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About Library & Research Translation Services

Hours

Normal hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
University Holidays: Closed

Contact Information

New phone number: (919) 962-6111
Email: cpclib@unc.edu

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Location

WE HAVE MOVED!

Address after June 4, 2014:

206 West Franklin Street, Room 267 (above Fitzgerald's Pub)
Chapel Hill, NC 27516-2524

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Staff

Lori Delaney, MLIS
Director of Library & Research Translation Services
Carolina Population Center
New phone number: (919) 962-6157

The CPC Library and Research Translation Services staff assist with your research and information needs, including outreach and communications. We provide reference assistance, locate statistical information, conduct literature searches, suggest and help choose current sources, and order research materials. We also develop news releases, monitor and share media mentions about CPC research activities, and work as a liaison with UNC News Services and journalists who want to write a population research story.

Policies

The Collection

The collection contains a wealth of resources to facilitate population-related research: online catalogs and databases, links to internet resources and full-text journals, CD-ROMs, books, journals, technical reports, government documents, area files, and maps. Public workstations, printer, copier/scanner, and fax machines are available. It also contains the Moye W. Freymann Memorial Collection.

The collection is evaluated and developed continually to ensure that the latest materials are readily available to researchers. 

Moye W. Freymann Memorial Collection

The Moye W. Freymann Memorial Collection is a collection of books donated and purchased from an endowment fund established by Mrs. Katherine Freymann and her family to support the Carolina Population Center Library and Research Translation Services. Dr. Moye Freymann was the first director of CPC. Dr. Freymann had a strong commitment to the library and believed that current and historical information in the field should be readily available to researchers. The earnings generated from the fund help assure that materials in Dr. Freymann's areas of interest will be available to researchers for years to come.

Subject areas covered in the collection are international health, international family planning, the social sciences in health and population, program evaluation, and health and population policy.  The books are identified with a bookplate specially designed for the collection.

To find materials that are in the collection, search the library catalog, in the Keywords field enter "Moye Wicks Freymann Memorial Fund." Select Search.