The August 2, 2010 submission deadline for the Summer 2010 issue of
Interface, the quarterly newsletter of the Association of Specialized
and Cooperative Library Agencies (ASCLA), is fast approaching, and
potential contributors are encouraged to submit their articles promptly
to the ASCLA office.

The theme for the Summer 2010 issue is services to special populations.
ASCLA is the home to librarians serving special populations that include
incarcerated youth and adults; the blind, deaf and hard of hearing; and
other groups needing special accommodations for library services.
Descriptions of programs, letters to the editor or any other ideas for
articles that relate to the theme are welcome. ASCLA also welcomes
contributions related to post-ALA Annual Conference wrap-up surrounding
ASCLA events and/or programming relevant to our membership (special
populations librarians; those affiliated with state libraries; networks,
cooperatives and consortia; and independent library consultants).
Contributors do not need to be ASCLA members.

More information is available at the ASCLA blog. 


Please forward this message to any colleagues or related listservs and
member groups who might be interested in its content.



Liz F. Markel, M.A.

Marketing Specialist

Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies (ASCLA)

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