ASCLA Interface

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About the publication

Title: ASCLA Interface



Purpose, objective, or mission: ASCLA stands for Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies, and it is a division of the American Library Association. ASCLA “is the premier destination for ALA members to find information and build capacity to serve populations that are served by state library agencies, libraries serving special populations, library cooperatives and library consultants.”Their mission is to enhance “the effectiveness of library service by advocating for and providing high quality networking, enrichment and educational opportunities for its diverse members.”1

“The purpose of Interface is to support effective communication among diverse elements of ASCLA by reporting official acts and activities of various units of ASCLA and by disseminating substantive articles and special focus issues on the latest developments in the field of specialized and cooperative activities. Interface also serves as a communication channel to the broader library and user community in areas of common interest.”2

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Last updated: April 25, 2018


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  1. “About Us,”, accessed April 25, 2018,
  2. “About ASCLA Interface,”, accessed April 25, 2018,
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