2018 Educational Publishing Australia Awards


Oxford University Press wins consecutive EPA for Secondary Publisher of the Year


Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand (OUP ANZ) has received a  EPAA 2018 logoconsecutive accolade at the 2018 Educational Publishing Awards Australia for Secondary Publisher of the Year as well as being recognised in several awards across the Primary, Secondary and Tertiary categories.

OUP ANZ Managing Director Arthur Baker said, “I am proud of the success of Oxford University Press at this year’s Educational Publishing Australia Awards and delighted to receive a consecutive award for Secondary Publisher of the Year. At Oxford, we set the bar high for the quality of our resources and I would like to congratulate and pay tribute to everyone here at OUP ANZ for the work they do on a daily basis that has contributed to this success. We believe that education changes lives, and the right learning resources can make a positive difference. These awards recognise that our resources and services are hitting the mark.”

OUP resources recognised at 2018 Educational Publishing Awards Australia were:

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

CATEGORY WINNER: Oxford Atlas+ for Australian Schools

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

CATEGORY WINNER: Key Features of Modern History 1 Year 11 Student book + obook assess

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Access & Justice Legal Studies for VCE Units 1 & 2 Student book + obook assess, Justice and Outcomes VCE Legal Studies Units 3 & 4 Student book + obook assess

SECONDARY: Teaching Resource

CATEGORY WINNER: Antiquity 1 Year 11 4E Teacher obook assess

SECONDARY: Reference Resource

CATEGORY WINNER: Australian Concise Oxford Dictionary Hardback 6E

TAFE, VOCATIONAL EDUCATION & TERTIARY: Tertiary (Wholly Australian: Teaching and Learning Resource – print

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Powers of Curriculum: Sociological Perspectives on Education