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…

2022 Educational Publishing Awards: Entries opening soon

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…

Rosaleen Stewart – Winner of the Mike Horsley Award 2021

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…

Winners of the 2021 EPAA Awards

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…

How to Watch the Awards Ceremony online

HOW TO WATCH THE EPAA BROADCAST With less than a week to go until the broadcast of the Educational Publishing Awards Australia for 2021, we’re sending you a reminder on how to watch.   The Awards will broadcast at 4.00 pm Thursday 9 September on Youtube.  They will go for roughly 40 minutes.   Instructions You must…

Educational resources shortlisted in the 2021 awards

Primary Category Shortlist       Secondary     Tertiary/VET   Browse the learning resources.

Meet Tori Shaw, Secondary Science Teacher and EPAA judge

Science teacher and secondary resource co-author, Tori Shaw, this year joined the EPAA judging panel. We got to know her a little better and what she learnt in judging the learning materials that were submitted in this year’s awards.   Tell us a little about your teaching career. What do you teach and what do…

Shortlist announced for the 2021 Awards

Ninety-seven learning resources were submitted in this year’s Educational Publishing Awards Australia. On this brand new website, which showcases the industry and its products, we can present to you the 2021 Shortlist. Click on this page to browse the Shortlist, complete with front covers and title information. There’s a different tab for each teaching tier…

Meet Yazmin Islam, from Wiley Australia

Yazmin Islam has been working on the EPAA committee for three years alongside her Marketing role at Wiley Australia. We chatted with Yazmin to learn more about her career journey and what to expect in this year’s live broadcast that will announce the winners of the Educational Publishing Awards Australia 2021. Subscribe to watch on…

Meet Thuong Du from Cambridge Uni Press

The judging is finalised and preparations are being made for the Educational Publishing Awards shortlist announcement and awards ceremony. The EPAAs this year will be broadcast via YouTube on 9 September. One member of the SEPC, who oversee the EPAA, is Thuong Du, Publishing Manager at Cambridge University Press. Thuong has been with the company…

Mike Horsley Award open for nominations

Nominations for this year’s Mike Horsley Award are now open. This award is named after the founder of the EPAAs and recognises outstanding service to educational publishing (primary, secondary and/or tertiary). Nominate someone you know who has demonstrated long-standing and exemplary service to the educational publishing field. Past winners include Peter van Noorden and Peter Stannard. Past winners include Peter van Noorden and Peter…

Feedback sought on Australian educational publishers and learning resources

Educational publishers are requesting the feedback of booksellers, educators and librarians about their service to the education sector. If you buy, sell or use educational resources, we want you to cast your vote in the Publisher of the Year survey. It will help decide this year’s Australian Primary and Secondary Publishers of the Year. More…