48 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Particular journal runs by publisher (physics journals). We committed to retain American Physical Society (APS) journals
as a “light archive” copy in consortium while others committed to retain other publisher’s runs.
Print copies of widely held journals also electronically available.
Publishers where participants had licensed electronic versions of the journal titles. Journals only, print only, assembling
complete runs, single copies.
Retained items are print journal runs. Participation is elective.
Risk management, issue-level validation, Ithaka S+R optimal copies research and withdrawal recommendations, overlap
Selected titles in areas of research of historical importance to the university
Serial volumes housed by a multiple libraries. One copy of serial volumes to be retained at Joint Library Storage Facility
and to serve as a Resource in Common for any library holding a copy of said volume.
Serials held by the member libraries, with a focus on high-duplication titles
Spring, Wiley, Elsevier STM journal back files
The Annex is used to house only the last copy of an item owned by any of the TUG libraries. In general, if there are
two or more copies of any item in the Annex, only one copy will be retained. In general, none of the TUG libraries will
send anything to the Annex if there is already a copy in the Annex, or if there is a copy elsewhere in any of the TUG
collections. If any of the TUG libraries have serials in the Annex for which that library also has negotiated perpetual
access to an electronic version, the print copy will be removed.
Titles had e-surrogates, print held by 9 or more COPPUL members, post-cancellation access rights.
Titles owned electronically and held at the majority of our libraries.
Unique items from our consortium (NEOS). Extensive holdings and ensuring a last copy is kept (COPPUL).
Uniqueness—we are the only holding library in TRLN. Space issues were a consideration for other schools in TRLN,
i.e., they identified long runs of titles that were duplicative and available online and each school took on “retention” of
different titles on the list. This was also a drive for deaccessioning but as yet the library hasn’t done this.
Widely held print journals with digital equivalents and licensed post-cancellation access rights
33. If yes, please briefly describe what criteria were used to select items for deaccession as part of the
collaborative retention agreement(s). N=27
Deaccession due to agreements has not happened yet.
Each institution decides whether or not to deaccession.
Have not acted on this yet, but planning to do so. Only withdraw holdings that match those retained, perpetual access.
Will retain those of local interest or where quality of images is a concern.
In progress
Last copy items may be deaccessionned as long as all three TUG libraries agree. In working practice, the library that
wishes to deaccession the material sends a Last Copy Withdrawal Bulletin to the two other TUG counterparts. If one
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