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.

 

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Key Dates for the Awards

Thursday 5 May 2022 – Entries open

Friday 10 June 2022 – Entries close

September (exact date TBC) – 2022 EPAA event – Watch on Youtube 

 

Human Kind Series: Persistence

Human Kind Series: Persistence

Zanni Louise, Missy Turner
Five Mile

VCE Legal Studies Units 1-4 (Fourteenth and Fifteenth Edition)

VCE Legal Studies Units 1-4 (Fourteenth and Fifteenth Edition)

Lisa Filippin, Annie Wilson, Peter Farrar
Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand

Give Me Some Space!

Give Me Some Space!

Philip Bunting
Omnibus Books

Information Systems

Information Systems

Lekhani Pathirana, Alfie Punnoose
Didasko

Animated Big Books Series (F-2)

Animated Big Books Series (F-2)

Dr Calvin Irons, James Burnett et al.
ORIGO Education and Cetati studios

Investigating Model Texts for Learning

Investigating Model Texts for Learning

Sally Humphrey, Emma Vale
Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)

REDeLEARN

REDeLEARN

Redback Publishing

Fit for Life Years 7 & 8 and 9 & 10 for the Victorian Curriculum

Fit for Life Years 7 & 8 and 9 & 10 for the Victorian Curriculum

Rob Malpeli, Claire Stonehouse, Lee Anton-Hem et al.
Nelson – A Cengage Company

MindTap for Teaching Primary Science Constructively 7e

MindTap for Teaching Primary Science Constructively 7e

Keith Skamp, Christine Preston et al.
Cengage

MindTap for Marketing Research 5e

MindTap for Marketing Research 5e

Steven D’Alessandro, Hume Winzar, Ben Lowe et al.
Cengage

Oxford Grammar 2nd edition

Oxford Grammar 2nd edition

Andrew Woods
Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand

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