SETDA Names Emerging Private Sector Partners
Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA)
has selected nine emerging private sector partners to highlight at its
Emerging Technologies Forum June
26 in Philadelphia.
After a competitive process to pick the nine
companies and in
return for a sponsorship fee, the nine companies will have the
meet with state educational technology representatives during the forum, give
presentation on their products, host a table-top demonstration and
workshops and networking events. They will also be able to take
SETDA branding in their own marketing efforts over the next year and
with members in other ways.
"State educational technology leaders will receive
of learning about our strategic partners' high quality digital learning
products and services," said SETDA Interim Executive Director Lan
the same time, these companies will benefit from greater understanding
existing and emerging policies and practices in the states."
The nine companies were selected by SETDA on the
their status as emerging companies, their ability to provide technology
education and their potential to scale their efforts on either a
The nine companies are:
"We're thrilled to be selected," said Nureva CEO
Knowlton. "We look forward to receiving feedback and gaining
insight to help
guide our product direction."
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.