New K-12 webcast! Engaging Students in the Classroom with OverDrive
Congratulations on a successful 2017-2018 school year; we hope you’ll be able to take a well-deserved break. For those of you still in session or who are taking this time to start preparing for the new school year already, we’re here to support you! That’s why OverDrive’s May webcast is focused on strategies for bringing your digital library into the classroom. If you’ve been thinking next year is the year to move to digital, you won’t want to miss this session.
Engaging Students in the Classroom with OverDrive will present ideas on incorporating digital content into your lesson planning, leveraging your school digital library website for syllabi and student work, adopting best practices for working with digital content, and increasing student awareness of the school’s digital collection.
After attending this webcast, we’re positive you’ll be inspired to make at least one of next year’s assignments digital, and walk away with some great ideas from other educators during the live group chat. This session is a must for classroom teachers, media specialists, school librarians, school administrators, technology integration specialists, and any staff in charge of working with students and championing OverDrive.
Register today to join our K-12 experts on May 23 at 11 AM ET for this 45-minute session filled with examples and applications for engaging your students with your digital library. Can’t attend the live session? All registrants will receive a link to the archived webcast as well as a PDF of the presentation. We look forward to seeing you there!
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