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Who are the users in Bridge?
The Bridge has five standard interface roles: student, writer, administrator, IT administrator, and banker. Every single one of these users has a number of standard authorizations. Additionally to the standard bridge users a bridge users can be mapped as managers of a student or a group of students. Managers are optionally available and can only be imported via CSV.
Every bridge added is given the Learning Person status by name. Students can, however, be given extra responsibilities as required. More than one standard part can be allocated to students. Accounts administrators can allocate different types of credentials to different accounts, create and maintain customized credentials, and grant access to different credentials.
Hint: Some functions may be limited due to authorizations for your own personal part. Trainees are bridge course participants and can attend anywhere, even on a portable unit. Teachers can do it: Every bridge added is given the Learning Person status by name. If necessary, however, you can assign extra functions to them.
Find out more about using Bridge as a learning tool. Writers are students with the authorship part. Normally, writers can do this: Find out more about using Bridge as an Author. Administrators are students with the administration roles. Administrators can do this by default: Find out more about using Bridge as an administrator. The IT administrators are students with the IT administrator roles.
IT administrators can do this by default: Find out more about using Bridge as an IT administrator. A learner with the Administrator function is an administrator of an accounting area. You can do that for your bank administrators: Display the standard Bridge role and privileges. Accounts administrators can build customized customer rolls using an available standard customer roll.
Your user-defined roles inherits the standard authorizations of the underlying users. In addition, user-defined rolls can be used to change standard rolls without limitations. Understand how to administer privileges and customized bridge user rights. Manager are allocated to learner who directly submit his/her findings to them. Executives can become more engaged and have instant insight into how their staff are working in Bridge.
Managers' privileges are extended to include those within their domains that are defined as members, groups, and contents. Find out more about using Bridge as a management tool. Contents > Managing Your Own Role > What are Bridge's role?