CLARITY Reviews 2020

Read CLARITY reviews and discover how other eLearning Industry community members have experienced the software.

Performance Overview
Overall Rating 95%
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Jul 2, 2020

Clarity is a great software for rapid design and delivery of the most effective Adaptive Learning.

Overall Rating 100%
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  • Usability
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What do you like best? I like making online adaptive courses with CLARITY. It is simple, interesting, and leaves a lot of room for creativity. For example, an Authoring Tool provides an author with a clear framework and a strategy for rapid design of any lesson. The set of available templates for rapid design of learning and testing Tasks was also very helpful. In particular, I got to find out what computer intelligence is behind adaptive tests like MCAT. I made an adaptive test without programming experience.
What do you dislike? Sometime the Tutoring Engine uses your content yet generates a tutoring process you did not expect. But often it is an evidence of gap in learning content, which you can find, correct, and get in agreement with the Engine again. In other cases, there is no mistakes yet the generated tutoring is different from your expectations. However, you always have some parameters to tune up the generated tutoring as you want it (of course until it drives a learner to success).
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Eva Z.

Industry : Health, Wellness and Fitness | Company size : 10,000+ | Level : Trainee | Focus : Research | Experience using the software : More than 1 year as User, Member of the deployment/customization team

Jun 30, 2020

CLARITY is a platform for effective development and auto-delivery of Adaptive Learning

Overall Rating 90%
  • Usefulness
  • Usability
  • Customer Experience
  • Likelihood to Recommend
What do you like best? In Authoring Tool: unified content framework, quality verification, clarity, flexibility, room for creativity, set of templates. In Learner Profile: the detailed display of learning progress, mastery, problem causes. In Instructional Engine: automatic planning and running the instructional process, root-cause diagnosing, precision remediation of learning problems, the option to start lesson from scratch or testing, the possibility to readapt and restart lesson or course at any time.
What do you dislike? As a rule, Adaptive Personalized Courseware requires more educational resources for more different learners and situations than regular “one-size-fits-all” courses. However, manual design may be very labour consuming. Fortunately, automatic content generators can help. They already exist and can be build into the platform.
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Industry : Elearning | Company size : 51-200 | Level : Consultant | Focus : Consulting | Experience using the software : More than 1 year as User