Why Overdrive Has Been Good for Building Relationships

So I was in the comments of one of my book haul videos recently talking about how I have so many stories about my students and reading that I missed doing Sunday Bookstacks so I could brag on them a bit.

I don’t know if I’m really going to have the time to make this a thing, but I’d like to. We’ll play it by ear. Today’s Sunday Bookstack is “Why Overdrive Has Been Good for Building Relationships.”

Video Description: Books in my #Bookstack this week

New Post up at thebooksupplier.com. This is the return (maybe?) of the Sunday #Bookstack videos.

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3 thoughts on “Why Overdrive Has Been Good for Building Relationships

  1. I think that it’s awesome that you did that for your student. Overdrive is such an amazing thing, I usually use Overdrive when I can’t get physical books or there’s a long wait.

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    1. I find that I keep my students more with instant gratification. If they don’t have to wait for something, they’re more likely to buy in. For myself, I use Overdrive in the same way you do – and so I’m not spending a million dollars a month on audiobooks.

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