We do. But only the current ones. Some are not current. There are
different collections within JSTOR and depending on which ones you
have subscribed to, you would have different numbers of titles. We
regard these as online subscriptions to individual journal titles.
Same with Project Muse.
At 04:18 PM 8/22/2007, you wrote:
>Line 26 of the Academic Libraries Survey asks for the number of
>current serial titles held at the end of the Fiscal Year. The
>instructions for line 26 read:
>Part D - Library Collections
>Current serial titles (line 26) - Report the total number of titles
>in all formats. If the title comes in
>both paper and electronic form, count it twice. Count each
>individual title if it is received as part
>of a publisher's package. Include paper and microfilm government
>documents issued serially if
>they are accessible through the library's catalog. Report indexing
>and abstracting services that
>may contain full-text in line 27.
>Do any libraries count JSTOR journals as current serial titles?
>Collection Development Librarian
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>TCU Box 298400 Fax: 817-257-7282
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The University of the South
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