How OER Can Support Digital Equity in Your State
OER Summer Webinar Series

View webinar recording

How can you design your state’s digital equity plan to leverage OER, support equity and capitalize on improved digital infrastructure? 

In this webinar, the #GoOpen National Network outlined its efforts to advocate for integrating OER into digital equity implementations. Funded by the federal bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the Digital Equity Act of 2021 requires the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to promote digital equity, support digital inclusion activities, and build state and local capacity to increase broadband adoption and use.


Amee Evans Godwin, Senior Advisor, Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education

Amee Evans GodwinAmee Evans Godwin is senior advisor at ISKME. She leads the #GoOpen National Network, a national community-led effort to broaden the collaborative engagement of K-12 educators and leaders with open educational resources.

Reg Leichty, Founder, Foresight Law + Policy, PLLC

Reg LeichtyReg Leichty is an attorney with expertise in education, student and children’s privacy, and technology law and policy. He founded Foresight Law + Policy, PLLC, an education law firm based in Washington D.C., where he provides strategic advice, legal counsel and lobbying assistance to a broad range of clients, including education agencies and institutions, non-profit organizations, and companies.