Benefits of Inclusive Access
Inclusive Access course materials cost less than printed textbooks and access codes (but they are not free).
Available the First Day of Class – No Need to Order!
You will be able to log in to your course’s D2L site at the start of the semester to access your Inclusive Access materials.
Inclusive Access course materials are billed directly to your student account in eServices if you are enrolled in the class. Do not purchase the materials elsewhere, or you might be charged twice.
More Than Just eTextbooks
Inclusive Access materials can also contain online access to assignments, tests, etc. required for the class.
How Inclusive Access Works
- Your instructor chooses Inclusive Access course materials for their class.
- The IA course materials are added to D2L.
- If you are enrolled in a Direct Digital course, you will be automatically charged a fee for AI access on your student bill in eServices.
- IA materials are available to use the first day of class! Access the materials in your course’s D2L Brightspace site. Your instructor will provide the link.
If you already own this material, you will need to opt-out of Inclusive access.
Help with eBooks & Customer Support
Contact RedShelf for help: https://solve.redshelf.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
RedShelf Student Support for answers to frequently asked questions
Minnesota State Community and Technical College, in collaboration with instructors and textbook publishers, has created the Inclusive Access program in order to reduce the cost of textbooks.
When a class uses Inclusive Access, the required course materials will be available to students digitally through D2L.
Inclusive Access materials cost less than the normal price of the books or access codes.