From a SPARC Blog Post:
Increasingly, colleges are choosing — or being required by state law — to inform students which courses on campus use open educational resources or other low cost materials. A new book shows higher education officials how to set up a workable system that makes it easy for students to find classes with free materials.
Marking Open and Affordable Courses: Best Practices and Case Studies was released in May on a free, online platform. Edited by Michelle Reed, Jessica Kirchner, and Sara Hare, the book offers an analysis of the technology, legislation, and cultural change needed—and case studies to illustrate the process. It is designed for administrators, librarians, campus store managers, instructors, registrars, and others interested in affordable resource markings.
Direct to Full Text Book: Marking Open and Affordable Courses: Best Practices and Case Studies
See Also: Another Recently Published Full Text Book (Open Access): “Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student Collaborations”