About the eRevolution
Within seven short years, the eRevolution Conference has become the premiere eLearning conference for educators in Indiana. The conference features internationally-recognized keynote and spotlight speakers, teacher-led sessions and workshops, and a rich array of other activities designed around excellent teaching and learning in the Digital Age. You can see some of the reasons that people love this conference with this video.
Our conference offers more than just content sessions. We work hard to provide all kinds of learning opportunities and networking events, so that educators who attend our conference feel that they found what they were looking for. Special events include our popular Technology Playground, Model Maker Space, Tweet-Ups, Collaboration Café, Digital Detox Zone, Contests and Giveaways, Technology Smackdowns, Panel Discussions, and much more.
Our attendees come from all areas of education including K-12 and post-secondary, with the largest portion coming from K-12 backgrounds. We also draw visitors from as far away as Florida and California, but our main audience is local to Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Illinois, due to our convenient location within 3 hours of Nashville, St. Louis, Indianapolis, and Louisville.
Another feature of our conference that we are very proud of is our affordability. We are able to offer this remarkable experience for $60, including continental breakfast and catered lunch.
We understand that your time and resources are valuable, and we believe that the EVSC eRevolution is a worthwhile investment for the following reasons:
- Reach– The eRevolution serves more than 800 educators annually from more than 100 different school districts, universities, and other organizations.
- Reputation– The eRevolution is highly regarded and well-established. When educators select a conference, ours is at the front of the list.
- Return on Investment– We work hard to craft a relationship with you that serves your needs as a sponsor and brings you value.
- Recognition– We don’t invite just anyone to be part of our conference. We pride ourselves on the integrity of our message that the companies featured at our conference are true relationships, vetted through experience.
- Reward– Our mission is a good one. We truly believe that with our sponsors, we make a difference in students’ lives.
By The Numbers
# of Attendees for the 2016 Conference
# of schools, districts, and universities represented each year
# of concurrent and workshop sessions each year
% of attendees that rate the conference as "Excellent" or "Good"
% of attendees that would recommend the conference to a colleague
% of attendees that are administrators
Grade Level Distribution
- Elementary 35%
- Middle School 27%
- High School 34%
- Higher Ed 4%
- Where and when is the eRevolution?
- The eRevolution Conference is NOT taking place this year (2017). Please watch this website for details surrounding events coming in 2018.
- What is the best way to get to Evansville?
- Evansville has its own airport (EVV) that is served by American, Delta, and United Airlines. Upon arrival, if you need ground transportation, please let us know. We will be happy to help arrange that. We are also conveniently located within 2 hours from Nashville, 3 hours from St. Louis, 2.5 hours from Indianapolis, and 1.5 hours from Louisville. The conference address is 15331 Highway 41 North, Evansville, IN 47725.
- Who is the eRevolution’s target audience?
- We serve all educators, though our largest constituency is K-12 educators. We have sessions that address the needs of classroom teachers, building and district administrators, media specialists, instructional support staff and coaches.
- How does the eRevolution audience break down demographically?
- We host 800-900 attendees from more than 120 school districts, universities, and other organizations annually. Our grade level distribution of educators is 35% Elementary, 27% Middle, 34% High School, and 4% Higher Ed. Administrators make up 10% of our attendees. The majority of our attendees are local to Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Illinois, but we regularly have attendees from all over the United States.
- Can I have access to your attendee contact information?
- We protect the privacy of our attendees, so it is our policy not to distribute their contact information to vendors. That said, at certain levels of sponsorship we are willing to distribute information on your behalf at the conference or to reach out to our attendees on your behalf via email ahead of or after the conference.
- How will you be advertising the eRevolution?
- We advertise through media coverage, social media, email, through state networks, and via our various websites. We also encourage our attendees and presenters to promote the conference through their networks and by participating in promotional activities that drive awareness. We are also a part of the IDOE Summer of eLearning, so we have their support in raising awareness.
- I have materials to ship. Where do I send them?
- If you are shipping materials to arrive on or before July 5th, then ship them to the attention of Tim Wilhelmus, EVSC Technology and Innovation Center, 951 Walnut Street, Evansville, IN 47713.
- If you are shipping materials to arrive after July 5th, then ship them to the attention of ICATS/eRevolution, Evansville North High School, 15331 Highway 41 North, Evansville, IN 47725.
- Are there opportunities to exhibit and/or present?
- There are opportunities to do both. While we do not extend the opportunity to all exhibitors and presenters, if we see that a collaboration is a good fit, we will be happy to work with you to create opportunities to exhibit and/or present. We reserve the opportunity to present to vendors who officially sponsor the conference. We have sponsor packages that begin at $1000 and include recognition not only at our conference, but in our digital spaces as well. Any contribution to the conference that is less than $1000 gets a mention as a contributor and any contributor to the conference has the opportunity to exhibit in our Learning Commons.
- Is there a charge to exhibit and/or present?
- There is a $500 charge to exhibit in our Learning Commons. We work with vendors to find the best way to showcase their work. That said, we reserve the opportunity to present for our sponsors. We have sponsor packages that begin at $1000 and include recognition not only at our conference, but in our digital spaces as well. Any contribution to the conference that is less than $1000 gets a mention as a contributor.
- Additionally, while official sponsors receive free registration to the conference for all exhibitors, contributors to the conference will receive one free registration for a single exhibitor. Any additional representatives of the organization need to register as attendees at full price.
- All lead presenters attend for free.
- What do I need to know about exhibiting at the eRevolution?
- Set-Up: The Learning Commons will be open on July 8th (2016) for exhibitor set-up from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Exhibitors may also set up in the morning of July 11th beginning at 6:30 AM.
- Tear-Down: The Learning Commons is open on July 11th-13th (2016) from 7:00-3:30. However, we understand that some organizations will need to break down exhibits before 3:30 on the 13th. If this is the case, we ask that you keep your exhibit in place through lunch on July 13th (Noon CST).
- Schedule: We have 3 times during the day that our Learning Commons is open without sessions being offered: before the first sessions in the morning, during our lunch, and immediately following lunch during which conference content is throttled and focused toward the Learning Commons space. Additionally, there are scheduled collaboration times throughout the day of 20 minutes between sessions to allow attendees to explore other offerings including the Learning Commons which runs the length of the venue and is VERY high traffic. In fact, the area is also where most attendees eat lunch.
- What is provided: We provide a 6 foot table with skirting. We can also provide electricity upon request. We have a robust wireless network to accommodate Internet access. If you have additional needs, we can discuss that on a case by case basis.
- Is there dedicated vendor time during the conference?
- The Learning Commons is open on July 11th-13th (2016) from 7:00-3:30. We have 3 times during the day that our Learning Commons is open without sessions being offered: before the first sessions in the morning, during our lunch, and immediately following lunch during which conference content is throttled and focused toward the Learning Commons space. Additionally, there are scheduled collaboration times throughout the day of 20 minutes between sessions to allow attendees to explore other offerings including the Learning Commons which runs the length of the venue and is VERY high traffic. In fact, the area is also where most attendees eat lunch.
- How do I become a Sponsor?
- Begin by filling out the form at this link.
- We will review your information and respond as quickly as we can.
- Assuming a sponsorship is a good fit, we will set up a time at your convenience to discuss details.
- Who do I contact regarding vendor participation and sponsorship?
Ways to Participate
- Annual Sponsorship
- Sponsor a speaker
- Sponsor a special event
- Session content
- Table in our Learning Commons or Technology Playground
- In-kind donations / discounted services for the conference