Publishers RedShelf


Enhancing your products with the power of our platform

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Increased Reach

Compete directly with secondary market purchase options by reaching students at over 500 college and university bookstores. We provide 1:1 sales rep crediting for every unit sold.

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Market Intelligence

Inform in-house decision making with valuable pricing and market data, and eBook usage analytics that you can't get with printed material.

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Superior Performance

Achieve market excellence on a platform that has 99.999% uptime. Our fast, clean eReader allows users to gain immediate access to content without downloads or syncing.

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Advanced Tools

Delight readers with advanced study tools in a sleek and powerful eReader that supports both PDF and ePub files. Our tools enable readers to highlight, search and define key terms, create flashcards and study guides, and collaborate.

We want to give students all possible options for choosing the course materials that meet their needs and fit their budgets.


It's easy to distribute content with us. We distribute eBooks, eTextbooks, digital course packets, publisher product codes, print on demand, and digital OER. Our publisher partners are never charged a setup fee and adding content to our catalog is always free. Bookstore and institutional partners do not pay setup, monthly or annual fees for signing up with RedShelf. RedShelf simply takes a retail fee and nothing more.


500+ schools. 600+ publishers. It's time to upgrade your digital content experience.

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