The Gwinnett County Public Library system in Gwinnett County, GA uses it. Their url is www.gwinnettpl.org.I live in the county, but haven't used it yet. It's been around for several years here though.
Thank you Dlibrarian. I am looking at the link :)
All the libraries in Utah have it, but it's paid for by the State so I don't know the pricing.
I see. Thank you
We have Overdrive. I don't know the pricing either. Our county has a library consortium and they purchase overdrive services and other databases through that for all the district libraries. It is very popular at our library, we've been advertising it and get questions every day on how to use ther service. The one drawback is that just like with physical library books, there are only so many e-book licenses available at one time, so folks still end up on a waiting list for the really popular stuff. The only other issue is the learning curve for figuring out how to use the new software/technology. I don't think our staff got enough training before the big advertising push started, so we've all been playing catch up, but that's an internal issue, not a problem with Overdrive ; )
Thank you Cathy that was helpful. After the long wait they finally answered me only to tell me that it's the Sales department that's responsible for financial issues and that they should be contacting me soon. I'm keeping my fingers crossed cuz that's what they told me last time but never did. It's strange, I'm willing to add the service but they're not really taking interest. It looks like a great service no doubt but their customer service is making me think twice :/
Our library just started offering OverDrive in October. I love the product, and our member cardholders are already enjoying it. We are part of a consortium, and I have just placed my first order of audio books and eBooks. I found the staff to be overwhelmed by all the new libraries jumping on board, the training materials aren't real great, and our library staff feel sort of left in the dark. I am in charge of training everyone and answering cardholder's questions...but feel that I have inadequate backup. The pricing was a little mysterious. Wish they had told me up front about paying for the "Advantage" content. Advantage lets you purchase titles that are then available to your library cardholders. Cuts down on wait times for popular titles. Oh, well. Like Cathy F. says, thiese are internal issues. It is a welcome addition to what we can offer in our library.