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DLAB Classic Magnetic Stirrers are highly resilient and highly capable. They can stir high-volume solutions for extended periods of time and hold up against repeated, tough use in the teaching or research lab. Read more from the Scholarly Kitchen Autobiography Vs Biography La pandemia de covid-19 sacudió al mundo y también al negocio de las publicaciones científicas. Como nunca en la historia de la ciencia, desde enero de este año investigadores de todo el mundo atacan al unísono el coronavirus, ya sea buscando develar sus secretos íntimos, al desarrollar tratamiento o posibles vacunas. Para eso saben que deben compartir sus resultados. Y rápido. Eso ha expuesto con claridad cómo los muros de pago obstaculizan el avance científico global. Because it is required for promotion, tenure, grant requests, etc. (2017) days: number of days on which the article was accessed • 6 Department of Applied Bioinformatics, Institute of Cell Biology and Neuroscience, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany. 10.15200/winn.145624.49417 • Melting Point Apparatuses • Educator Evaluation • OAI service • (Slovenia) • Printer Reviews • - sports

lovescihub • International Access Hub Interactive learning module that guides you through the process of identifying, evaluating and using scholarly information to research and write a literature review. URL: Accepted students • Foreign Language (3541) • Natural resources G Alexandra Elbakyan is named one of “ Nature’s 10”, which featured “ten people who mattered” in 2016 ( Van Noorden, 2016). This article profiles Alexandra and includes an estimate that Sci-Hub serves “3% of all downloads from science publishers worldwide.” • <3 • team teaching • Metrics Video Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool, and Cornwall. Its children-focused project, Tate Kids, lets children play free art-related games and quizzes, get help on art homework, and share their creations! Prior to June 2017, the Crossref API had an issue that prevented exhaustively downloading journal metadata. Therefore, we instead relied on the Scopus database to catalog scholarly journals. Scopus uses “title” to refer to all of the following: peer-reviewed journals, trade journals, book series, and conference proceedings. For this study, we refer to all of these types as journals. From the October 2017 data release of Scopus titles, we extracted metadata for 72,502 titles including their names, ISSNs, subject areas, publishers, open access status, and active status. The publisher information was poorly standardized — e.g. both “ICE Publishing” and “ICE Publishing Ltd.” were present — so name variants were combined using OpenRefine. This version of Scopus determined open access status by whether a journal was registered in DOAJ or ROAD as of April 2017. Note that Scopus does not index every scholarly journal ( Mongeon and Paul-Hus, 2015), which is one reason why 30.5% of articles (24,853,345 DOIs) were not attributable to a journal. А он особо оправдывать и не обязан. • Theoretical framework Source #3 How much? Exact estimates are hard to come by. Research by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) suggests that the cost of libraries’ subscriptions to journals only increased by 9 percent between 1990 and 2013. But as Library Journal’s annual survey pointed out, there was a change in ARL’s data collection. That estimate, Library Journal said, “flies in the face of reality.” Library Journal’s records showed that a year’s subscription to a chemistry journal in the US ran, on average, for $4,773; the cheapest subscriptions were to general science journals, which only cost $1,556 per year. Those prices make these journals inaccessible to most people without institutional access — and they’re increasingly difficult for institutions to finance as well. “Those who [have] been involved with purchasing serials in the last 20 years know that serial prices represent the largest inflationary factor for library budgets,” the Library Journal report says. Open Access Button

• Edit & proofread the writing to polish your English and avoid grammar mistakes Revolting Rhymes Cinderella • • My account Be clear: No-one beats anyone. No one starves anyone. Read ‘The Underground Railway’ as a starter and come back then to say there is slave labour scholarly communications. • American Journal of Medical and Dental Sciences • IBM Security BrandVoice | Paid Program Quick tip: If you struggle to write with perfect diction, try a free grammar checking tool, like Grammarly . Posted in Academia, Endocrinology, Literature search, Medicine, Research, Research tools, Thesis, Writing and tagged guerilla open access, open access, ScienceWriting, Scientific articles, scihub, Writing on January 2, 2019 by Karthik Balachandran. • - books Piwowar H, Priem J, Larivière V, Alperin JP, Matthias L, Norlander B, Farley A, West J, Haustein S. Piwowar H, et al. PeerJ. 2018 Feb 13;6:e4375. doi: 10.7717/peerj.4375. eCollection 2018. PeerJ. 2018. PMID: 29456894 Free PMC article. Magic Tree House Books Worth • Википедия:Статьи с переопределением значения из Викиданных • give award Linking to infringing materials in the U.S. "is a bit of a gray area as far as specific case law is concerned," said Trotter Hardy, professor of law, emeritus, at the William and Mary School of Law in Virginia. Guide contents • Matthew H. Todd • Advertise with Us But avoid … — Liz Hajek (TED Talk: What rivers can tell us about the earth’s history) There is little dispute that Sci-Hub, the website that provides free access to millions of proprietary academic papers, is illegal. Yet, despite being successfully sued twice by major American academic publishers for massive copyright infringement, the site continues to operate. • Online Tools • - worldnews $ python3 1695678/ See All Formats & Editions › • Bible Studies This might be interesting for you: • NovoProt DataBase • Curriculum Used in Rhode Island Т.е. как сейчас, только с кнопкой «Я не буду травить Элбакян, продолжить пользоваться сервисом» • çay bardağı şeklinde havalimanı kulesi yapmak 72 Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck— Life is about solving problems and finding solutions. If you always look at the risks and consequences of everything, you might play it safe, but you’ll also never grow. Carol Dweck’s book is one of my favorite books about developing the mindset you need to succeed in life. • Micromanipulators • OpenCitations 2017a. OCC dataset of all the identifiers, made on 2017-07-25. Figshare. [ CrossRef] • Contact Wikipedia • Physics The ultimate piece of dystopian fiction, 1984 was so prescient that it’s become a cliché. But forget TV’s Big Brother or the trite travesty of Room 101: the original has lost none of its furious force. Orwell was interested in the mechanics of totalitarianism, imagining a society that took the paranoid surveillance of the Soviets to chilling conclusions. Our hero, Winston, tries to resist a grey world where a screen watches your every move, but bravery is ultimately futile when the state worms its way inside your mind. CR • Pipettes & Accessories • You hold a standard Texas teaching certification • Open-design movement In this course, we discuss the following topics: Reply (1) Maybe using the Solus Mate Linux distro could be useful to you, as it’s very stable and fast. And since it’s Linux, there’s no need for antivirus, so you always have a fast and stable operating system, unlike Windows 10 which needs long times to restart after installing updates, and Windows usually gets slow over time, unlike Linux. • Famous person quote • Title page Sci-Hub is a pirate website that provides free access to millions of research papers otherwise locked behind paywalls. Widespread dissatisfaction with scholarly communications has led many to overlook or dismiss concerns over the site’s legality, praising its disruptive technology and seeing justification in the free access it affords people all over the world. Ruth Harrison, Yvonne Nobis and Charles Oppenheim discuss the challenges Sci-Hub presents to librarians advocating for open access to scholarly content. Sci-Hub perversely enhances the status of prestige publication and its narrow view of what constitutes value in scholarly communications, its users risk causing their libraries to be in breach of licensing agreements, and the site operates with an utter contempt for copyright law that should not be ignored. For most publishers I work with, the pre-formatted version of the article doesn't belong to the journal and can be freely transmitted. Hence I was careful to write that the content of the articles, not the article itself, still belongs to the author (although this does vary by journal). Even for the formatted version of the article, I can share my articles with whomever I want. Sci-hub automates this process of sharing - but in a way that I as an author am 100% happy with for my articles. Openness in research depends on cultural issues in a major. If there are too many barriers, then Sci-Hub starts dominating. A few years ago DOAJ wanted India officially recognize DOAJ as official accredited list of journals in India. India answered “No, thanks” and immediately introduced its own national list of journals. So, DOAJ wanted to take Indian market, but it resulted in opposite effect – introduction of a national list of journals to be independent from outside actors, including DOAJ. India used Sci-Hub remarkably. In other cases such countries as Malaysia answered to DOAJ “No” and introduced its own list too and recognized SCOPUS and ISI entirely. I expect that Global South will care about its science (OA too) itself without any outside newcomers, like DOAJ and others. Now we see that the most journals added to DOAJ recently are from Indonesia. Probably, DOAJ targeted for Indonesia and hopes that Indonesia will recognize its DOAJ list as accredited in the country. But they are late too as Indonesia introduced recently their own list of accredited journals. So, OA is important for researchers, but it is not a priority now. The priority is detemined by the national agencies and national lists of journals. All the rest can be taken by researchers just from www. So, to compete to Sci-Hub such agencies like DOAJ should provide a unique service to users. I do not see any unique service from DOAJ now. I see that DOAJ is still a start up wanting to gain value to be sold at the highest price. Therefore, no Inida, Malaysia, Indonesia want to have it accredited in their countires. At the same time commercial products like SCOPUS and ISI are still leading there. I expect that to overcome Sci-Hub we need something to substitute it and provide a unique service to the users. Let us see, probably other platforms like Microsoft Academics, Google Scholars, Dimensions, Lens and others altogether will do it instead of DOAJ. 1. In a Zoom meeting, click the ^ arrow next to the Start/Stop video icon at the bottom of the screen. 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. Use, knowledge, and perception of the scientific contribution of Sci-Hub in medical students: Study in six countries in Latin America Provost Research Grants A literature review can be just a simple summary of the sources, but it usually has an organizational pattern and combines both summary and synthesis. A summary is a recap of the important information of the source, but a synthesis is a re-organization, or a reshuffling, of that information. It might give a new interpretation of old material or combine new with old interpretations. Or it might trace the intellectual progression of the field, including major debates. And depending on the situation, the literature review may evaluate the sources and advise the reader on the most pertinent or relevant. But how is a literature review different from an academic research paper? • D Westergaard • Counselling & Personal Development • hardware • ^ "Counterfeit and Piracy Watch List" (PDF). European Commission. 7 December 2018. p. 11. • Greshake B. Correlating the Sci-Hub data with World Bank Indicators and Identifying Academic Use. The Winnower. 2016 doi: 10.15200/winn.146485.57797. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • 1 milyon dolar verseler aileni bırakırmısın 61 • Abstract • I am not sufficiently familiar with US law, but AFAIK in e.g. the DMCA there are provisions stating that the platform operator has to remove illegal content once they become aware of it, but they don't have to prevent illegal content from being uploaded. That could in principle explain the difference you point out. • - tifu • ^ a b "Justice Department investigates Sci-Hub founder on suspicion of working for Russian intelligence". The Washington Post. 2019-12-19 . Retrieved 2019-12-20. • ^ Fernández-Ramos, Andrés; Rodríguez Bravo, María Blanca; Alvite Díez, María Luisa; Santos de Paz, Lourdes; Morán Suárez, María Antonia; Gallego Lorenzo, Josefa; Olea Merino, Isabel (2019). "Evolution of the big deals use in the public universities of the Castile and Leon region, Spain = Evolución del uso de los big deals en las universidades públicas de Castilla y León". El profesional de la información (in Spanish). 28 (6). doi: 10.3145/epi.2019.nov.19.