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…

EPAAs Announce New Chief Judge: Angela Carbone

Melbourne, Australia –19 June 2017– The Australian Publishers Association (APA) is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Chief Judge for the 2017 Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAA). Angela Carbone, Associate Professor and Director of Education Excellence at Monash University, replaces the late Professor Mike Horsley, who co-founded the awards and was Chief Judge…

A short guide to the EPAAs

The Call for Entries to the 2017 EPAAs is in full swing. Whether you’re a large or small publisher, tech start-up or teacher association, we value your contribution to the education industry. If you publish educational resources for Australian primary or secondary school, tertiary or TAFE students, we want to hear from you! Here is…

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…