Thank you to our sponsors

The 2018 Educational Publishing Awards Australia would not be possible without the contribution of a large number of people. In particular our sponsors: The Copyright Agency, OPUS Group, diacriTech, Learnosity, Scientific Publishing Services, AngryChair and CQUniversity.     Peruse the catalogue including articles, winners and highly commended titles  2018 Educational Publishing Awards Australia

2018 WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR AUSTRALIAN EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING AWARDS

The connection between Australian educators and publishers, who create learning resources for the classroom, was last week celebrated at the Educational Publishing Awards of Australia in Melbourne. Twenty-three winners were announced across three broad categories of primary, secondary and tertiary education. The big winners of the evening were PLD – a learning and literacy organisation…

Today we celebrate 25 years of educational publishing in Australia

More than 200 educators and educational publishers will come together at The Arts Centre in Melbourne tonight to toast another year of making high-standard educational materials for Australia’s roughly four million school students, and also Tertiary and TAFE/vocational learners. The combined efforts of educators and educational publishers will be celebrated in the 25th Educational Publishing…

Future-proofing with diacriTech

  Smarter conversion strategies and delivery mechanisms, intelligent workflow automations and tools, and tactical solutions to production challenges: these are the top essentials to address the growth prospects, changes, and latest trends in the global content publishing market, which is witnessing huge transformations. As the publishing landscape has evolved, so have we at diacriTech (a…

Getting to know keynote speaker Shelley Ware

Keynote speaker Shelley Ware is perhaps best known for her work on the SBS footy show, Marngrook, yet she’s an experienced and practising primary school teacher based in Victoria and is author of the educational resource, Teaching Notes for Sunshine Classics. Shelley spoke with us recently about her love for teaching, her experience in writing…

Interview with Chief Judge Angela Carbone

We asked Angela Carbone, Chief Judge, about the final judging day, her take on the state of the educational publishing industry and her new role at Swinburne University. Here’s what she had to say: What is your role in the judging process? I’m the Chief Judge and I work very closely with the panel of…

Marngrook presenter, Shelley Ware, keynote at the awards

  Presenter for NITV-SBS footy show, Marngrook, Shelley Ware is today announced as the keynote speaker at the Educational Publishing Awards of Australia. A proud Yankunyjatjara and Wirangu woman from Adelaide, South Australia, Ms Ware is a trained educator with 20 years experience in the classroom, and author of  Teaching Notes for the Sunshine Classics…

Interview with Gregory Crocetti, Scale Free Network

We caught up with Gregory Crocetti, the Co-director at Scale Free Network, about The Invisible War: A Tale of Two Scales, to see how things have panned out since winning the Most Outstanding Resource of the Year Award at last year’s Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAAs). Here’s what he had to say: After taking out the…

Interview with Chee Ng and Vivienne O'Shannessy, Cengage

We asked Cengage Content Manager, Chee Ng, and author Vivienne O’Shannessy, about The Road to Hospitality, 4e, winner of the 2017 EPAA for TAFE & Vocational Education: Student Resource. Here’s what they had to say: Tell us about one thing that makes the quality of The Road to Hospitality so great? Currency in training and learning…

Celebrating 25 years of EPAA Overall Winners

To celebrate a quarter of a century of the EPAAs, let’s walk down memory lane and take a look at the past winners for the Award for Excellence in Educational Publishing. Stroll down memory lane from last year’s The Invisible War: A Tale of Two Scales, published by Scale Free Network, to Mathematics From Many…

Interview with Daniel Aspinall, Oxford University Press

Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Daniel Aspinall and I am the Publishing and Editorial Manager for Secondary at Oxford University Press. What Educational Publishing Award did you win in 2017? In 2017, we were lucky enough to take home the Secondary Publisher of the Year award. This was a great honour…

The 25th Educational Publishing Awards Australia Shortlist

It is with great pleasure that we announce the 25th Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAA) shortlist! Organised by the Australian Publishers Association and sponsored by Copyright Agency, the prestigious EPAAs recognise excellence and innovation within the educational publishing industry. This year’s entries are of a high standard, and are a testament to the tremendous effort…