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…

2021 Educational Publishing Awards: entries opening soon

Entries open soon for the 2021 Educational Publishing Awards.  Submissions open on Friday 30 April for learning resources published between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021. The 29th Educational Publishing Awards Australia will be held as a special digital event on Thursday 9 September 2021 – save the date to join us virtually. Please…

Interview with Peter Stannard, Firefly Education

The Educational Publishing Awards are committed to rewarding excellence and innovation in the publishing industry at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. We have put together a series of interviews with the publishers, editors and individuals involved in the creation and development of educational resources. We caught up with Peter Stannard from Firefly Education to talk about…

Interview with Sonia Davoine, Pearson Australia

The Educational Publishing Awards are committed to rewarding excellence and innovation in the publishing industry at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. We have put together a series of interviews with the publishers, editors and individuals involved in the creation and development of educational resources. We caught up with Sonia Davoine from Pearson Australia to talk…

Interview with Lesley Englert, Firefly Education

The Educational Publishing Awards are committed to rewarding excellence and innovation in the publishing industry at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. We have put together a series of interviews with the publishers, editors and individuals involved in the creation and development of educational resources. We caught up with Lesley Englert (former ACARA board member and…

Interview with Nina Sharpe, Cambridge University Press

The Educational Publishing Awards are committed to rewarding excellence and innovation in the publishing industry at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. We have put together a series of interviews with the publishers, editors and individuals involved in the creation and development of educational resources. Today we caught up with Nina Sharpe from Cambridge University Press…

Professor Mike Horsley and the Educational Publishing Awards

Until the establishment of the Educational Publishing Awards, educational publishing in Australia enjoyed little, if any, professional recognition. The inaugural Awards in 1994 gave Australian educational publishers their first opportunity to shine. This year, the Awards mark their 23rd year of celebrating excellence in educational publishing. Their ongoing success is a tribute to Professor Mike…

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…

Launching the 2014 EPAAs

By Michael Gordon-Smith, CEO, APA The 21st annual Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAAs) will be held at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne on 17th September 2014. After a very successful event at the Library last year, we are glad to be returning to this auspicious venue once again to celebrate excellence in Australian educational…