Sieon Lau reports on a Road to IELTS upgrade that enables IELTS test takers to prepare for the increasingly popular IELTS on computer.
In anticipation of the big Admin Panel release in August, we ask Clarity’s Technical Team about why teachers and administrators should look forward to the new version of this seemingly mundane administrative tool.
As we all look on to the end of Flash support on Google Chrome and other browsers, let’s have a quick read on what new, Flash-free learning experiences Clarity are offering in the coming weeks.
After the Dynamic Placement Test Standard Setting event in May, we invited Mr. Chi Lai Tsang from St. Jospeh College to talk about his experience of being a panelist in Clarity's first standard setting, and his many discoveries.
Earlier this month, we held a standard setting event for the Dynamic Placement Test and initiated many engaging discussions with ELT and assessment experts from all over the globe. Let’s talk about how it went and what our future plans are for the test.
At JALT 2018, Matthias Prikoszovits (MP) from Universität Wien tells Sieon Lau (SL) about the importance of providing vocational experience, cultural knowledge and help on understanding legal language.
We completed the switch-over to the new version of Road to IELTS on 3 December. At that point we said goodbye to V2. Over the course of its life, V2 racked up an impressive 21,823,544 sessions and was used in almost every country in the world — from Australia to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
As teachers, from time to time we need to be inspired. Here is a heart-warming story of a Filipino nurse who made the grade.
Vivying Cheng has been upgrading Clarity’s programs to HTTPS. She discusses with Andrew Stokes on how the move towards greater security is a good thing for both teachers and students — and everyone else.
Vanessa Tod of Macquarie University reviews Practical Writing for English Australia Journal.