Corporate Partner Opportunities for 2023 Annual Conference Now Available

The 2023 ETC Annual Conference will be held September 20 – 23, hosted by the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. The conference provides an excellent source for professional development, facilitates great networking opportunities and presents a great platform to increase your company's visibility. It also provides the opportunity to participate in the sponsor showcase (tabletop displays). 

Showcase Schedule
The Showcase is currently scheduled for the below times and subject to change until the draft program is developed.
Wednesday, September 20th – 4:30-6:00pm (setup begins 9:00am)
Thursday, September 21st – 10:30am-5pm
Friday, September 22nd – 9:30am-3:00pm



The mission of ETC is to provide leadership and a forum for information exchange to the providers of media content, academic technology, and support for quality teaching and learning at institutions of higher education. To learn more about ETC's mission, click here.

The Benefits of Membership

ETC primarily offers membership to any institution of higher education with support units for media, instruction, presentation, or information technologies as well as firms and corporations whose business is in support of the purposes and objectives of ETC. Retiree and student membership rates are also available. 

Members will receive various networking opportunities to connect with other professionals in their field including access to member pricing at yearly conferences and a member listserv. Members can also participate in industry roundtable discussions concerning current trends and changes in the industry. For more information concerning member benefits, click here.

Connecting in the Clouds: Upcoming Instructional Design Interest Group Meeting

Beyond the Classroom Walls: Empowering Student Engagement Across Learning Environments

In this exciting session, we will focus on the topic of Student Engagement Strategies in various Learning Environments (Active Learning, Lecture Halls, Seminar Rooms, Hybrid, Flipped, Online, specialty spaces). We will explore the following questions and more -- What sorts of activities have we been seeing? What has student feedback been like? What seems to work and what does? How can we support faculty? What sort of technology (software and hardware) and resource (training, personal support) needs have been arising and how do we support more BYO and student-centered activities? What is the learning curve like?
Please join the Instructional Design Interest Group on Thursday, June 20 at 2pm ET to connect with your peers in the higher ed community.
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