10 ways the Libby app can help you reach readers on campus and off
Sponsored by OverDriveRecorded on 03/10/2020
Posted in Ebooks and Digital Resources
Libby, the award-winning reading app from OverDrive, isn’t just for public libraries anymore. Colleges and universities across the United States have already discovered how Libby can help them reach new readers, both on campus and off. In this session, learn how features in Libby can be implemented on your campus to promote digital reading among students, faculty, and staff. From audiobooks for busy commuters to support for different learning styles and more. Whether you’re an existing OverDrive partner looking to expand your reach or an institution interested in adding an ebook and audiobook platform to your library, you won’t want to miss this presentation.
Lindsey LevinsohnAccount ManagerOverDrive
Lindsey Levinsohn is an Account Manager at OverDrive, working with academic, corporate, and special libraries. Prior to joining the OverDrive team, she worked in public libraries as a collection development and technical services manager. She holds a master’s in Library and Information Science from Kent State University.
Adam SockelIntegrated Marketing SpecialistOverDrive
Adam is an Integrated Marketing Specialist at OverDrive and one half of the Professional Book Nerds podcast. He’s been working at OverDrive since 2010 where he’s responsible for helping new users discover OverDrive around the world and manages the OverDrive library blog. Adam’s book interests are forever shifting, but he’s usually reading fantasy, literature, Science Fiction, dystopian or young adult. He’s also almost always in the middle of a re-read (or re-listen) of Harry Potter.
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