We noticed a JSTOR title in our list of serials retentions, how should we proceed?

Titles available in JSTOR are out of scope for EAST Serials Retentions, so your institution is not obligated to retain these titles in print on behalf of EAST, unless your institution has explicitly decided to do so, e.g. the Five Colleges Inc. You may remove retention commitments from OCLC for these titles, and notify EAST that they should be removed from PAPR. Note that not all libraries have access to all collections in JSTOR.

We encourage you to use the CRL Comparison Tool to identify any gaps in the CRL, Harvard or University of California JSTOR print archives that you may be able to fill. Alternatively, you may send a list of items from JSTOR titles that you plan to deaccession to Nahid Vand (Nahid.Vand@ithaka.org) or John Kiplinger (John.Kiplinger@ithaka.org) for review.  They will attempt to review lists as promptly as possible, but depending upon the time of year, workloads, size of lists, etc., some turnarounds may be faster than others. Note that they are willing to take issues that fill existing gaps, not entire runs of a journal.