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
Keith Skamp, Christine Preston et al.
Rob Malpeli, Claire Stonehouse, Lee Anton-Hem et al.
Nelson – A Cengage Company
Mary Kavanagh, Michael Kavanagh
Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand
Graeme Lofts, Merrin Evergreen
Highlighting Writing Pty Ltd trading as 'Seven Steps to Writing Success'
John Wiley and Sons
Noah Riseman, Shirleene Robinson
Melbourne University Publishing
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