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Dymocks launches education business Potentia

13 September 2018

Australian bookselling chain Dymocks has launched a new education business called Potentia. Potentia will run tutoring programs for school students across a broad range of subjects including maths and English....

In brief 

21 October 2008

New Koorong book storesKoorong, the Christian booksellers, have opened a new store in Springwood, a suburb of Brisbane. The store manager is David Perry. Koorong are also planning a new...

ETA opposes increasing study of Australian literature 

23 September 2008

The English Teacher's Association (ETA) of NSW has opposed the move to strengthen the teaching of Australian literature in schools.The ETA objects to ‘the selective nomination of some types of text...

Campion Education acquires Landmark School Supplies 

12 August 2008

The textbook and school stationery supplier Campion Education has acquired Landmark School Supplies. Campion Education has grown in recent years to include Bellbird Books and technical and business book supplier McGills,...

APA educational awards shortlist announced 

1 July 2008

The shortlisted titles for this year's Australian Awards for Excellence in Educational Publishing have been announced. Presented each year by the Australian Publishers Association (APA), and sponsored by Ligare Book...

ASA survey slams educational publishers 

17 March 2008

Educational publishing in Australia is in trouble and authors are paying the price, according to an Australian Society of Authors (ASA) report released this week. The survey of educational writers found...

Gaining insights into the expanding Indian market 

21 January 2008

Bookseller+Publisher will shortly be covering two important events of interest to those seeking to gain insights in the expanding Indian book market.On 31 January, the 'Professional Publishing in Asia 2008'...

In brief 

4 December 2007

Cullen interviewed on RN Book ShowAs the book trade prepares to farewell Barbara Cullen, who will step down as ABA CEO today, she has been interviewed on ABC Radio National's Book Show,...

What will Labor mean for the industry? 

27 November 2007

As the nation adjusts to the end of 11 years of Liberal governance, the publishing industry will be among many waiting as the dust settles to see what the change...

More Australian literature in WA, NSW schools 

30 October 2007

The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) and the Australia Council have welcomed developments in Western Australia and New South Wales intended to increase the study of Australian literature in schools....

National curriculum a step closer 

17 April 2007

State and territory education ministers and the federal minister for education Julie Bishop have negotiated a deal that will see all states and territories develop a new minimum standard national...