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Announcing the 24th Educational Publishing Awards Shortlist

It’s with great pleasure we can announce the 24th Educational Publishing Awards Shortlist!

Organised by the Australian Publishers Association and generously sponsored by Copyright Agency, the prestigious annual Educational Publishing Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in this thriving Australian industry. Entries were of an exceptional standard and many thanks to our fantastic judging panel for deciding the shortlist. Finally, a big congratulations to those shortlisted!

PRIMARY

Student Resource – Mathematics (Numeracy)

Oxford Maths Student and Assessment Books, Oxford University Press
Problem-solving Strategies and Skills, R.I.C. Publications

Student Resource – Arts/Science/Humanities/Social Sciences/Technologies/Health and Physical Education/Languages

Double Helix Lessons, CSIRO Publishing in partnership with Stile Education
The Gigantic Book of Genes, Wild Dog Books (on the Louie & Ted imprint)
Our Stories: Sportsmanship, Black Dog Books, an imprint of Walker Books Australia
Student Science Journals, Australian Academy of Science

Student Resource – English (Literacy, Literature, Language)

Sound Waves Online, Firefly Education Pty Ltd
Team Reads, Macmillan Education Australia
The Weird and Wonderful World of Words, Wild Dog Books

Teaching Resource

Among the Gum Trees, Australian Academy of Science
Oxford Maths Teacher Dashboard, Oxford University Press
PM Educational Toy Packs, Nelson Cengage
Springboard into Comprehension Assessment, Macmillan Education Australia

Reference Resource

There were no entries in this category. It has been replaced by the Educational Picture or Chapter Book category for 2017.

Educational Picture or Chapter Book

Amazing Australians in Their Flying Machines, Walker Books Australia
Circle, Walker Books Australia
Nature Storybooks: Desert Lake, Walker Books Australia
Welcome to Country, Black Dog Books, an imprint of Walker Books Australia
Yong, Walker Books Australia

Adaptation (Student or Teacher Resource)

Bug Club: Plays to Read, Pearson Australia
Twinkl Australia, Twinkl Educational Publishing

SECONDARY

Student Resource – Junior – Mathematics/Science

Pearson Mathematics 2nd Edition, Pearson Australia
Pearson Science 2nd Edition Student Books and Activity Books, Pearson Australia
ScienceWorld for the Victorian Curriculum, Macmillan Education Australia

Student Resource – Junior – English/Humanities/Languages/Arts/Technologies/Health and Physical Education

Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum, Cambridge University Press
Inspired English, Macmillan Education Australia
Jacaranda Geoactive 1 and 2 NSW Australian Curriculum Geography Stage 4, 4th Edition, Jacaranda
Oxford MyEnglish 7 to 9 Victorian Curriculum, Oxford University Press
Pearson Geography NSW, Pearson Australia
Practice IT for the Australian Curriculum, Cambridge University Press

Student Resource – Senior – Mathematics/Science

Nelson Biology VCE, Nelson Cengage
Nelson Psychology VCE, Nelson Cengage
Nelson VCE Specialist Mathematics Units 3 & 4, Nelson Cengage

Student Resource – Senior – English/Humanities/Languages/Arts/Technologies/Health and Physical Education

HTAV Revolutions Series, History Teachers’ Association of Victoria (HTAV)
HTAV Twentieth Century Series, History Teachers’ Association of Victoria (HTAV)
Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 1‒4, 4th Edition, Jacaranda
Living Religion 5th Edition, Nelson Cengage
Pearson English VCE, Pearson Australia
Religion and Society, Nelson Cengage

Teaching Resource

The Artful English Teacher, Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE)
Geography NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum Interactive Teacher Edition, Cambridge University Press
Pearson Science 2nd Edition Teacher Companions, Pearson Australia

Reference Resource

A+ Study Guides for VCE, Nelson Cengage
Australian Schoolmate Oxford Dictionary & Thesaurus 6th Edition, Oxford University Press
Get Ahead in Grammar, Nelson Cengage
The Invisible War: A Tale on Two Scales, Scale Free Network

TERTIARY AND TAFE

TAFE & Vocational Education: Teaching and Learning Resource

The Big Picture 4th Edition, Cengage
The Disability Support Worker 2nd Edition, Cengage

TAFE & Vocational Education: Student Resource

Basic Building and Construction Skills 5th Edition, Cengage
Basic Plumbing Services Skills 3rd Edition, Cengage
Connect Master Hospitality Travel and Tourism for Certificate II to Diploma, McGraw-Hill Education
The Road to Hospitality 4th Edition, Cengage

Tertiary (Adaptations): Student Resource

Global Business Today, McGraw-Hill Education
Pharmacology in Nursing: Australian and New Zealand 2nd Edition, Cengage
Principles of Economics, McGraw-Hill Education

Tertiary (Adaptations): Teaching and Learning Resource

Essentials of Corporate Finance 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education
Understanding Research Methods for Evidence-based Practice in Health, Wiley Australia

Tertiary (Wholly Australian) Scholarly Resource

Australia’s Welfare Wars: The Players, the Politics and the Ideologies 3rd Edition, UNSW Press
Mia Mia Aboriginal Community Development: Fostering Cultural Security, Cambridge University Press

Tertiary (Wholly Australian) Student Resource

Clinical Nursing Skills: An Australian Perspective, Cambridge University Press
Healthy Ageing and Aged Care, Oxford University Press
Spelling It Out: How Words Work and How to Teach Them, Cambridge University Press
Teaching Language in Context 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press
Teaching Secondary Mathematics, Cambridge University Press

Tertiary (Wholly Australian) Teaching and Learning Resource

Company Law: An Interactive Approach, Wiley Australia
Study Smart, Cengage, in collaboration with Smart Sparrow

We hope to see you all at the industry event of the year, held at The Pavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne on Wednesday, 20 September 2017.

Book your earlybird ticket now.

Keep up with the latest EPAA news @EPAs_Aus or join the conversation #EPAA17

 

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 a short guide to the EPAAs:

What exactly does ‘EPAAs’ stand for?
The Educational Publishing Awards Australia.

Is this only an awards ceremony for print textbooks?
No – the Awards celebrates excellence and innovation in the publishing industry, including cutting-edge digital resources.

What are the criteria for entry?
We ask publishers to check the criteria carefully – see here. We are looking for Australian resources that raise the benchmark for quality, innovation and excellence.

Does it cost to enter? 
Each entry is $99 for Australia Publishing Association (APA) members and $120 non-members.

What do I get if I win?
Winners receive a beautiful engraved trophy, and we send out a design for stickers to attach to print product, as well as artwork to attach to emails or marketing campaigns. The award is a mark of excellence that will make your product stand out from the crowd.

Okay, you’ve convinced me – how do I submit my entry?

1. Visit edpubawards.com/About and review the categories and criteria for entry carefully.
2. When you’re ready to enter, you’ll find a blue ‘Call for Entries’ button on the homepage.
3. Register your details on the APA’s dedicated Awards website. If you have already registered your details for a previous year’s awards, use the same login details. If you have forgotten your password, please click the ‘Have you forgotten your password?’ link.
4. Submit your entry or entries by filling out the online form. Provide as much information as you can to help the judges review your product, especially for digital, where screenshots and pathways through the content are enormously helpful.
5. Attach your completed entry form to the physical product and post it to us as outlined in the instructions.

The Call for Entries cut-off date is Monday, 12 June.

Don’t miss out on taking part in the industry event of the year and the chance to showcase your product!

2017 Call for Entries open now

We’re back!  For 23 years the prestigious annual Educational Publishing Awards have rewarded excellence and innovation in the industry.  This year’s celebration will take place on Thursday 20 September 2017 at The Pavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne.

Call for entries is now open – nominations must be submitted by Friday, 2 June 2017*.  Please read the conditions of entry and judging criteria before submitting your nomination.

Awards will be presented in Primary, Secondary, TAFE & Vocational and Tertiary Education categories as well as the Primary and Secondary Publisher of the Year.

For the first time this year we will welcome a new chief judge to the Awards, tasked with fulfilling the considerable role of Professor Mike Horsley, who sadly passed away in 2016.  As co-founder and chief judge of the Awards for 22 years, Mike Horsley was a champion of leading-edge educational publishing and has given Australian educational publishers an opportunity to have their excellence recognised.  We thank Mike for his significant contribution to the industry and will introduce the new chief judge soon.

We are grateful for publishers’ continued support of the Awards and look forward to celebrating the hard work involved in producing innovative, pedagogically outstanding resources designed to meet the needs of Australian students and teachers.

Start submitting, and we look forward to hosting you on 20 September!

Keep up to date and join the conversation:

W: edpubawards.com

T: @EPAs_Aus

F: www.facebook.com/edpubawards

 

*Update: Call for Entries must be submitted by Monday, 12 June 2017.