Meet the Judges: Sabine Bolick and Rebecca Henson

Continuing our Meet the Judges series, Primary sector judges Sabine Bolick and Rebecca Henson took some time out from their judging duties to tell us a bit about themselves.

Meet the Judges: Peter Stannard and Kate McGough

The Educational Publishing Awards are judged by a panel of highly experienced publishing professionals. In the build up to the shortlist announcement, we’ll be introducing you to the people diligently reviewing the huge number of entries this year. In this, the first edition of our Meet the Judges series, we interview Primary sector judges Peter Stannard…

Chief judge Professor Mike Horsley reflects on 21 years of the EPAAs

On the eve of the twenty-first anniversary celebrations of the Educational Publishing Awards, co-founder and chief judge Professor Mike Horsley reflects on the importance and influence of the awards and the evolution of educational publishing. Mike is currently Director of the Learning and Teaching Education Research Centre at CQ University.

What do the EPAAs mean to publishers?

The EPAAs aim to set a benchmark for excellence, celebrating industry innovation and high quality pedagogical content, but aside from a nice night out with colleagues and maybe even a shiny trophy for the cabinet in reception, what do the awards really mean to publishers? In 2013 the PM Oral Literacy series won an award for the Primary…

Interview with Olga Lavecchia, designer of the new EPAAs branding

The Educational Publishing Awards are organized by the APA Schools Committee, which is made up of elected representatives from publishers across the industry. After the committee decided that the branding of the event needed refreshing for its 21st anniversary, Cengage Learning offered the services of Creative Manager, Olga Lavecchia. As a committee of font-nerds, we…