In this production release (August 24), authors can assign and track continuing education credits for courses in Bridge. URLs in checkpoint instructions and program descriptions are clickable. Verse and wireWAX have been added to the list of supported providers for enhanced embedding. Several bug fixes are also included. (Click an image to enlarge screenshot)
Continuing Education Credits
Authors can assign and track credits for courses. Credits may be used to ensure employees maintain yearly certifications by completing a certain number of chosen courses. The Continuing Education option can be enabled through the Course Settings menu. Once enabled, the author can designate the number of credits that will be awarded to the learner for completing the course. Continuing education credits are not currently available for programs or live trainings.
URLs in Checkpoint and Program Descriptions
URLs in checkpoint instructions and program descriptions are clickable, which gives learners easier access to the provided links. Links will not display unless the URL begins with https. URLs in program descriptions are only clickable on the Program Details page.
Enhanced Embedding Providers
Verse and wireWAX have been added to the list of supported providers for enhanced embedding in Bridge courses.
Large Smart Groups
Smart groups created with many rules for one custom field show the full list of all members in the Group Detail page. Previously, the list of members would be empty if the smart group was created using many rules for one custom field..
Adding Courses to Library Using API
Sub account admins cannot use API calls to add a root account course to the Learning Library if the course has not been shared with the sub account. Previously, sub account admins were able to share courses to their Learning Library using an API call before the course was shared with the sub account.
Quiz Feedback Editing
Authors can add customized feedback for both incorrect and correct answers. Previously, feedback that was entered for answer type would be overwritten as soon as another feedback response was entered in the other answer type.
Accessibility Sign In through SSO
Learners who have enabled accessibility mode can log in using single sign-on. Previously, learners would see an endless loop of the loading page after logging in using SSO if their account had accessibility mode enabled.