Why Auburn is looking to get more books into the hands of the public
Auburn is planning to have a major expansion of its library program, but the plan isn’t without controversy.
The school’s library system currently offers more than 700,000 books to students.
It is a part of the school’s “Digital Library” program, which gives students access to digital books.
As part of that program, Auburn offers digital books at its campuses.
Students can order digital books from the school, but there is an additional charge to use them at home.
According to Auburn President David Blatt, Auburn wants to bring more digital books to the school.
“This is a big part of our library program,” Blatt said in March.
“Our goal is to get every student to have access to every book.”
In January, the school unveiled its Digital Library program, in which students can order books at a discounted rate.
That program is now open to students, but Blatt has not released numbers on how many books students have purchased.
Auburn officials have said that it is aiming to have 75 percent of its students have digital books by 2020, which is well ahead of the program’s target.
At the same time, students are being encouraged to get their hands on more books by enrolling in the program.
One of the biggest challenges for the school is making sure that students who are in the digital library are enrolled in classes, according to Blatt.
For instance, if you’re a freshman, the digital books are not going to be available to you for three weeks.
That means that you’re not going get the books that you want to have available to study.
That’s not fair to students.
“It is not unusual for universities to change their program or structure depending on what is needed for a particular academic year.
In April, Blatt announced that he had started a new “digital library” at Auburn.
While Blatt acknowledged that the school had a lot of work ahead of it, he said he was confident that he could get the program up and running.”
This program is designed to provide a platform for students to study,” Blatchatt said.
While Blatt acknowledged that the school had a lot of work ahead of it, he said he was confident that he could get the program up and running.