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Become A Sponsor

T.H.E. Journal has teamed up with the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) to bring together key education decision makers and publishers to examine the future of content in education.

This event will explore the latest developments influencing the creation, distribution and acquisition of content in education. Be a part of the discussion and hear from top educators and policy makers as they discuss their plans for content in a new world of Common Core Standards and increased flexibility for acquiring and using content of all kinds.


The Congress on the Future of Content is conveniently co-located with FETC, one of the largest education technology conferences in the U.S. and will be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL on February 1, 2011. Sponsors of this high-level event position their company as a leader in the movement to improve the effectiveness and delivery of educational content in preparing today’s students for the future.

With a limited number of sponsorships available, the Congress provides a targeted, highly visible opportunity to reach education decision-makers, leaders and state policy makers interested in improving access and delivery of quality content.

The following sponsorships are available:


  • 3 free registrations to attend Congress
  • Platinum sponsorship acknowledgement throughout Congress (e.g., signage, event program, Congress website, etc.)
  • Full-Page ad in T.H.E. Journal (either the Jan. or Feb. 2011 issue)
  • Booth signage in FETC Exhibit Hall*
  • Banner ad on the Congress website (pre- and post-event)
  • Banner ad on T.H.E. Journal microsite (up to 60 days post-event)
  • Sponsor-supplied content assets posted on T.H.E. Journal’s digital content microsite (post-event)


  • 1 free registration to attend Congress
  • Booth signage in the FETC Exhibit Hall*
  • Banner ad on Congress website (pre- and post-event)

*Must have a booth purchased at FETC to receive the signage


These options don’t fit your needs? We are happy to put together a custom sponsorship just for you!


Who Should Attend:

  • Users of content (school and district administrators)
  • Publishers and providers of content
  • Distributors of content
  • Federal and State policy makers

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