eBook Users – Share Your Opinion & Win an iPad!

Take a survey - Enter to win an iPadThose of you who download eBooks and eAudiobooks from KDL have probably noticed that our eBook website recently underwent a makeover as OverDrive upgraded it to their new “Next Generation experience.”

Now that you’ve had a chance to use the site for a while, OverDrive wants to know what you think. Share your thoughts by taking their survey, and they will reward one lucky winner with an iPad!

The survey runs through April 30, and the data will be used to enhance library services in the future.

Good luck!


Written by Sheri


Sheri is the Kent District Library ILS & Electronic Resources Coordinator. She loves KDL’s eBook collection and her NOOK because they allow her to fit a whole stack of books in her purse to take with her wherever she goes.

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4 Responses to “eBook Users – Share Your Opinion & Win an iPad!”

  1. Eva North Says:

    I love your ebooks, e audiobooks, your whole entire site. Sometimes i like getting the ebooks vs the books because sometimes there is much more variety. I just have a kindle app on my phone, however , i do read from it also. Keep up the great work and keep up the great books.

  2. Heather Says:

    I really loved the physicality of holding a BOOK, and never thought I’d switch to an e-reader, but, the ease of your site and the Nook I just purchased have been changing my mind! I love the portability of having my books with me and it’s been so easy to get them downloaded to the Nook. Great job! THanks-Happy to begin the switch.

  3. james marr Says:

    I love my Nook and I love the KDL website.Sometimes I wish there were more copies of current books and some series(Janet Evanovich,etc.)But overall, I’m very satisfied.

  4. Sheila McHugh Says:

    ok. So I’m a little old-fashioned and like the look and feel of a book, but I’ve been hearing about ebooks and downloads. One of my students had an entire book on her iPad. It looked so easy. She could even highlight. It fascinated me so I borrowed my neighbor’s Nook to see if I could download something from the library myself. (I told her I’d delete it.) It worked just fine.
    Now I’m debating between a Nook and an iPad. (Maybe I’ll win one?!)