Resources exploring the impact of COVID-19 on edtech and how schools are adapting to ensure every reader has access to the right books – including getting the most out of government relief funding.
What does the unprecedented investment in edtech during the COVID-19 pandemic mean for the future of education? OverDrive Education examined data from our network of 48,000 K-12 school partners worldwide to better understand how schools are using ebooks and digital audiobooks.
Looking forward to a post-pandemic world, digital books open up new learning opportunities for districts to further leverage the investments they made to accommodate remote learning. By embracing digital books as key classroom tools, districts will be better equipped to engage student readers, measure reading success and stretch their budgets further.
Perfect for your school’s high-volume, temporary reading needs, digital class sets consist of one title that can be deployed to many students at a time, for as long as it’s needed. Hear from experts on how schools are leveraging different access models to best meet their needs and budget.
The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and the Massachusetts Library System are teaming up to increase statewide access to digital books. See how they’re using government funding to make it happen
Knowing how pricing models work will help students access ebooks during remote and hybrid learning