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Ready, Set, Read: Lake-Geauga Computer Association’s Journey to a Digital Collection & Public Library Partnership
How can educators ensure that students have access to the widest possible selection of ebooks and audiobooks to meet the unique reading needs of their students? The key just might be public library partnerships. When schools and libraries connect, it opens a new world of 24/7 digital reading opportunities for kids of all ages, giving them age-appropriate reading options beyond what their school’s collection can provide.

To discover the benefits of activating these groundbreaking collaborations, be sure to attend this webinar featuring Jeremy Hunter, Curriculum Technology Integration Coordinator for Lake-Geauga Computer Association (OH) and Regis Coustillac, Account Manager at OverDrive. During this eye-opening discussion, you’ll learn:
• LGCA’s journey toward a digital library and their unique experience as a shared collection
• How LGCA connected with two public libraries to deliver more reading choice to students
• How OverDrive can help you initiate the conversation to introduce school and library partnerships in your district

Jun 30, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Regis Coustillac
Account Manager @OverDrive Education
Regis Coustillac is an Account Manager for OverDrive Education. He helps schools use digital content to drive student achievement and create a future-ready student body. He worked for three years as a creative writing teacher for both student and adult populations across Ohio. He has assisted K-12 educators in finding meaningful ways to integrate technology with their current curricular goals.
Jeremy Hunter
Curriculum Technology Integration Coordinator @LGCA: Lake-Geauga Computer Association
A former high school science teacher, Jeremy earned his Master's degree in Education Administration and a second Masters in Education in Instructional Technology from the University of Akron. In his current role as Curriculum and Technology Integration Coordinator at Lake Geauga Computer Association, Jeremy works to promote and support local school district access to online resources and advocates for the use of technology to benefit students and instructional staff.