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OPUS and IVE address paper and printing concerns in Australia

31 Jan 23

The APA met with representatives from Opus and IVE to discuss pressures on book printing in Australia.

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Minister for Education addresses the audience at the 2022 EPAAs

21 Sep 22

Federal Minister for Education, Jason Clare MP addresses the audience at the 2022 Educational Publishing Awards.

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Nominations open for IPEd's Janet Mackenzie Medal

2 Aug 22

Do you know of an outstanding professional editor who has lifted the standard of the profession or given exemplary service to the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd)?

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Entries open for IPEd's Rosanne Fitzgibbon Editorial Award

28 Jul 22

Do you know of a dedicated editor who has deliver the best possible outcome on a fiction or non-fiction publication? If so, nominations are open for IPED's Rosie Award.

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Insights from launching the Open Book internship

9 May 22

Grace Heifetz, chair of the Open Book Advisory Board, discusses learnings to date from the internship, and the process a more accessible recruitment and selection process.

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Dr Renée Otmar awarded the 2022 Janet Mackenzie Medal

5 May 22

Accomplished Geelong-based writer, editor, researcher and trainer Renée Otmar has been awarded IPEd's Janet Mackenzie Medal for her service to editing.

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Impacts on Primary Educational Publishing

12 Apr 22

Editor Grace Reid researched the Impact of Digital Technologies and COVID-19 on Educational Publishers, and here shares an overview of her findings.

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Insights into accessibility for publishers at Australian virtual conference

8 Apr 22

The 2022 Round Table conference will take place on Monday 16 to Wednesday 18 May 2022, with sessions across the three days perfect for publishers looking to better understand accessibility and inclusivity.

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CSIRO strives for inclusivity in scholarly publishing

6 Dec 21

CSIRO discuss their efforts towards embracing and promoting diversity and inclusion in academic and scholarly publishing.

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