HTAV provides many opportunities for organisations to promote their products, events and services to history educators. With its huge network in a range of sectors, HTAV is ideally placed to make connections between your organisation and history teachers.

The main ways to advertise with HTAV are in the peer-reviewed journal Agora, and at conferences/events. To view all the conferences and the venues, please click here. HTAV also provides opportunities to advertise in its Member Bulletin Email and its Member Calendar.

To find out more about HTAV’s promotional opportunities and partnerships, please click here.

Exhibiting at HTAV Events
Exhibiting at HTAV events provides an excellent opportunity for organisations to promote their publications and services to teachers of History. Download a copy of the 2018 Events and Conferences Advertising Form here.

What Can HTAV Offer Its Partners?

  • Increase in brand recognition.
  • Interaction with History teachers.
  • Assistance in launching new products and services.

Exhibition spaces at HTAV events are booked out by advertisers well in advance, often months before the actual event. Don’t procrastinate and book your exhibition space now.

Please view the following video for information about the promotional opportunities available to your organisation at HTAV events.

HTAV Primary and Middle Years History Conference Advertising Opportunities

We are now taking bookings for advertising space in our 2018 HTAV Primary and Middle Years History Conference program.

When: Friday 19 October 2018
Where: CQ Functions, Melbourne CBD

Download the booking form here

Applications close: Friday 29 June 2018. Artwork specifications will be emailed after booking has been received.

Highlights from the 2017 Annual Conference: Critical and Creative History, captured via our social media links, are provided below:

Sponsors & partners

  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo
  • Anzac Prize
  • Latitude Group Travel
  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo

NOTE: Indigenous Australians are advised that the HTAV website may include images or names of people now deceased.