Getting Started Guide now available in the Partner Portal

If your library only prints out one promotional piece for your digital collection, I would encourage you to select our newly created Printable Getting Started Guide. (Although, why would you only want to print one thing from the Partner Portal when there is so much goodness there?)


Those of you who checked out our programming ideas last week got a sneak peek of these materials! This front and back ‘Getting Started’ flyer explains the basics of your digital collection, a perfect handout for new users! Just customize with your library’s digital collection URL and print. That’s all there is to it.


Additionally, we’ve updated the existing device guides and added a few more, including NOOK and Kobo. All materials can be found in the Printable Getting Started Guides zip folder.


These guides are half sheet flyers that print off easily on 8.5″ x 11″ paper, perfect for in-house printing. We also encourage you to take the designs to a local print shop if you would like higher quality production. Another option if you would like these professionally printed, is to order through us. Please contact your Account Specialist or if you are interested in ordering these materials through us.


Cassie Renner is a Marketing Specialist with OverDrive

4 Responses to “Updated Printable Getting Started Guides”

  1. Cela McGinnis

    We would like to get copies of Overdrive’s updated printable getting started guides for all devices. What do we need to do to order them for the Winchester Public Library?
    Cela McGinnis, Director
    Winchester Public Library
    2117 Lake St.
    Winchester, WI 54557

    • Adam Sockel

      Hi Cela- the files are print ready and can be used with your printers or at a local printing company like Kinko’s but if you’d like us to print, ship and bill you for them we’d be happy to. Simply contact your OverDrive account specialist and they’ll be able to take care of the process for you. Cheers.

  2. Marilyn Sherman

    Why does the card for the Nook mention the kindle version of ebooks? Won’t that confuse the patrons? I anticipate a number of patrons checking out the wrong version.

    • Adam Sockel

      Hi Marilyn, the reason the Kindle information is in there is because NOOK/iOS/Kobo Tablet users can get the Kindle app on their device and use that as a method for delivering the eBooks they have borrowed from the library. Hope that makes sense! If you’d like it removed though just contact your Account Specialist and they can remove that step for you