BJU Press Partners With TextbookHub

Image of TextbookHub Founder, Javier Jurado, shaking hands with BJU Press President, William E. Apelian.BJU Press announces today an exclusive distribution agreement with TextbookHub and the development of a fully interactive product for its series of worktexts in time for the 2021/22 school year.

“Worktexts are a great way for students to learn, practice and develop skill mastery. Our customers have asked us to deliver that experience in a fully digital product,” says Milton Ashley, senior manager of Educational Technology.

“Worktexts are by their nature consumable. Once used, they are thrown away. A digital solution allows teachers to assign specific questions to complete, to grade manually or automatically, and to see question completion and progress analytics,” says Javier Jurado, Founder and COO of TextbookHub.

TextbookHub and BJU Press completed a pilot to distribute digital textbooks this year. “We’re pleased to expand our relationship with BJU Press so that schools can have digital materials they need on one integrated platform,” Jurado says.

TextbookHub offers independent and faith-based K-12 schools a full range of educational publishers and textbooks, making it easier for schools to manage selection, procurement, and distribution.

TextbookHub serves independent and faith-based K-12 schools by delivering a fully integrated and customized digital textbook platform with exceptional service and support. Working with a wide range of educational publishers, TextbookHub makes access and sign-in easy for administrators and teachers. TextbookHub was founded in 2018 and is based in Tempe, AZ. For more information, please visit or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.

BJU Press was established in 1974 and offers a complete product line of textbooks and distance-learning materials for K4–Grade 12. BJU Press is the largest publisher in South Carolina with two imprints producing children’s books, novels, Bible studies and more, as well as other Christian resources.


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