Library Staff Training

Best Practices to Transform Your OverDrive Consortium (November 2021)

Effectively and efficiently manage your consortium’s digital collection to increase circulation and meet patron demand. Join OverDrive in this one-hour webinar as we share:

  • Real-world examples of libraries’ collection development and management practices
  • Marketplace tools to maximize your investment and save your staff time and effort
  • Examples of how the OverDrive team can help

Audience: Consortium leaders/administrators and collection development staff.

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