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Ensuring Equal Access for Every Learner
By Erin Lucas on September 30, 2021

Did you know that roughly one in seven of us has some kind of disability?  It's an enormous number that underscores why accessibility (a11y) remains at the core of RedShelf's solutions....

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RedShelf Named to Inc. 5000’s Fastest-Growing Companies List for Fourth Consecutive Year
By RedShelf on August 17, 2021

Inc. magazine announced that RedShelf has been recognized as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies for the fourth consecutive year. The Inc. 5000 list spotlights the most...

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Accessibility: A Requirement, Not A Feature
By RedShelf on July 15, 2021

You'll often find RedShelf in a classroom. But you'll also find us in a locker, under a bed, on the kitchen island—or on a boat sailing to a tropical one. Now, more than ever before,...

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The Evolution of Digital Course Materials Delivery
By RedShelf on June 7, 2021

RedShelf was one of the first—and we remain one of the only—course material providers focused squarely on being the best at digital content delivery.  In the early days, we helped our...

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Best Practices for Digital Publishing Success
By RedShelf on May 25, 2021

Distributing digital course materials to more than half of colleges and universities nationwide, RedShelf is known for helping set the standard of quality in digital publishing and...

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Minneapolis College's Top Tips for Scaling Inclusive Access
By RedShelf on April 27, 2021

The Inclusive Access concept found its way to Minneapolis College—a member of Minnesota State, a system of 30 colleges and seven universities— via a student senate that was introduced...

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Helping Student Athletes Win, On & Off the Field
By RedShelf on February 19, 2021

Many of our college partners have found that automatically providing digital course materials to every student athlete is a winning solution for athletes, athletic departments, and...

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