Consider sponsoring baohouse.org‘s Global Interaction in Design Education Conference (GLIDE), a biennial, virtual conference. The 3rd GLIDE conference will stream Wednesday, November 7, 2012, starting at 8:15 AM.  For more information about the theme “CONSUMED: Food, Nutrition, Health” see glide12.org.

GLIDE’s virtual format makes it the more sustainable option for disseminating one’s research. With a growing international presence since 2008, the conference website reaches an international cast of design educators, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, professional practitioners and laypeople. Thus, sponsoring a GLIDE conference provides direct contact with this broad audience. Specifically, sponsors will:

  • Access educators, students, practitioners, and policymakers from design and design-related disciplines–many of whom are decision-makers.
  • Reach a global lay audience with an appreciation for design and sustainability.
  • Gain recognition as a key supporter of a “green” conference.
  • Show commitment to global interaction and the development of design research for the betterment of global society.

Sponsorship Levels:
Our Server Sponsors ($10000 or above) display their logos on the website and the postcard mailer. Server Sponsors are acknowledged verbally in the introduction to the conference and keynote speakers. Our URL Sponsor ($1000-$9999) display their logos on the website and the postcard mailer. Our Link Sponsors (up to $999) have their name and affiliation listed on a “Sponsors” page on the website.
fracturedatlaslogoIf you’re interested in sponsoring a GLIDE conference, you can donate online at https://www.fracturedatlas.org/donate/6143. You can also contribute by check. Please make your check payable to Fractured Atlas, with “GLIDE’12” in the memo line. You can mail your check to 6 Plum Road, Troy, New York 12180-6524. GLIDE’12 is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for GLIDE’12 must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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