Educational publishers are creators of high-quality learning resources for early childhood, primary, secondary and higher education.
The Educational Publishing Awards Australia celebrate excellence in the industry – including its people and the learning resources they make.
Key Dates for the Awards
Thursday 5 May 2022 – Entries open
Friday 17 June 2022 – Entries close
Wednesday 7 September – 2022 EPAA event – Buy your tickets now
Graeme Lofts, Merrin Evergreen
Anne Forbes, Vinesh Chandra, Linda Pfeiffer et al.
Cambridge University Press
Lisa Filippin, Annie Wilson, Peter Farrar
Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand
Terry Newton, Ashley Joyce, Rachel Whan
Nelson – A Cengage Company
Geoff Arnott, Eva Bowers, Stacey Murray
Julie Hayes, Bronwyn Parkin
Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)
Latest News & Stories
Introducing EPAA 2021 Winners Cambridge University Press: winner of Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource
Curious about what the judges look for in an EPAA winner? In 2021, the Cambridge University Press team were the proud recipients of the Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource- Blended learning (wholly Australian) Award. Here they have shared their publishing journey with us, looking at the process they went through to produce such an outstanding…
Entries open soon for the 2022 Educational Publishing Awards. Submissions open on Thursday 5 May for learning resources published between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2022. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the EPAAs, and we’ll be celebrating with the return of the EPAAs Awards Night as a live event. Join us in…
Meet Ro Stewart – the Mike Horsley Award recipient for 2021 The Mike Horsley Award is presented to a professional in the educational publishing industry who has shown dedication to its advancement over an extended period of time. Pearson Australia’s Rosaleen Stewart was named the third recipient of this relatively new gong at the EPAA…
Watch the Broadcast video for all the stories and judges comments. You can browse these resources on the Awards page Primary Student Resource – Arts/Science/Humanities/Social Sciences/Technologies/Health and Physical Education/Languages WINNER: Australia’s Defining Moments Digital Classroom (National Museum of Australia) Highly Commended: REDeLEARN (Redback Publishing) Shortlisted: Targeting Stem Journal Years 3-6, Tim Tuck…