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How Open Educational Resources Can Increase Opportunites for Everyone Richard Rowe Let me begin by suggesting a different question than “ Do Open Educational Resources actually increase the digital divide? ” Instead, let me ask: How can OERs be used to reduce the digital divide? Or more importantly, how can OERs be used to increase the opportunities for everyone to maximize their potential? To me, that is the underlying criterion we should use to determine which innovations for learning are desirable, and which ones are not. Let’s begin by stipulating that the deep divides that are increasing today throughout the world, between the “have’s and have not’s”, create dangerous instabilities that impact all of us.