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Traditionally exams were pen and paper, fixed in place and time and naturally ‘one size fits all’ - the opposite of the digital world we now live in. In this session, we will look at how assessment is changing to become ‘digital’ and create positive feedback loops for learning. 

This session will give participants:

- An understanding the history of IELTS over the past 30 years

- Learn about the new computer-delivered IELTS that is being rolled out around the world, to provide test takers with more on-demand access to testing

- Hear our vision of the future of English Language Assessment through innovation


Justin Rodford, Alliance Manager, Partnerships, Projects and Policy, Cambridge Assessment English, United Kingdom

Megan Agnew, Higher Education Account Manager, British Council, United Kingdom

Amy Carter, Director - Partnerships & Communications, IELTS, USA