November 21, 2017

The Advocate's Toolbox

Sharing eBooks Across Schools & Districts: How Educators Make It Work

Presented by: OverDrive & School Library Journal
Event Date & Time: Thursday, September 7th, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Join us for this engaging session with library specialists Joshua Pease and Lori Slingerland from the Connect Information Technology Center. Pease and Slingerland will provide valuable insight into how Connect delivers eBooks and audiobooks to its member schools and districts across Northeast Ohio through a cost-effective shared digital collection.

We’ll also hear from Shared Collection expert Sheila Henline from OverDrive Education, and there’ll be plenty of time for Q&A to get answers to any specific questions you have along the way.

Don’t miss out – register today!

Panelists

  • Joshua Pease – Library Support Specialist, Connect Information Technology Center
  • Lori Slingerland – Library Support Specialist, Connect Information Technology Center
  • Sheila Henline – Collection Development Analyst, OverDrive Education

Moderator

  • Rebecca JozwiakSchool Library Journal

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Comments

  1. margaret.bell@pbschools.org says:

    I attended a webcast last week. Navigating Research and we were told that we could print a certificate from the website. The webcast went overtime and suddenly cut off without being able to print the certificate.
    Can you advise me? Thank you so much.

    • Rebecca Jozwiak says:

      Hi Margaret,
      The Resources folder becomes unavailable when the webcast ends. Sorry you missed it. I will email you directly with the information you need.

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