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Thursday, March 3 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
How digital books help schools reimagine reading equity

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Over the past two school years, abrupt shifts between remote, hybrid and in-person learning forced schools to reimagine how to deliver instructional resources to students — and digital books helped meet a critical need. However, a return to in-person instruction doesn’t necessitate a return to the status quo. Digital books aren’t just a useful tool for the remote classroom. They’re also a critical tool in the fight to increase reading equity.

This session is a must-attend for anyone looking to build a digital library from the ground up or exploring new ways to leverage their existing ebook and audiobook catalog.

Attendees will be able to engage via session Q&A and have the opportunity to try a demo of Sora if they do not already offer it at their school/district.

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OverDrive

Account Executive, Sora, by OverDrive Education
Suzy Nash is the OverDrive Education Account Executive for the 18 states in Central and Western US. She had previously spent fourteen years working with K12 schools championing literacy and continuing education. Suzy helps teachers and administrators embrace technology and digital... Read More →


Thursday March 3, 2022 3:15pm - 4:00pm EST
306A
  Concurrent, Digital Content and instruction
  • Grade Span K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, School Administrators, District Administrators
  • Devices Chromebooks, iPads, Tablets, Macbooks, PC Laptops, SmartPhones
  • Diversity Ebooks and audiobooks can help mitigate learning loss particularly for disadvantaged students who might not have print books at home. They also help facilitate a diverse, inclusive school library by providing students the privacy to read titles that they may not feel comfortable publicly reading with a physical book.
  • Level Beginner
  • Room 306A