News & EventsIEPA survey for 2015,
(01/08/2016) Results of the IEPA survey for 2015 published July 2016 read moreIEPA and Habitat for Humanity Ireland
(07/04/2016) IEPA donates over 4,000 books for 13 schools in Zambia through an initiative with Habitat for Humanity Ireland. read moreIEPA Survey of members 2014
(04/08/2015) Survey of members 2014 read moreSurvey of IEPA Members 2013 published July 2014.
(13/08/2014) read moreIRISH EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHERS’ ASSOCIATION SURVEY RESULTS FOR 2012
(20/08/2013) E-textbooks Continued growth in availability and adoption of e-textbooks was recorded by the recent survey of the Irish Educational Publishers’ Association (IEPA) which saw publications sales figures rise from less than 100 e-textbooks in 2010 to almost 40,000 in use in 2012. Representing a small element of overall sales at about 1 %, the IEPA expect that usage of e-textbooks will continue to increase. While e-textbooks are about 30% cheaper than their printed equivalents, reflecting savings on print and distribution costs, most of this saving is offset by the 23% VAT which is not payable on printed books. read moreDepartment of Education Backs Major Anti-Bullying Initiative
(20/08/2013) In Ireland an estimated 31% of primary students and 16% of secondary school students experience bullying, putting over 200,000 children at risk from the damaging effects of this growing problem.* In a move to help prevent bullying and promote improved mental health amongst Ireland’s school-going children, The Irish Educational Publishers’ Association (IEPA) will introduce age-appropriate adverts in mainstream school books to address the problem. The initiative will greatly improve information, support and advice dissemination to 830,000 Irish primary and post-primary students read moreGeneral Secretary appointed to IEPA
(23/07/2013) read moreMORE EBOOKS, NO PRICE INCREASES, MINIMAL REVISIONS.
(19/10/2012) IEPA Survey Results. August 8, 2012. A recent survey of the Irish Educational Publishers’ Association members reveals the strong growth in the number of publications in eBook format. The ten leading publishing firms which provide nearly all the Irish primary and post-primary school educational content increased their eBook publications from 2.6% in 2009 to 34.7% of publications in 2012. read more CALL FOR REMOVAL OF VAT ON EBOOKS
(08/08/2012) read more