Sharing digital books across districts & schools

With funds always tight, you may assume a digital reading platform is out of reach. Think again. Join OverDrive Education for this eye-opening webinar where you’ll hear how schools and districts across the country are sharing eBooks and audiobooks across districts in a state or region through cost-effective shared collections.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about the benefits of sharing digital resources across schools and multiple districts for less than $1 per student – register today!

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST


Expanding Access to Digital Reading Resources by Sharing

With budgeting always a concern, schools are getting creative to ensure the best return on investment for their shift to digital content. Join us to hear Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13’s story of delivering eBooks and audiobooks to 22 districts (and more) with a shared collection. This powerful solution enables two or more schools or districts to access digital content via a joint platform, with all purchased titles available to all members through this central access point.

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 p.m EST.


eBooks for Elementary Schools: The easiest eBook service with Read-Alongs

Learn about the newest and easiest eBook service for Early Learners! OverDrive, the leading digital book platform for libraries and schools, has created a platform specifically for K-5 students with no software, no apps and no individual accounts. Introducing the K-5 QuickStart package, which provides 200 popular and award-winning eBooks – including many Read-Alongs – that work on any computer, tablet or device.

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Learn how to extend your school’s selection with eBooks and audiobooks in a short presentation and demonstration of OverDrive’s industry-leading service. Discover best practices for integrating digital content into your school and supporting curriculum as well as instruction goals. Our best practices are based on successful implementation at more than 14,000 districts and schools worldwide.
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