Overview of Calibrate

Some of the courses on this site benefit from the power of the Calibrate Dynamic Learning Platform. The unique system meets the following criteria:

  • Utilize strategic assessments to create an individualized learning path and ensure preparedness for the certification exam
  • Enhance learning with a range of tools including quizzes, ebooks, simulations, glossaries, forums, and more
  • Feature a fully indexed search for quick reference of instruction, transcripts, notes, and tools

About Medallion Learning: Medallion Learning provides organisations with engaging eLearning courses that utilize best-practices in instructional design, delivery, and assessment. By tailoring instruction to the needs of each individual, this eLearning brings to content mastery in less time and at lower cost. Courses are delivered through Medallion Learning's proprietary platform, Calibrate. Calibrate is a fully-integrated system that consists of carefully designed engaging content, a time-tested instructional model, and a dynamic learning platform.

What Calibrate looks like and how it works

Illustration of the Calibrate platform.

The navigation along the left is shown or hidden by the learner as appropriate. It contains the learner's Individualized Learning Path as determined by a Pre-Assessment. Check marks show any content where the Pre-Assessment indicates mastery-the learner may access or skip that content as desired.

The rest of the view is divided into four "panes."

  • In the upper left, the Primary Instruction Pane contains the main instruction in the form of animation with voiceover, recorded live action video, simulations, or a combination of the three.
  • The Transcript Pane in the lower left contains a verbatim transcript of the primary instruction.
  • The Notes Pane in the upper right allows the learner to extract from the transcript or add his or her own thoughts.
  • The Tools Pane in the lower right provides additional resources.

The four panes are tied together via synchronized search. When the learner selects a search result, the system synchronizes the corresponding location in the primary instruction, transcript, and tools.