OER as a system relies on attribution and mindful licensing to thrive. Not all resources on this page are fully free or OER, but do fit within a larger textbook affordability strategy. Creative commons licensing defines boundaries and permissions for Reusing, Revising, Retaining, Redistributing, & Remixing OER content.
For more information about Creative Commons and quick reference to license definitions see the Creative Commons page.
Contact a librarian to see what eBooks we might already own on your subject area.
We can also locate streaming videos and articles to supplement any material you might already have.
You can also try building a Reading List using SmartSearch Educational Resources: SSER
|CRJU 114||Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs||Textbook|
|Check with instructor for materials being used|
|CRJU 205||Sex Crimes||Check with instructor for materials being used|
|CRJU 223||Juvenile Delinquency||Check with instructor for materials being used|
|CRJU 250||Ethics and Diversity in Criminal Justice||Check with instructor for materials being used|
|LGST 103||Legal Studies||Textbook|
|LGST 104||Law Office Practices/Legal Ethics||Check with instructor for materials being used|
|MNGT 105||Principles of Management||Textbook|
|MNGT 140||Business Law I||Textbook|
Contact your School Representative on the OER/Affordable Textbook Committee for more information on who is using OER in your Pathway:
School of Business, Education, Justice, and Law: Jessica Brown-Strott