List of Retained TitlesScholars Trust maintains a free and publicly accessible list describing the journals retained under this agreement. Scholars Trust holdings are also represented in PAPR – the Print Archives Preservation Registry
XLSX Version - January 2019
* Large file. Be patient.
A listing of titles committed for retention by the National Agricultural Library, July 2018. Titles to be added to JRNL when validation has been completed locally.
JRNL – Journal Retention and Needs Listing
The Journal Retention and Needs Listing (JRNL) (PDF) tool was first developed as a way for participating institutions to track journal retention commitments between the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) and Florida State University System (SUS) partners. Use of the listing tool expanded in 2013 with the formation of Scholars Trust, and again in 2015 when the Western Regional Storage Trust (WEST) adopted the software to manage their commitments. JRNL allows users to upload current journal holdings and identify particular gaps in those holdings. Further, users can determine if their institution has holdings that could be donated to other institutions to fill those gaps.
Title Summary Report - January 2019
A JRNL Oversight Committee (PDF Updated June 2016) consisting of representatives from each participating consortium develops policies to guide development of and participation in JRNL.
JRNL login page: http://apps.uflib.ufl.edu/JRNL/
System Administrator Contact: JRNLDevelopment@uflib.ufl.edu
Video recordings of JRNL training webinars are also available on the ASERL Archived Webinars page:
- “Demonstration of JRNL Software for ASERL’s Journal Retention Program” May 9, 2013 Session Recording
- “Managing your J-Retain Titles in Journal Retention and Needs List (JRNL) Software” October 18, 2013 Session Recording
Scholars Trust Town Hall e-MeetingDecember 2018
Session Recording Meeting PPT
Print Retention Program Update - January 2019
See the lastest updates, program highlights, and retention initiatives from the Scholars Trust print retention program.