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%T Libraries
%K library, membership, jrnls, journals, scientific, research, books, ebooks,
   free, cheap, open, public, access, electronic, ejrnls, eresources, texts,
   HREF, www, http, arxiv, biorxiv, citeseer, Jstor, Plan S, PlanS, PLoS,
   pubmed, Sci Hub, SciHub, unpaywall, wikipedia, scholar, preprint server,
   paywall, paywalls, file sharing, pirate, Alexandra Elbakyan, copyright
%X National Library of Au[www]['20],
 * State Library of Vic[www]['19],
     Jstor, ProQuest, pressreader, 
     [more]['19].
 * Cambridge U. Library [www]['20].
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 * arxiv.org[www]['19] preprint server,
     comp.sci[www]['19],
     archive/cs[www]['19].
 * biorxiv[www]['19].
 * citeseer [www]['20].
 * Jstor[www]['20]
     "access to more than 12 million ac. jrnl articles, books ...".
 * PLoS [www]['20] "an open access publ.".
 * pubmed[www]['19].
 * Sci-Hub[www]['20] (pirate access)
     (NB. *not* Sci-HuBeta).
 * unpaywall[www]['19] 
     "An open database of 25,621,121 free articles."
 * wikipedia[www]['19],
     ?wikipedia-library[www]['19]
       "You have made a min. of 500 edits ... at least 10 ... last month"?,
     on open-access[www]['19],
     on Plan-S[www]['20]
       "an initiative for open-access science publishing",
     on Sci-Hub[www]'20].
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 * google.scholar[www]['19].
 * [Also search for: research open access].

%A N. Shadbolt
%A T.Brody
%A L. Carr
%A S. Harnad
%T The open research web: A preview of the optimal and the inevitable
%B Open Access: Key Strategic, Technical and Economic Aspects
%E N. Jacobs
%I Chandos
%D 2006
%K c2006, c200x, c20xx, www, web, OA, open access, publication, research,
   impact factor, quality, ranking, rankings, Research Assessment Exercise, RAE,
   ac uk, academic, eprint, eprints, citebase, g-factor, gFactor, rank
%X "... GNU EPrints and Citebase, together with the growing webwide database of
   Open Access (OA) articles, ... Research Assessment Exercise's recent
   transition to metrics  ..."
   -- [s'hampton uk]['09],
      [www]['09].
   (Also see [eprints.org]['09],
   and [u.m.]['09].)

%A J. Bohannon
%T Who's afraid of peer review?
%J Science
%V 342
%N 6154
%P 60-65
%M OCT
%D 2013
%K jrnl, news, c2013, c201x, c20xx, zz1013, scientific, research, paper, papers,
   publications, publish, perish, open access, journals, DOAJ, spoof, sting,
   peer review, reviewing, refereeing, PLoS One
%X "A spoof paper concocted by Science reveals little or no scrutiny at many
   open-access journals.  On 4 July, good news arrived in the inbox of Ocorrafoo
   Cobange, a biologist at the Wassee Inst. of Medicine in Asmara. It was the
   official letter of acceptance for a paper he had submitted 2 months earlier
   to the J. of Natural Pharmaceuticals, describing the anticancer properties of
   a chemical that Cobange had extracted from a lichen.  In fact, it should have
   been promptly rejected. Any reviewer with more than a high-school knowledge
   of chemistry & the ability to understand a basic data plot should have
   spotted the paper's short-comings immediately ...
   PLoS ONE, was the only J. that called attention to the paper's potential
   ethical problems [&] rejected the paper 2 weeks later on the basis of
   its scientific quality. ..."
   -- [doi:10.1126/science.342.6154.60]['13].
   [Also search for: publish perish].

%A J. Bohannon
%T Who's downloading pirated papers? Everyone
%J Science
%V 352
%N 6285
%P 508-512
%M APR
%D 2016
%K news, c2016, c201x, c20xx, zz0516, Sci Hub, SciHub, Elbakyan, Elsevier,
   publisher, scientific publishing, science, research, publish, academic,
   papers, open access, pay wall, payWall, copyright, pirate
%X "...  researchers around the world are turning to Sci-Hub, which hosts
   50 million papers and counting. ..."
   -- [doi:10.1126/science.aaf5664]['18].
   [Also search for: research open access].

%T What Will the Future of Scientific Publishing Look Like?
%I Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
%K c2018, c201x, c20xx, zz0718, publish perish, grants, fellowship, impact,
   JIF, citations, journal, journals, Ropers ceo Springer, Schekman, PNAS,
   eLife, EMBO, open, access, reviewing, referees, LIN, LIN018, Lindau meeting,
   Nobel, NobelPrize, panel discussion, scientific research, university,
   academic, publication, publications, papers
%M JUN
%D 2018
%X "Publish or perish - anyone working in research or academia knows that
   phrase all too well and has felt the pressure and dread caused by it. ...
   the current way of researchers climbing over one another or, worse yet,
   molding their results to fit a promising narrative to get a publication in
   one of the glamour journals, is unsustainable. The rationale behind wanting a
   'big' publication is simple: A paper in a journal with a high glamour factor
   (which is closely correlated to the impact factor of the journal) such as
   Nature, Science or Cell promises high visibility for the leading authors of
   the paper and presumably heightens their value and prospects when applying
   for a new fellowship or grant. ..."
   -- [www][28/6/2018] inc. the video.  (Via AK).
   [Also search for: publish perish] and check out
   Schekman & eLife, e.g., [doi:10.7554/eLife.31697][12/10/2017].

%A H. Else
%T How Unpaywall is transforming open science
%J Nature
%V 560
%N 7718
%P ?-?
%M AUG
%D 2018
%K news, views, c2018, c201x, c20xx, zz0818, papers, publications, Unpaywall,
   free, open, access, OA, openAccess, online, impact, scientific research,
   Piwowar, Priem, Parra, preprint, preprints, PeerJ
%X "...  a group of computer scientists simply moved to an adjacent hallway.
   There, Heather Piwowar, Jason Priem and Cristhian Parra worked all night on
   software to help academics to illustrate how much of their work was freely
   available on the Internet. ..."
   -- [doi:10.1038/d41586-018-05968-3].
   Also see, 'The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the
              prevalence and impact of Open Access articles'
   --  [10.7287/peerj.preprints.3119v1]['17].
   [Also search for: unpaywall] & [also search for: research open access].

%T Paywall: The Business of Scholarship
%D 2018
%K movie, film, c2018, c201x, c20xx, zz1018, scientific research, publications,
   papers, articles, journal, journals, quality, JIF, open access, openAccess,
   OA, Elsevier, Wiley, Springer Nature, SpringerNature, publishing, publisher,
   SciHub, Sci-Hub
%X "Paywall: The Business of Scholarship is a documentary which focuses on the
   need for open access to research and science, questions the rationale behind
   the $25.2 billion a year that flows into for-profit academic publishers,
   examines the 35-40% profit margin associated with the top academic publisher
   Elsevier ..."
   -- [paywallthemovie.com]['18].
   (Also see review@[4/9/2018].)
   [Also search for: research open access].

%A J. Brainard
%T Publishers try out alternative pathways to open access
%J Science
%V 367
%N 6483
%P 1179
%M MAR
%D 2020
%K news, views, c2020, c202x, c20xx, zz0320, publishing, scientific research,
   papers, articles, publications, jrnls, open access, openAccess, OA,
   subscribe, costs, fees, APC, APCs, ACM
%X "... article-processing fees (APCs), which can run several thousand dollars
   per paper ... Now, two nonprofit publishers of prominent jrnls have debuted
   new ways to support OA jrnls without shifting the burden entirely to authors.
   ... One approach, called Subscribe to Open ... [Another] ACM is asking the
   instns that publish the most papers in its 59 jrnls to pay more than they do
   now for subsns - in some cases about 10 times as much, or $100,000/y ..."
   -- [doi:10.1126/science.367.6483.1179]['20].

%A R. Van Noorden
%T Nature to join open-access Plan S, publisher says
%J Nature
%M APR
%D 2020
%K journal Nature, c2020, c202x, c20xx, zz0420, open access, OA, Plan S, PlanS,
   publishing, science, scientific literature, papers, research,
   hybrid, transformative journals, free, paywall, paywalls
%X "... Springer Nature says it commits to offering researchers a route to
   publishing open access in Nature and most Nature-branded journals from 2021.'
   ... But Lisa Hinchliffe, a librarian at the U. of Illinois at Urbana-Ch.,
   says the changed rules show that publishers have successfully pushed back
   against Plan S, softening its guidelines and expectations - in particular
   in the case of hybrid journals, which publish some content openly & keep
   other papers behind paywalls. 'The coalition continues to take actions that
   rehabilitate hybrid journals into compliance rather than taking the hard
   line of unacceptability originally promulgated,' she says. ..."
   -- [doi:10.1038/d41586-020-01066-5]['20].
   [Also search for: research open access].


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