Author:
Rebecca Henderson, Amee Godwin
Subject:
Education, Educational Technology
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Level:
Graduate / Professional
Tags:
  • Broadband
  • Broadband Solutions
  • Digital Equity
  • Educational: Technology
  • Federal Agencies
  • Goopen
  • K-12 Policy
  • Oer
  • PLWS
  • Policy
  • Policy Action
  • Policy Advocates
  • Teaching
  • Toolkit
  • plws
  • License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Downloadable docs, Text/HTML, Video

    How Open Educational Resources Can Support Digital Equity in Your State

    How Open Educational Resources Can Support Digital Equity in Your State

    Overview

    On Thursday, January 26, 2023, #GoOpen held a public webinar titled, “How Open Educational Resources Can Support Digital Equity in Your State”.  The session dove into the benefits of OER for digital equity, including hearing the perspective of a state that has invested in OER to promote equity. Featuring Connecticut education leader Doug Casey, the session provided specific examples of how participants might take action in their states to craft Digital Equity Plans that can leverage OER to support equity and capitalize on improved digital infrastructure.

    Webinar Resources

    On January 26, 2023, the #GoOpen National Network hosted the professional learning webinar titled "How Open Educational Resources Can Support Digital Equity in Your State," featuring:

    • Amee Godwin, Senior Advisor, ISKME
    • Reg Leichty, Founder and Partner, Foresight Law + Policy
    • Doug Casey, Executive Director, Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology

    Links to the slides and recording of the webinar are below:

    And, you can access the OER and Digital Equity Policy Action resources from the session at the links below, as well as find them in the GoOpen Network Members group: