Take a look at the five most important features of Clear Pronunciation 2.
Teachers and students have conflicting goals when it comes to English pronunciation and accents. This post outlines the two perspectives and a possible solution to the problem.
Katie Stokes looks at how test creators are failing to take advantage of the opportunities that technology offers in testing — and the consequences this has for students with special needs.
In this post, Dora Tsang walks through the newly updated Admin Panel and what teachers and administrators can expect from this tool.
Katie Stokes looks at five thought-provoking findings about eLearning and suggests what we might learn and take forward in the coming year.
A brief update on the end of Flash Player: what this means for you and how you can continue to run your Flash-based programs.
In this post, Lucas Gade takes a closer look at the SCORM integration process while giving answers to five FAQs.
The new Clear Pronunciation has arrived with a brand new interface, enriched content, and accents from around the world.
The beauty of SCORM is that most of the work is done for you. So, the list below is a compilation of questions you may consider when integrating ClarityEnglish programs into your course through SCORM.
It is extremely frustrating when you have excellent tools or programs but a) no one knows they are available, and b) if they do, they don’t know where to find them. One solution is to deliver digital resources to your students on a Learning Management System (LMS) through SCORM.