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 Cultures, published by Mimosa Publications, all the way in 1994.

And the winners are …

Award for Excellence in Educational Publishing

2017

The Invisible War: A Tale of Two Scales

Scale Free Network

2016

English Stars (Years 4-6)

Firefly Education

2015

Pearson Lightbook

Pearson

2014

Oxford Literacy Assess

Oxford University Press

2013

Joint winners: 

PM Oral Literacy

Annette Smith, Debbie Croft

Nelson Cengage

and

Jacaranda World History Atlas

Jacaranda

2012

Oxford Big Ideas History 7-10 Australian Curriculum

Sadais, Smith, Carrodus, et al

Oxford University Press

2011

Joint winners: 

Yarning Strong Literacy Series

Larissa Behrendt et al

Oxford University Press

and

Jacaranda myWorld Atlas

John Wiley & Son

2010

Physics in Focus Preliminary Course and HSC Course

Xiao L Wu and Robert Farr

McGraw-Hill Australia

2009

Sharing our Stories

Pearson Australia

2008

Geography Focus 1 (for Stage 4) & 2(for Stage 5), Teacher’s Edition

Sue van Zuylen, Glyn Trethewy, Helen McISaac & Ray Handley

Pearson Australia

2007

Fast Forward

Thompson Nelson (now Nelson Cengage) 

2006

Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia – Culture and Society

William Arthur and Frances Murphy (general editors)

The Macquarie Library

2005

Joint winners: 

Nelson Numeracy Assessment Kit

Anne Giulieri, Lynn Davie and Jay Dale

Thomson Learning Australia (now Nelson Cengage) 

and

Science Edge 1, 2 & 3

Jenny Sharwood et al

Thomson Learning Australia (now Nelson Cengage) 

2004

Fundamentals of Pharmacology 4th Edition; Fundamentals of Pharmacology Instructor’s Resource CD-Rom

Alan Galbraith, Sharne Bullock, Elizabeth Manias

Pearson Australia

2003

Biology Options Series: Communication; The Human Story: Genetics: The Code Broken?

Glenda Chidrawi and Marilyn Mercer; Stephanie Hollis; Leonie McLaughlin and Stephen Hitchings

McGraw-Hill Australia

2002

Joint winners: 

Papunya School Book of Country and History

Papunya School

Allen & Unwin

and

Go Facts Animals, Plants and Oceans

Paul McEvoy, Katy Pike, Sharon Dalgleish, Garda Turner and Maureen O’Keefe

Blake Publishing

2001

Joint winners: 

Heinemann Science Links

Helen Cochrane, Jacinta Devlin and Gary Simpson

Heinemann

and

Bradshaw Art of the Kimberley

Grahame L Walsh

Takarakka Nowan Kas Publications

2000

Maths Quest Series

Jenifer Nolan, Geoff Phillips, Ross Allen, David Phillips, Jenny Watson, Caroline Denney, Sonja Stambulic and Elena Iampolsky

Jacaranda Wiley

1999

Geography For Global Citizens

Brian Parker, Late Lanceley, Debra Owens and Rebecca Reeves

Macmillan Education Australia

1998

Aboriginal People

Barlow, E. Djandilnga, J. Lucas, I. Clayton and Y. Best

Heinemann Library

1997

Science Quest 1 and 2

Graeme Lofts & Merrin J. Marett

Jacaranda Wiley

1996

Invasion and Resistance: untold stories

Board of Studies, NSW

1995

Joint winners: 

Design and Practice for Printed Textiles

Oxford University Press

Biology

McGraw-Hill

1994

Mathematics From Many Cultures

Dr Calvin Irons & James Burnett

Mimosa Publications

We hope to see you all at the industry event of the year, held at The Pavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne on Thursday, 20 September 2018.

Book your earlybird ticket now.

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