RedShelf and Follett Expand Digital Course Materials Relationship
Partnership leverages early success and provides additional digital resources to more than 8 million students at 3,000 campus and eCommerce properties
RedShelf and Follett Higher Education Group announced an expanded partnership to improve the digital learning experience for college students and faculty. In addition to delivering a best-in-class eBook experience, RedShelf will now be the primary delivery platform for all digital course materials for Follett campus locations nationwide.
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Through the expanded partnership, Follett-managed stores in the USA and Canada will have access to a catalog of more than a million digital titles from hundreds of leading publishers. RedShelf’s integrations with Learning Management Systems and publisher courseware environments will give millions of students convenient, direct access to their required digital course materials.
“While eBook usage has been growing, digital courseware adoptions have climbed at an even faster rate, now representing nearly 40% of all teaching materials,” said Roe J. McFarlane, President of Follett Higher Education Group.
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The expanded partnership, to be fully implemented over the course of the next academic year, will focus on providing more frictionless access to both eBooks and courseware through digital access codes sold in-store and through direct delivery via the Follett ACCESS Program. “In 2012, Follett was first to market and created the now popular Inclusive Access models through the introduction of Follett ACCESS. By leveraging RedShelf’s leading-edge technology to support the program, Follett will continue to help campuses attract, retain, and drive better educational outcomes through state of the art digital learning experiences,” McFarlane added.
“RedShelf’s mission has always been about improving education through technology,” said Greg Fenton, RedShelf CEO and co-founder. “Now more than ever, the industry is feeling the impact that digital learning resources have on student accessibility and affordability, business and learning continuity, and operational efficiency.”
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