Staff Training: Library – Upcoming Webinars – OverDrive Resource Center

Library Staff Training

Fit learning into your busy schedule with access to on-demand training modules, downloadable PDFs, upcoming webinars, and tools to educate your staff and end users any time of day or night.

Upcoming Webinars

DateSession
Wednesday,
December 2
2:00 pm Eastern Time

Getting Started with OverDrive Marketplace

Join our Training team for an introductory session on OverDrive Marketplace, your hub for digital content. This live session will provide you an overview of shopping and purchasing in Marketplace, including how to:

  • Differentiate publisher lending models
  • Browse and search for content
  • Create and edit carts
  • Purchase titles
  • Access additional help and training resources

This session will benefit school or public library staff who are new to selecting and purchasing digital content for OverDrive, or for those who would like a refresher on Marketplace basics.

Note - The features covered in this webinar require the Shopping and/or Purchasing permissions in Marketplace. Reach out to your OverDrive Account Manager if you have questions regarding user permissions.

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Tuesday,
December 8
9:00 am Eastern Time

Getting Started with Libby

Learn how easy it is to get patrons started with Libby, the one-tap reading app, including how to browse and borrow on a mobile device, tips for customizing the experience, and where to find Libby marketing and help resources.

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Wednesday,
December 9
2:00 pm Eastern Time

Looking Back, Staying Strong: The books and products that kept us going in 2020

Join OverDrive to hear about our favorite books and product updates from 2020 that made life a little easier. Settle in as our staff librarians share standout titles in early reader/juvenile, young adult, fantasy, mystery, and romance. Our team will reflect on some of the best product releases from OverDrive and help resources that supported your staff and patrons throughout the year.

This webinar will benefit public library or school staff who are responsible for the success of their digital collection and/or who recommend digital reading to patrons or students.

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