Registration for Digipalooza, OverDrive’s third international user group conference July 28-31, 2011, in Cleveland, Ohio, is open and space is filling quickly.

Hundreds of public and school librarians from around the world, publishers, industry experts, and the OverDrive team will come together for this educational and networking conference which will address the massive surge in library eBook borrowing with panels on industry trends, best practices, marketing and outreach, and upcoming enhancements to the OverDrive service. A roundtable featuring representatives from several of the world’s leading publishing houses will provide librarians with the chance to ask questions, in-person, about the future of library eBook lending.

The Digipalooza conference will feature important sessions for librarians, including:

  • Managing the eBook explosion: New Challenges and Opportunities for Your Library
  • Publisher Roundtable and Library Lending Dialogue
  • Going Mobile: The Latest Devices and Apps
  • The Digital Lending Library: Maximize the Value of the ‘Virtual Branch’

Click here for the full program.

“Digipalooza is my GPS for navigating the bumpy road of digital library world. Practical and forward-thinking librarians share best practices while OverDrive staff provide background and answer questions,” said Sarah Redman, adult services librarian at Capital Area District Library in Michigan and past attendee of Digipalooza 2008. “The conference is essential for librarians who work with OverDrive at any level, giving us opportunities to discuss trends and share ideas for creating robust digital media catalogs.”

In addition to the jam-packed informative sessions, Digipalooza attendees manage to have a little fun as well. Conference events include Books, Bowling, and Billiards at The Corner Alley, as well as a Digipalooza Party at Cleveland Browns Stadium.

Register now for Digipalooza. We hope to see you in Cleveland!

Questions? Contact

Shannon Lichty is library partner services manager for OverDrive

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