Sponsor and exhibitor opportunities are available for the first ever fully virtual DT&L Conference
We are proud to have hosted DT&L, an annual event that has been presented in Madison, Wisconsin, since 1985. This year has brought with it many challenges, but we are privileged to offer the 2020 DT&L Conference as a fully virtual conference despite the difficulties of the pandemic.
We are working with a world-renowned professional streaming partner to remotely host this year’s conference. In addition to planning the virtual conference, we are working with our streaming partner to offer unique online opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors to connect with a wide audience that needs to hear your voice — especially now.
Contact Jenny Peabody at DTL@dcs.wisc.edu for more information!
Attendees represent educational institutions and nonprofit organizations from around the world:
|Directors, Managers, Coordinators||
|Instructors, Professors, Educator||
|Instructional Designers, Technologists, Developers||
|Provosts, Deans, Presidents, Other Administrators||
Here’s what conference attendees said about last year’s exhibit hall:
We’ve been exhibiting at the Distance Teaching & Learning Conference for many years and always find it a productive and meaningful event. Our staff gets a chance to meet educators from a variety of academic fields, connect with others in the education community and spread the word about the resources and deliverables our research center creates. I highly recommend this conference to others in the community – it’s a valuable part of our outreach activities each year.
–Rachael Bower, Director, Internet Scout Research Group, University of Wisconsin-Madison
I loved the receptions–more opportunity to check out the exhibits and network.
It helps to know what the big industry players are doing and what’s on the horizon.
I connected with a vendor in my geographical area that provides the video services I’ve been looking for.
We got some great ideas about educational products that can help us enhance our student learning experience.