Getting Started with Sora (2020 summer/fall series)
September 28 @ 3:00 pm
Learn how easy it is to get started with Sora, the student reading app!
We’ll show you how to browse and borrow ebooks and audiobooks, and tips for customizing the reading and listening experience in Sora. The webinar will also review where to find help and free, customizable Sora marketing resources.
This webinar is great for partners new to OverDrive and for anyone who would like a refresher on the student user experience.
Prefer to learn about Sora on your own time and at your own pace? Check out our short, sequential Sora how-to videos.
Interested in ideas for using Sora with your curriculum and your students? Download a Training Kit for educator resources that support students’ reading, learning, and discovery using Sora.
Looking for information on Marketplace, OverDrive’s online shopping and administrative portal? Learn how to browse and purchase content, curate collections, run reports, and more with our Marketplace How-To videos.
Learn how easy it is to get started with Sora, the student reading app. Browse and borrow ebooks and audiobooks in Sora, create notes and highlights in titles, add access to a public library's digital collection, and more.
Join Michelle Cobb and Francisca Goldsmith from Audiofile and Sydney Kalnay from OverDrive as they discuss the 2020 SYNC program now in its 11th year! SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+ that will use Sora, the student reading app from OverDrive.
Starting this year on April 30, the program will offer two thematically paired audiobooks available for checkout every week, at no cost, to every registered listener, all summer. In 2020, 26 titles will be accessible through the 13-week-long season.
Interested in ideas and resources to connect more young readers to your digital library? Join OverDrive for this live webinar on Public Library Connect, a feature that enables students in your community to easily connect to your digital collection.
After this webinar, attendees will be able to connect their schools and public libraries to increase student reading. This session will benefit school and public librarians who work with young readers, as well as managers and directors responsible for the success of their digital collection.