#TXBookChat with Libraries Without Borders and Their Tools for Texans
Ever heard of a laundromat library? Learn how LWB creatively
figures out the best practices for collaborative work across the globe.
Started in 2007 and headquartered in France, Libraries Without Borders works strategically to promote equitable access to learning opportunities and information resources. In the US, they partner with communities, libraries, and nonprofit agencies to create connected learning places in more than 10 states, as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
Lisa Alvarenga is an almost lifelong San Antonio resident, a graduate of the University of the Incarnate Word, and the San Antonio Project Coordinator for Libraries Without Borders US. A proponent of digital equity, Lisa believes access to information and education is the most empowering tool available for marginalized populations.
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