Lower textbook costs for students and improve academic outcomes so you can meet key objectives.
Give students access to the textbooks they need on day one while increasing efficiency.
Improve the adoption process and give faculty the freedom to choose the content they want — from e-textbooks to courseware and OER.
Streamline complex processes, reach key objectives, and save more.
Find a solution that works for your program.
Get a user-activated acquisition solution that helps students succeed.
Engage your students at a deeper level
Get access to your textbooks from the first day of class.
BibliU transforms digital learning for higher education. Our campus-wide Universal Learning solution provides more content faculty at a lower price for students while simplifying processes for administrators at every level.
Provide students and faculty with access to millions of titles, as well as interactive textbooks, OER, monographs, and more.
With easy syncing between devices, students can study wherever they are, on any device — on and offline.
BibliU integrates fully with your existing learning systems, delivering a seamless experience while also reducing the workload for your administrators.
Section 508- and WCAG-compliant features like text-to-speech and background color options make learning easily accessible for all students.
Drive student engagement with features like adding notes, generating references, highlighting, searching across content, and so much more, for an exceptional student experience.
Access customized analytics dashboards, providing faculty and administrators with actionable insights into content usage and student study habits.
SSO allows users to log into the BibliU platform with their institution login details — no need to create a separate username and password.
"BibliU is about enhancing and making social and economic mobility possible. This is accomplished through cost reduction and by making available necessary educational resource systems that are so important for our students to have on the first day of class and by recognizing that finances and distance are a challenge."