The EEPG is dedicated to the advancement of teaching and learning.

The EEPG is disseminating knowledge on a pan-European level.

EEPG - Shaping the future of educational publishing.

EEPG - Supporting teachers and students.

Digitalization is the mainstay of educational publishing.

21st century skills brought to students and teachers.

The EEPG Open conference: Changing Teacher Roles in the 2020s - impact and effects of the pandemic in the K12 classroom

will be held as an online Zoom Meeting on Sept. 16.-17. 2021.

For further information and registration go here.

The first part oft this webinar that was held on November 6th 2020.
Here are materials from that first part:

  • the keynote by Christian Dalsgaard, CUDIM, Aarhus University on Digital literacy as expanded disciplinarity
  • videos that were submitted by teachers and educators from different countries. The videos reflect their experience during the first wave of the corona pandemic:
    • Noemia Rodrigues (Portugal)
    • Valeria Matskevich (Ukraine)
    • Aldo de Pape, founder and CEO of TeachPit, UK
    • Barbara Anna Zielonka, global educator and senior advisor to OsloMet, Norway
    • Morten Bülow, senior lecturer and PHD-fellow at Aarhus University, Denmark
    • Torben Benoni (Denmark)
    • Barbara Brezigar (Slovenia)
    • Malan Jancy Eydunsdottir (Faroe Islands)

General Info:

The EEPG is a non profit group representing educational publishers from all of Europe.

The EEPG is a strong network speaking with one voice on educational matters at all levels from local to global.

The EEPG organizes a number of conferences and meetings every year at which members discuss current issues in educational publishing and exchange ideas.

These events are hosted by different members. The Annual Conference is open to non-members.

Every year the EEPG holds the Best Educational Learning Materials Award (BELMA) contest. The contest is open to non members of the EEPG. You can find more information about BELMA here.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the EEPG or would like to learn more about the group, please contact EEPG director Helga Holtkamp.

If you like to join the EEPG

Latest News

'EEPG and IPA will collaborate'

Today the director of the EEPG, Helga Holtkamp, announced the cooperation between the European Educational Publisher's Group and the International Publisher's Association.

'How the BELMA jury works'

Presentation by Prof. C. Bläsi held at BELMA Prize Giving ceremony at Frankfurt Book Fair 2019

Intercultural Awareness and other important things to consider when planning educational materials.


If you are a member of the EEPG you will have:

Direct and close contact to 23 members in the group from 22 countries.Representation through EEPG in various institutions and committees (such as the Educational publishers forum of the IPA)


Information on education in member countries and beyond (country reports).3 network meetings/conferences a year with renowned keynote speakers. (two participants free, small fee for additional employees)


4 informative newsletters a year.
Special discount for taking part in BELMA
Special discount for taking part in open conferences held by EEPG