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If you are a library in Washington that purchases OverDrive, you can contact OverDrive technical support through OverDrive's Content Reserve system. On the Support tab, at the bottom of the page, is a link to a support form. If you are one of the libraries listed below, contact Will Stuivenga for Content Reserve accounts. Will S. can also put you in touch with OverDrive liaison staff who work with the WDLC.

  • If you are a Washington public library, visit our How to Join page to find out how to participate in the Washington Digital Library Consortium (WDLC) which offers the Washington Anytime Library. The WDLC is open to Washington public libraries serving a population of 100,000 or less, that are not previous OverDrive customers. The following Washington libraries are WDLC members:
    • Anacortes Public Library
    • Bellingham Public Library
    • Burlington Public Library
    • Camas Public Library
    • Columbia County Rural Library District
    • Denny Ashby (Pomeroy) Library
    • Ellensburg Public Library
    • Jefferson County Rural Library District
    • Liberty Lake Municipal Library
    • Longview Public Library
    • Lopez Island Library District
    • Mount Vernon City Library
    • Neill (Pullman) Public Library
    • North Olympic Library System
    • Ocean Shores Public Library
    • Orcas Island Library District
    • Port Townsend Public Library
    • Puyallup Public Library
    • Ritzville Public Library
    • Roslyn Public Library
    • San Juan Island Library
    • Sedro-Woolley Public Library
    • Walla Walla County Rural Library District
    • Walla Walla Public Library
    • Whatcom County Library System
    • Whitman County Rural Library District
  • If you are not a library in Washington State, or if you would like to purchase OverDrive services individually, contact their sales support team at

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