the LMF — had spread “propaganda against Putin and the Russian authorities.” She describes Zimin’s work through Dynasty, and the organization itself, as “anti-communist,” though she’s vague about how. Elbakyan says the foundation and Sci-Hub are “ideologically opposed,” and contends that Dynasty is somehow Sci-Hub’s capitalistic foil.

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The American Concrete Institute • Logan CJ. We can shift academic culture through publishing choices. F1000Research. 2017; 6:518. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.11415.1. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar]

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Publishers have been very critical of Sci-Hub, going so far as to claim that it is undermining more widely accepted open-access initiatives, [63] and that it ignores how publishers "work hard" to make access for third-world nations easier. [63] It has also been criticized by librarians for compromising universities' network security and jeopardizing legitimate access to papers by university staff. [38] [48] [11] [39] • ICanHazPDF

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• Van der Sar E. Elsevier Cracks Down on Pirated Scientific Articles. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2015a https://torrentfreak.com/elsevier-cracks-down-on-pirated-scientific-articles-150609/ • ^ Mance, Henry (26 May 2015). "Publishers win landmark case against ebook pirates". Financial Times. The Nikkei. ISSN 0307-1766. Archived from the original on 8 July 2015 . Retrieved 5 October 2015. (subscription required)

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• 6 References K Sci-Hub blocks access to Russian IP addresses due to disputes with the Russian Scientific establishment and the naming of a newly discovered parasitoid wasp species, Idiogramma elbakyanae, after Alexandra Elbakyan ( Standish, 2017; Khalaim and Ruíz-Cancino, 2017). Four days later, Sci-Hub restores access after receiving “ many letters of support from Russian researchers”.

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• Scientific literature The Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America (ABJNA) publishes high-quality research articles, review papers and short communications, in all areas of agriculture and biology research. Contributions are considered for evaluation on the understanding that they are original and not being considered for publication elsewhere. Read Journal

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• ^ Heathers, James (2 May 2016). "Why Sci-Hub Will Win". James Heathers via Medium. Archived from the original on 29 April 2018 . Retrieved 28 April 2018. • U.S. Government Employees

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• Chefs Citationsy Archives lets you search for journal articles and papers, download them, and of course cite them in your Citationsy projects.

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C Elsevier files a civil suit against Sci-Hub and LibGen — at the respective domains sci-hub.org and libgen.org — in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ( Van der Sar, 2015a; DeMarco et al., 2015a). The complaint seeks a “prayer for relief” that includes domain name seizure, damages, and “an order disgorging Defendants’ profits”. Choose your language:

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In August 2016, the Association of American Publishers sent a letter to Gabriel J. Gardner, a researcher at California State University who has written papers on Sci-Hub and similar sites. The letter asked Gardner to stop promoting the site, which he had discussed at a session of a meeting of the American Library Association. [68] In response the publishing institution was highly criticized for trying to silence legitimate research into the topic, and the letter has since been published in full, and responded to by the dean of library services at Cal State Long Beach, who supported Gardner's work. [69] February: 156

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• isoHunt Some students, typically those with a bachelor's degree, may choose to continue on to graduate or professional school, which are graduate and professional institutions typically attached to a university. Graduate degrees may be either master's degrees (e.g., M.A., M.S., M.S.W.), professional degrees's (e.g. M.B.A., J.D., M.D.) or doctorate degrees (e.g. PhD). Programs range from full-time, evening and executive which allows for flexibility with students' schedules. [135] Academia-focused graduate school typically includes some combination of coursework and research (often requiring a thesis or dissertation to be written), while professional graduate-level schools grants a first professional degree. These include medical, law, business, education, divinity, art, journalism, social work, architecture, and engineering schools.

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• Creative Commons Manuel Bonik, do you really think only the traditional publishers are able to conduct a peer review process? Open Access journals can do as well, no difference – except traditional publishers are around for a little more time, where Open Access journals need some time to establish trust and prestige in their own peer review process. Why did you even start to write your book on Turing machines in your free time without payment instead of, for example, crowdfund such publication, which then could be freely licensed because costs/guaranteed profit would be covered, and you still could continue to sell printed copies because they’re physical?

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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] Literary techniques [ edit ]

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Sci-Hub isn’t going anywhere. Elbakyan has spare domains. She’s backed up her repository of articles. via Sci-Hub: Download Research Papers and Scientific Articles for free (SciHub links updated on July 17, 2018)

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Jane Austen However, it seems that people don’t really know how to use Sci-hub. So here is a simple, visual guide. 1. Go to the Sci-hub website

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O Scihub foi criado pela estudante cazaquistanesa Alexandra Elbakyan em 2011. Na época, ela cursava mestrado em Ciências na Universidade do Cazaquistão e sentia necessidade de ampliar o conhecimento científico a fim de completar o seu curso. • ^ "Justice Department Investigates Sci-Hub Founder on Suspicion of Working For Russian Intelligence". Washington Post. 19 December 2019.

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Yet most of these research papers sit behind the paywalls of multinational publishing companies, which enjoy profit margins of 35 to 40 per cent. Then, schools like the University of Toronto and Ryerson University pay the publishers millions in fees every year to access the journals. Proportion of Open Access Papers Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals at the European and World Levels: 1996–2013

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“Why Sci-Hub is considered to be illegal?” Elbakyan wrote on her blog last year. “Providing free access to research papers on websites like Sci-Hub breaks so-called copyright law that was made to taboo free distribution of information on the Internet. That includes music, movies, documentaries, books, and research articles. Not everyone agrees that copyright law should exist in the first place.”

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A literature review section is, in this sense, just like any other academic research paper. Your interpretation of the available sources must be backed up with evidence [citations] that demonstrates that what you are saying is valid. • CS1 Russian-language sources (ru)

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Dena Taylor (n.d.) at the University of Toronto lists some questions to ask yourself at when you start reading: Problem is that even when people who have valid licenses are using the site out of convenience, it's still illegal for Sci-Hub to host the content.

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We believe that although there are some things libraries can do, such as advocacy, examining purchasing decisions, and practical actions (i.e. insisting on a Jisc-type clause in every licence agreement we sign), the real onus is on academics to solve this problem. Here, we suggest some things for academics to think about and to act upon: Registration

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Shortly afterward, something strange happened. Former members of Sci-Hub’s vKontakte group began saying that Elbakyan, a champion of Open Access to information, had blocked them. Next

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Some countries have changed their laws to affirm that researchers on non-commercial projects don’t need a copyright-holder’s permission to mine whatever they can legally access. The United Kingdom passed such a law in 2014, and the European Union voted through a similar provision this year. That doesn’t help academics in poor nations who don’t have legal access to papers. And even in the United Kingdom, publishers can legally place ‘reasonable’ restrictions on the process, such as channelling scientists through publisher-specific interfaces and limiting the speed of electronic searching or bulk downloading to protect servers from overload. Such limits are a big problem, says John McNaught, deputy director of the National Centre for Text Mining at the University of Manchester, UK. “A limit of, say, one article every five seconds, which sounds fast for a human, is painfully slow for a machine. It would take a year to download around six million articles, and five years to download all published articles concerning just biomedicine,” he says. “Payment of 32 dollars is just insane when you need to skim or read tens or hundreds of these papers to do research,” Elbakyan wrote in a letter to Robert Sweet, the judge overseeing a 2015 copyright infringement lawsuit brought by Elsevier against Elbakyan, Sci-Hub, and two similar organizations. “I obtained these papers by pirating them. Later, I found there are lots and lots of researchers (not even students, but university researchers) just like me, especially in developing countries…After that, I created sci-hub.org website that simply makes this process automatic and the website immediately became popular.”

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• eDonkey We also evaluated whether journal coverage varied by journal impact. We assessed journal impact using the 2015 CiteScore, which measures the average number of citations that articles published in 2012–2014 received during 2015. Highly cited journals tended to have higher coverage in Sci-Hub (Figure 9A). The 1,734 least cited journals (lowest decile) had 40.9% coverage on average, whereas the 1,733 most cited journals (top decile) averaged 90.0% coverage. Coverage by publisher

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We create a tabular file doi.tsv.xz that contains a binary indicator (coded as 0/1) of whether each Crossref DOI is in Sci-Hub's repository. The general workflow we followed to compute coverage was to subset the DOI dataset for the relevant DOIs (e.g. all DOIs published in 2016) and take the sum/mean of the binary membership column. These operations made heavy use of pandas.DataFrame.join to incorporate additional information about DOIs and pandas.DataFrame.groupby to compute coverage for all possible subsets at once. Discount Codes

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( A) Average coverage for journals divided into 2015 CiteScore deciles. The CiteScore range defining each decile is shown by the x-axis labels. The ticks represent 99% confidence intervals of the mean. This is the only analysis where “Sci-Hub Coverage” refers to journal-level rather than article-level averages. ( B) The association between 2015 CiteScore and average visitors per article is plotted for open and toll access journals. Curves show the 95% confidence band from a Generalized Additive Model. • Family Legal Issues

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