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Bye Bye, Bound Books? Part II
By RedShelf on May 16, 2022

The title asks a question that many in higher education have been pondering since 2008. It was the year that President George W. Bush signed the reauthorization of the Higher Education...

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Bye Bye, Bound Books? Part I
By RedShelf on April 18, 2022

We sat down with RedShelf Product Director, Lisa Keefe, to talk about fundamental and likely permanent changes in how students consume content and instructors measure its impact. Keefe has...

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Unsung Women in Tech History
By RedShelf on March 1, 2022

The award-winning film, Hidden Figures (2016), tells the story of three amazing women—Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughan—whose work at the National Aeronautics and Space...

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The True Weight of Education
By RedShelf on February 11, 2022

Digital content delivery is changing education. This transformation in higher education, now accelerated by the pandemic, has created a huge demand for the printed book’s digital...

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Black History Month: Celebrating Famous Founders
By RedShelf on February 9, 2022

Last week, we celebrated several lesser-known African-American figures who have been pioneers, working through the channels of academia in some way. Today, we continue our celebration of...

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Celebrating Two Awards, One Amazing Designer
By RedShelf on February 4, 2022

To thrive in today’s market, a brand needs to offer timely, compelling solutions–and then communicate them in the right way, using not just words but a strong and consistent visual...

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Black History Month: Celebrating Famous Firsts
By RedShelf on February 2, 2022

Black History Month is celebrated every February as a time to recognize and honor African-Americans who made great contributions to some aspect of life in this country. Major figures like...

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What Lies Ahead: Higher Education Trends for 2022
By RedShelf on January 6, 2022

At RedShelf, we believe that education changes the world and that, through  technology, we can change education for the better. It’s a core belief that informs everything we do—including...

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RedShelf to Support Expansion of Innovative Program at SDSU
By RedShelf on December 14, 2021

Today, RedShelf announced an expanded partnership with the San Diego State University Bookstore, through which RedShelf will serve as the exclusive digital provider of course materials for...

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5 Tactics to Thwart Supply Chain Challenges
By RedShelf on December 3, 2021

For the last few months, we've heard about the complex supply chain woes facing businesses everywhere.  Retail decision-makers are feverishly diving-in to address these new challenges...

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