ASCLA announces new editor

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ALA News Release

For Immediate Release

February 2001

ASCLA announces new editor

Sara Laughlin, an independent consultant specializing in planning, program design and management and communications, has been named editor of
Interface. Her duties as editor begin with the July/September issue.

Laughlin has edited several monographs, as well as three Web and print editions of the
Directory of Indiana Children's Authors and Illustrators.

Laughlin received her master's in library science from Indiana University and has been an active member of Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies (ASCLA) since 1985.

Interface, the official newsletter of the ASCLA, is published four times a year.

For more information, call ASCLA at 800-545-2433, ext. 4398, or see the
ASCLA Web site.

ASCLA, a division of the American Library Association, is devoted to the development of specialized and cooperative library activities. Its 1,000 members represent state library agencies, specialized library agencies, multitype library cooperatives and librarians who work outside of traditional library settings.