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Blog Post – Kobo Arc HD Review

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Kobo released the Arc in 2012 as competitor to Barnes & Noble’s Nook Tablet and HD series, and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. A few months back, Kobo brought us the Arc HD, as a way to get into the high definition market, as well as offering a 10-inch model to supplement their 7-inch device. The difference… Read more »

Back by popular demand: Marketplace Reports Training

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OverDrive’s Training Team is excited to reintroduce OverDrive Marketplace Reports training now available from the Learning Center. The new “Reports” training menu will expand to reveal four modules covering all of the reports within Marketplace: The Collection Usage module answers common questions about your digital collection, offers practical advice, along with tips and tricks for… Read more »

Podcast: New and featured content for April

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Calling all Marketplace shoppers! Our April collection highlights podcast is now available on OverDrive’s Learning Center. In it, we give you the inside scoop on some of the highly-anticipated new additions to OverDrive Marketplace, including hit movies from Starz Digital Media and popular textbooks from Pearson. We also highlight the latest crop of publishers and… Read more »

Librarians Share: San Antonio Public Library engages young readers with eReading Rooms for kids and teens

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OverDrive’s eReading Room for Kids has been a runaway hit this year for public libraries looking for an exciting way to engage young readers in a safe environment. In addition to the Kids’ eReading Room, public libraries now have the option of a dedicated eReading Room for Teens. One of the first public libraries to… Read more »

DigitalBookmobile.com gets fancy

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Don’t get us wrong: we loved our old DigitalBookmobile.com. It served its purpose, and was a great place to find pictures, updates on where OverDrive’s 74-foot-long tractor-trailer would be next, and what local media are saying about the events. But really, there’s no comparison to the newly redesigned website. If you haven’t had a chance… Read more »