Thank you to our Event Partners! Join the partners below at the ETL Forum where they will participate in activities to showcase their products and make meaningful connections with SETDA’s unique membership of state leaders from across the country. Participating in the ETL Forum as a partner affords these companies the valuable opportunity to stand alongside state leaders and discuss EdTech issues and solutions.
SETDA provides opportunities for companies to network with state members and showcase their products/services at our in-person events. A variety of activities afford companies an audience with state members; examples include speed meeting sessions, round robin product demonstrations or speaking opportunities. Learn more about our Private Sector Partnership programs. These partnership programs are excellent ways for companies to have in-depth interactions with state members throughout the year.
The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials provides resources and technical assistance for educators, parents, students, publishers, conversion houses, accessible media producers, and others interested in learning more about AEM and implementing AEM and the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS).
Company Contact: Cynthia Curry, Director, AEM Center | [email protected] | @AEM_Center
We’re investing billions into the economy, providing quality jobs to over 200,000 people in the U.S. alone. Since 2008, we’ve committed $500 million to programs that help millions of students in all 50 states and around the world. By bringing together solutions that help protect, serve and connect—committed AT&T professionals are leading the future in education for students, for educators and in technology. No company is more invested in America’s future than AT&T.
Company Contact: Nancy Lehner, Lead Channel Manager – Education | [email protected] | @AT&T
Edsby® is a comprehensive digital learning and data platform for K-12. Edsby gives states, provinces and national governments powerful ways to facilitate their K-12 digital transformations. Edsby aggregates and consolidates data from existing systems of record and makes it available to relevant stakeholders and applications. Unlike other systems, Edsby was designed specifically for K-12 and supports the full spectrum of learner, parent and educator data unique to K-12, and respects the policies, terms, standards and data security required in K-12. It is the technology powering national electronic student records for the country of New Zealand.
Company Contact: Dallas Kachan, VP Marketing | [email protected] | @Edsby
edWeb.net is a free professional learning and social network that makes it easy for educators to collaborate, share innovative ideas, and improve teaching and learning. We provide the online professional learning and support educators need to advance their practice, build better schools, and prepare students for life-long learning and success.
Company Contact: Lisa Schmucki, CEO | [email protected] | @edwebnet
Designed for seamless curriculum integration, Mango Languages is the award-winning language-learning resource for academic institutions around the world. On a mission to inspire students to forge meaningful connections with the world they will inherit, Mango is the only language software that approaches learning using proven methodologies and smart technology that adapts to individual learning habits, fostering retention and rapidly building conversation skills. To learn more about how Mango prepares learners of all ages to start the conversation in another language, visit mangolanguages.com, or follow @mangolanguages on Twitter.
Company Contact: Billy Piche, Events Manager | [email protected] | @MangoLanguages
STEM Education Works, in partnership with Purdue University, has developed authentic, industry-aligned learning experiences to cultivate the practical technical competencies and employability skills necessary for student success. Our standard-aligned curriculum can be offered as a standalone course anywhere in an appropriate STEM or CTE pathway course. We combine industrial quality technologies to teach programming, robotics, automation, advanced manufacturing, electronics, logistics, engineering design, supply chain management, and innovation. We also offer a complete learning and discovery and makerspace lab packages, including curriculum, to inspire creativity, encourage critical thinking, and connect students to their physical world.
Company Contact: Christine Mills, Director of Business Development & Strategy | [email protected] | @STEMeduworks
For more information: To learn more about how your company can become engaged with SETDA’s membership, please contact Melissa Green, Director of Strategic Partnerships, [email protected] or 202-715-6636 x703.
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