The Stanford Digital Learning Forum is a program of mediaX at Stanford University, the affiliate program of the Human Science and Technology Advanced Research (H-STAR) Institute. With four different options, companies have a variety of ways to participate.
mediaX Membership Tiers:
Strategic Membership fees are minimum $300,000/year.
Institutional Membership fees are $100,000/year.
Associate Membership fees are $50,000/year.
Affiliate Membership fees are $10,000/year (Start-ups and Non-profits).
Members at the Institutional Level receive the opportunity to participate in the Learning Forum’s Fellow-Mentor-Advisor Program, as well as in activities of other mediaX Forums.
Click here for the listing of member benefits for more information. All Learning Forum memberships are subject to Stanford University Policies for Industrial Affiliates Programs. Please see the Research Policy Handbook for details.
Why Join mediaX and the SDLF?
The Digital Learning Forum is about establishing relationships and facilitating the exchange of knowledge. Companies benefit from access to innovative approaches to digital learning, experience in curriculum and course development, and wide-ranging research. Members have the opportunity to participate in the full range of programs, from Digital Learning Forum conferences, symposia, and seminars to special topic groups. They also have the opportunity to designate a visiting scholar to work alongside researchers and developers.
Any company or organization with an interest in the future of digital learning is eligible to join.
To learn more please email Martha Russell, Executive Director of mediaX at Stanford University and the Stanford Digital Learning Forum or call (650) 723-1616.
Initial Meetings and Follow-up:
Every company is unique, with its own goals and priorities. For that reason a company’s engagement with the SDLF is likely to be unique as well. Initial meetings are designed to identify company goals and areas of mutual interest. Follow-up meetings between the company’s representatives and Stanford faculty focus on building relationships around these mutual interests.
Current Community in the Stanford Digital Learning Forum: