On this "OER attributions" page, learn:
Citing openly licensed materials, whether they're images or videos or textbooks, is often referred to as "attribution" in the OER world. To "attribute" something, you are giving credit. It's the same idea as "citing" -- just a different term for it.
Always give credit to OER you use/create by adding attribution statements.
The simplest formula for creating attribution statements is TAL: Title, Author, License.
Here's a sample attribution statement:
"Difference between open license, public domain and all rights reserved copyright" by Boyoung Chae is licensed under CC BY 4.0.
Here are the parts of that sample attribution statement:
This video answers the questions:
Below are additional, short how-to videos for TCC faculty (part of our "Faculty How Do I?" video tutorial series), with practical examples for how to create attributions in Canvas.
Below are additional links to how to easily create OER attributions with an Open Attribution Builder tool (seen above), as well as best practices for attributions.
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