Shared Print Resources

This page summarizes the participation of TRLN institutions and libraries in shared print and print retention initiatives. Also included is a list of selected external resources on shared print trends and priorities.

ProgramRetention AreaScaleParticipating TRLN Institutions/Libraries
Consortium of UNC Shared Print (CUSP)BooksSelected schools within UNC systemNC Central
Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP)Federal documentsThroughout the USDuke University Libraries (selective), Duke Law (selective), NC State (selective), NC Central (selective), NC Central Law (selective), UNC-Chapel Hill (regional)
HathiTrust Shared PrintBooksHathiTrust digital corpusDuke University Libraries, Duke Law, NC State
Scholars TrustSerialsASERL, FLARE, and WRLC institutionsDuke University Libraries, Duke Business, Duke Law, NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill
TRLN Shared PrintSerialsTRLN institutionsDuke, NC Central, NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill
For full names of TRLN member libraries, visit our about page.

Additional Program Details

Collaborative Federal Depository Program (CFDP) Centers of Excellence

  • Duke University Libraries
    • Center of Excellence for:
      • Economic Analysis Bureau
      • International Trade Administration
      • Military History Center
      • Naval Historical Center
      • International Trade Commission
      • Women’s Bureau (1920-1971)
      • Women’s Bureau (1971-)
  • NC State University Libraries
    • Center of Excellence for:
      • Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)
      • Soil Surveys
  • UNC-Chapel Hill University Libraries
    • Center of Excellence for:
      • Hearings (All House and Senate Committee Hearings)

Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP)

As of October 2019, UNC-Chapel Hill University Libraries and the University of Virginia Libraries collaboratively administer a Shared Regional Depository Library.

HathiTrust Shared Print Program

Phase 1

  • Duke University Libraries
  • Duke Law

Phase 2

  • Duke University Libraries
  • Duke Law
  • NC State University Libraries

TRLN Collaborative Print Retention Programs (Serials and Monographs) 

As of July 2020, TRLN is no longer contributing materials to its own retention programs, which are now subsumed under other larger programs shown in the table above.

Service and Storage Facilities

Additional Resources