Which schools will be getting new textbooks?

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The NCAA will announce Tuesday which schools will receive new textbooks in the coming months, a move that will allow students to get their books in more places.

The schools participating in the change include Georgia Tech, Florida State, Miami and Kentucky.

Georgia Tech, which is part of the ACC, is expected to announce Tuesday that it will be buying new textbooks for all students, with some of those being released for the first time since 2009.

For students who already have access to their own books, the schools participating are likely to include Clemson, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Louisville, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Rutgers, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

It is not clear how many students will be able to purchase their own textbooks, but it is likely that many will be students at other institutions who already had access to a library or library resources.

The NCAA also announced that it plans to add online access to its NCAA.com and its mobile apps.

“Online access is essential to help students learn from the material, while enabling them to keep up to date with what is happening in the classroom,” NCAA.org spokeswoman Stephanie Hickey said in a statement.

College basketball has had a slow start to its new digital platform with limited online access at times, but there is hope.

As of Monday, NCAA.net had more than 4.3 million subscribers and had received nearly 1.7 billion page views, according to the Web analytics firm SimilarWeb.

That number has been rising since the start of the NCAA basketball season, when the site only had 1.5 million users.

This year, college basketball is expected have more than 6 million subscribers, according the Sports Business Journal, with the majority of them likely to be students.

In 2016, the NCAA launched a new site called NCAA.tv.

It has about 20 million users, but the site has been struggling to compete with the major leagues and streaming platforms, and has not yet surpassed the number of subscribers that the NBA and NHL have.

But the site is expected with a much more robust platform for college basketball as the NCAA is expected use it to create video highlights, as well as to stream college basketball games.