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OUP retains Secondary Publisher of the Year in Australia

OUP retains Secondary Publisher of the Year in Australia

11 September 2019

We are proud to have retained our place as Secondary Publisher of the Year at the Educational Publishing Awards Australia 2019 (EPAAs), with our products and services recognized across the Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary categories.

New OUP digital reading service Oxford Reading Buddy, which has been on the market for just a few months, received the Primary Adaptions, Student or Teaching Resource Award, while other OUP resources recognized included:

  • Primary: Student Resource – English (Literacy/Literature/Language)
    HIGHLY COMMENDED
    Oxford Reading for Comprehension
  • Secondary: Student Resource – Senior – Mathematics/Science
    WINNER
    Chemistry for Queensland Units 1 & 2 Student Book + obook assess
  • Secondary: Student Resource – Senior – English/Humanities/Languages/Arts/Technologies/Health and Physical Education
    WINNER
    Physical Education for Queensland Units 1 & 2 2e Student Book + obook assess
  • Secondary: Reference Resource
    WINNER
    Australian Pocket Oxford Dictionary
  • Tertiary and TAFE: Tertiary (Wholly Australian) Teaching and Learning – print
    WINNER
    Learning through Play: Creating a Play Based Approach within Early Childhood Contexts
  • Secondary Publisher of the Year

Managing Director of OUP Australia and New Zealand, Arthur Baker, commented: ‘I am proud of the success of Oxford University Press at the 2019 Educational Publishing Awards Australia and honoured to receive a third consecutive award for Secondary Publisher of the Year. At Oxford, we believe that education changes lives, and the right learning resources can make a positive difference.

We set the bar high for the quality of our resources and I would like to congratulate the talented team of authors, editors and publishers within our Schools and Higher Education teams for their commitment and hard work. These awards, judged and voted by Australian educators, recognize that our resources and services are hitting the mark.’