The Digital Bookmobile is back and better than ever
By: Lauren Bajda, Digital Media Events Specialist at OverDrive.
The Digital Bookmobile is back, new, and ready to hit the road in June. First stop…Waukesha, Wisconsin!
Where We’re Going
June 9 – Waukesha Public Library, Waukesha, WI
June 12 – Evanston Public Library, Evanston, IL
June 13 – Forest Park Public Library, Forest Park, IL
June 16 – St. Louis County Library, St. Louis, MO
June 17 – St. Charles City-County Library, O’Fallon, MO
June 20 – Kokomo-Howard County Public Library, Kokomo, IN
June 21 – Indianapolis Public Library, Indianapolis, IN
June 23 – Scott County Library, Georgetown, KY
June 24 – Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville, KY
June 26 – Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library, Clarksville, TN
June 27 – Linebaugh Public Library, Murfreesboro, TN
June 29 – Mauney Memorial Library, Kings Mountain, NC
For an updated list of dates, times, and locations, please visit “Upcoming Events” at digitalbookmobile.com.
Reading Happiness ?
Traveling with the Digital Bookmobile this year will be me, Lauren Bajda! I am thrilled to bring the Digital Bookmobile to communities around North America to promote reading happiness through eBooks and audiobooks. As a world traveler and literacy advocate, I look forward to showing users the quickest way to get reading, no matter their age or ability.
What is the Digital Bookmobile Tour?
The Digital Bookmobile supports our public library and school partners in promoting their digital catalog of eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming video to their communities. We are excited to hit the road at the beginning of June and start our tour in the Midwest. The new and improved 42-foot long Toterhome will provide a newly designed experience for users.
Host an Event
Interested in hosting a free Digital Bookmobile event? Visit us at the new Digital Bookmobile website and complete the “Contact Us” form. This year’s Digital Bookmobile will tour through the Fall of 2017.
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