The OverDrive Education team is traveling to 9 states (including 1 in Canada) on our K-12 Fall Tour! We enjoyed meeting many of you, our school partners, in person. We had over 250 teachers, librarians, curriculum coordinators, technology specialists, and others take part. They left with tools to make the most of OverDrive in the school community and classroom.

We have begun our Spring Tour! See if we’re coming to your city and register on our events page and connect with other attendees on our Facebook events page.

K-12 Spring Tour dates

overdrive spring school tour3/6 – Beaufort, SC
3/7 – Greenville, SC
3/7 – Napa, CA
3/8 – Palo Alto, CA
3/27 – Pinellas County, FL
3/29 – Collier County, FL
4/5 – Green Bay, WI
4/6 – Madison, WI
4/12 – Irvine, CA
4/25 – Ogden, UT
4/27 – St. George, UT
4/26 – Baltimore, MD
5/3 – Kansas City, MO

OverDrive is for everyone in your school community

At each session of the OverDrive Education K-12 Tour, our goal is to ensure that every person leaves with a call to action. Attendees will learn how to increase usage and awareness of digital content in their school community. We cover topics from the benefits and features of our browser-based readers, OverDrive Read and OverDrive Listen, to using digital content in the classroom. Attendees learn new tips and tricks for Marketplace, as well as how to access valuable marketing and training resources in the Resource Center.
One of the best aspects of the workshop format of the session is the chance for all of you to interact with each other and our team. Each group will have discussions on a variety of topics, from how to get more students involved in digital content creation, to using OverDrive to assign class sets. We’ll hear from OverDrive veterans and newbies and our team expects to gain valuable feedback, insight, and questions to help grow the future of OverDrive Education.

OverDrive Education K-12 Tour attendee feedback

At the end of each session during the OverDrive Education K-12 Fall Tour, we invited feedback. Here’s what some of you had to say:

“Publish publish publish student work!”

“There are more functions than I thought before, not just for eBooks!”

“I have to advocate for my administrators to be present in the digital world!”

“Love the support and collaboration that is going on behind the scenes, ease of navigating resources cultured to seasonal and institutional needs! Great pacing & info for users!”

“Reminded of all the new features we haven’t tried yet. Great stuff.”

“Awesome! OverDrive is the school librarians answer for digital content supporting a culture of reading.”

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