How do I upload a native Bridge course package?

Document created by Ike Bennion Employee on Dec 14, 2016Last modified by Adam Williams on Oct 25, 2018
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If you have a native Bridge course package you want to use as a course, you can upload it into Bridge.



  • Although the process is similar to uploading a SCORM package, you cannot replace a native Bridge upload like you can with SCORM.
  • Some features may be restricted based on permissions for your user role.


Open Courses

Open Courses

In the Training menu [1], click the Courses link [2].


Upload Course

Upload Course

On the Courses page, click the Upload Course link.


Upload Course

Upload or Replace Course

Drag and drop the Bridge package file onto the page. You can also browse and choose a file on your computer.


View Course

View Course

Bridge will confirm your file is being imported. The uploader may take a few minutes to complete, but after the upload process has completed, the full course details including title and description will automatically populate. However, you can further edit course details. Note that the course will be published by default.

Configure Course Settings


In the Course Settings menu, you can modify the configuration of your Bridge course.


To edit the required score or due within, click the link for the field you want to change, then enter the new number.


To edit the expiration, certificate, library, open book, or open enrollment options, click the toggle icon.


To add a tag, click the New Tag button and enter the tag title (1).


To edit the course content itself, click Edit to enter the Bridge content editor (2).


Accessing Final Course Assets

In addition to the course itself, each course has a number of video, image, and audio assets available to admins. They can be accessed and downloaded under the Attachments tab (1). These assets can also be distributed to learners by toggling each attachment you'd like to be visible to learners upon enrollment (2).


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