Digital content for your college campus made easy

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Recorded on 03/21/2019

Posted in Ebooks and Digital Resources


With mobile devices more popular than ever, now is the perfect time to invest in a digital collection for your campus. Find out how OverDrive’s unrivaled catalog can help you meet the needs of your students and faculty, including curriculum support, popular titles for leisure reading and more. The staff librarians at OverDrive will share success stories from your ACRL peers and discuss the various opportunities for college and research libraries to implement ebooks and audiobooks alongside their physical collection. Whether you’re an existing partner looking to expand the variety of your college’s OverDrive collection or an academic institution interested in adding an ebook and audiobook platform to your library, you won’t want to miss this free webinar!


Lindsey Levinsohn

Account Manager

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.

Liz Tousey

Content Specialist

Liz Tousey likes to tell people that she’ll read pretty much anything if someone gives her a good recommendation (which is 99% true). She doubled-up at Kent State, where she received both her Bachelor’s in English Literature and Master’s in Library Science, though several years apart from each other. She worked at academic libraries and in higher education in general prior to working at OverDrive. She currently heads the small but mighty International unit of the Collection Development team and works with schools across the globe.

Jill Grunenwald

Marketing and Communications Specialist

Jill Grunenwald is a Marketing and Communications Specialist at OverDrive and co-host of the Professional Book Nerds podcast. Prior to joining OverDrive in 2015, she worked in public, academic, and special libraries. She has a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Kentucky.