What if sharing meant everyone got more.

Budgeting for digital content remains a challenge in schools. Individual schools often cannot launch a comprehensive digital initiative alone. To increase accessibility, we offer shared collections, a collaborative eBook platform that enables two or more schools or districts to borrow eBooks and audiobooks via a single, easy-to-use website, with all purchased titles available to users at all participating institutions.

Register for a FREE webcast to learn about this cost-effective way to grow a K-12 digital content collection, for $1 or less per student!

Webcast: Sharing digital books across districts & schools

Wednesday, April 5, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Tuesday, May 2, 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Joining a shared collection gives schools or districts increased access to more digital titles than they could purchase on their own, maximizing the benefits of these powerful reading and learning tools for students and educators. “For some schools, a shared collection is the most cost-effective way to introduce digital books to their teachers and students,” said Herb Miller, Director of Education, OverDrive Education. “Sharing resources among different school or districts means that schools can offer quality eBooks to increase reader engagement.”

Learn more about shared collections and successes in other districts on District Administration and EdNet.