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Don't let faculty concerns sideline your digital-first strategy.
By RedShelf on September 8, 2022

Increasingly, campus store managers’ vision of course materials delivery includes ensuring day-one access and the benefits of digital formats for 100% of students in 100% of courses....

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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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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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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 to...

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San Diego State's Top Tips for Scaling Inclusive Access
By RedShelf on April 5, 2021

San Diego State University (SDSU) has a vision for a digital-first campus, and their Inclusive Access program (dubbed “Immediate Access”) is helping pave the way. Conversations around the...

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