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Information for Libraries: Libby by Overdrive

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About Overdrive / Libby

Every Wyoming public library, community college library, and the University of Wyoming has access to Overdrive. Content includes ebooks, eaudiobooks, and digital magazines.

Overdrive can be enjoyed on a variety of devices with the Libby App. 

Frequent Questions

How do I get help with the Libby apps?

Visit OverDrive support at for assistance with most questions. The WYLD Office manages the integration with Symphony to ensure that patrons can log in to Libby with their library cards, but for general help with Libby, OverDrive support is the best contact.


How do I find usage statistics for my library?

Log in to your library's Overdrive Marketplace account at and click on the Insights tab.


Usage - All Libraries

FY23 - July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023
Content Total Checkouts Total Holds


467,469 152,159
Audiobook 551,663 240,518
Video 138 4
Magazine 43,047 0
TOTAL 1,062,317 392,681
Total Unique Users 32,531


FY22 - July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022
Content Total Checkouts Total Holds


414,785 109,632
Audiobook 421,172 159,000
Video 771 7
Magazine 33,428 0
TOTAL 870,156 268,639
Total Unique Users 27,454


Marketing & Training

Find more information in the Overdrive Resource Center.


Marketing Materials


Staff Training

Libby > Libby Overview (

Have you met Libby? Take a bird’s eye view of signing in, borrowing titles, customizing the app, and accessing special features.

Who should view: All staff


Digital Library Website > Demonstration (

Learn how to browse, borrow, and enjoy OverDrive media. At the end of this course, staff should feel comfortable answering basic questions about your OverDrive service and the digital library website.

Who should view: All staff


OverDrive Marketplace > Marketplace Overview  (

Attract users to your OverDrive-powered website by creating an exciting and easy-to-maintain collection. Learn the basics of selecting and purchasing content for your digital library.

Who should view: Selectors and staff involved in collection development.


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