One of the big components of utilizing OER is attribution. Attribution is very much like citing references -- it is providing credit to the creator of the OER that you are using. In order to provide correct attribution, you may have to list Creative Commons information, as well as the creator's information. Throughout this LibGuide, you can find many examples of attribution.
Attribution Tool : Just like a citation generator, this tool from Open Washington helps you format attributions for any OER you utilize (Open Attribution Builder is licensed under CC BY 4.0. Managed by WA SBCTC) .
Creative Commons: On this page, you will find out how to provide correct attributions when utilizing resources licensed through Creative Commons.
As outlined in the Faculty Handbook: "Some departments have selected the books faculty should use in certain courses. Check the course outline to see what books are required or recommended. Except when there is a department-approved text, instructors are free to decide on the textbooks they wish to use. However, keep in mind that students may need to purchase very expensive textbooks for several classes, so consider the cost when selecting materials" (p. 17).