How it works
We offer a variety of purchasing options for distributing digital materials and provide opportunities to enhance your campus bookstore
Your digital distribution toolkit
PUBLISHER ACCESS CODE DISTRIBUTION
DIGITAL INVENTORY CONTROL
CUSTOM ONLINE MARKETPLACE
The RedShelf Promise
We built our platform with two things in mind: reliability and availability. We offer a variety of solutions for our partners, whether you’re a campus bookstore looking to create an online presence for the first time, or a member of your university administration exploring integrations with campus systems, we’re always available to you.
Hear from our bookstores
Our decision to work with RedShelf initially was because of their commitment to our store. Every detail, every question, every program was framed around how they could help us succeed as a bookstore. RedShelf has also proved to be one of our most flexible vendors, building a partnership that works like a partnership…not just another vendor. In complete honesty, if I am faced with a difficult decision or wrinkle with digital, RedShelf is the first place I turn. They solved a problem for me with an inclusive program course within a day, allowing me to add a course to our program with ease. Their integrations into our campus systems make anything possible, and their team constantly are reaching out to help support us. With their help, the digital frontier isn’t nearly such a lonely place anymore.
Auburn University Bookstore
"If I didn't have RedShelf by my side as we scaled an Inclusive Access program at Chemeketa, I would have experienced catastrophic failure. But because of RedShelf I have a partner to help me through the process, handle the technical work with publishers and our LMS team. Inclusive Access is not an easy process to do, but it is the right thing for the students. RedShelf shares this commitment and embraces the partnership with Bookstore to make it happen."
Chemeketa Community College
"Both faculty and students were asking about RedShelf, and we knew if we didn't offer digital, someone else would."
The BYU Campus Store