2018 Teaching & Learning Conference
February 2 – February 4, 2018 | Baltimore, MD | Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
“Teaching Politics as a Public Good: Citizenship and Civic Engagement in the Classroom”
View the 2018 exhibitor prospectus here.
APSA’s 15th annual Teaching & Learning Conference focuses on promoting the scholarship of teaching and learning, equipping faculty with new techniques and resources for teaching, and enhancing the role of teaching in the discipline of political science. This year’s conference theme, “Teaching Politics as a Public Good,” focuses on the public value of teaching political science and how studying politics can help students build tools for citizenship and civic discourse.
The Teaching & Learning Conference provides the perfect opportunity to reach educators seeking cutting-edge classroom tools, techniques, and methodologies. Join more than 300 political science educators at this important event and showcase your latest books, classroom tools, technology, games and simulations, online course development, and software. With 15 attendees to every 1 exhibitor representative, the conference offers ample time for you to network.
Exhibit Space ($1,000.00) Includes:
- 6 foot draped table with two chairs
- 1 exhibit only badge
- 1 full access badge
- 1 priority point to use toward 2018 Annual Meeting space selection
- Listing on the TLC website and in the program book
A 10% discount on space is available for first-time conference exhibitors.
Maximize Your Exposure! Sponsorship Options Include:
- Continental breakfast
- Wireless access
- Product demonstrations
- Coffee breaks
Sponsors receive added benefits, based upon level, which can include complimentary ad space, complimentary registrations, logo inclusion on our website, and program book listings.
If you are unable to attend the Teaching & Learning Conference, consider reserving ad space in the conference program book.
To reserve ad space, exhibit space, or a sponsorship for the Teaching & Learning Conference, please contact [email protected].