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Mythbusting with OverDrive: Innovative Ways to Talk About Your Digital Library
"I tried ebooks a long time ago and it just wasn’t for me."
"It’s too much screen time for kids/students.”

How many times have you heard these reasons for why people aren’t using your digital library? Join OverDrive as we share simple, effective tips and resources to encourage all users, from the digital doubter to the tech savvy teen, to give digital a try.

Audience: Public library and K-12 school staff who work with end users or anyone responsible for the success of their digital collection.

Note: We understand the timing may not suit partners across the globe, but signing up does ensure that a recording is sent a day after the live presentation so you can view at your convenience.

Dec 16, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Annie Suhy
Annie has been working with public libraries since 2006. After graduating from Ohio University with a degree in English and Creative Writing, Annie began her career as an Editorial Assistant for the American Library Association’s Booklist Magazine before moving on to work in marketing in the publishing industry at World Book, Inc. She has worn many hats during the last 5 years at OverDrive, working with publishers, helping to select content and build library collections for international libraries, before settling into her current role as an Outreach Specialist, where she now partners with libraries across the globe to integrate their digital collections into their outreach efforts.
Christina Samek
Christina is an Outreach Specialist at OverDrive. She develops resources that help K-12 educators grow engagement among their students, faculty and parents. Prior to coming to OverDrive she worked in the magazine industry. She has a degree in Journalism and English Literature from Miami University (OH). She loves reading, running, her adorable little boy, her husband, cherry turnovers and her dog Willow.