What is Taskstream-Tk20?

Efolio is the College of Education's electronic portfolio system housed on TaskStream used for documenting and tracking student mastery of program competencies. Candidates upload core program assessments into efolio and faculty determine whether a candidate has met, not met, or reached the target for the identified elements/standards. The College is held accountable for ensuring that candidates meet these standards in their education programs.

Taskstream-Tk20

Taskstream-Tk20 is the electronic portfolio [efolio] system used by the College of Education for documenting and tracking student mastery of program competencies. Candidates upload core signature assessments from designated courses into efolio and faculty determine whether a candidate has met, not met, or reached the target on the identified elements/standards. The college is held accountable for ensuring that students meet these standards in their programs to assure quality and provide data to support evidence-based accreditation.

What you need to do first...

Undergraduate Programs You must successfully register for the undergraduate efolio lab course - EDU 102. The course will then appear on your Blackboard homepage within 48 hours after registration. Open the efolio lab course and follow the steps to activate your Taskstream-Tk20 account.
Graduate Programs You must successfully register for the efolio lab course - MED 6102. The course will then appear on your Blackboard homepage within 48 hours after registration. Open the efolio lab course and follow the steps to activate your Taskstream-Tk20 account.

If you have an active WilmU Taskstream-Tk20 account, register for the graduate efolio lab course - MED 6102. To have the new program’s electronic portfolio delivered to your account, email michele.a.brewer@wilmu.edu or deborah.m.dawson@wilmu.edu with this request.
Doctoral Programs You must successfully register for the doctoral efolio lab course - EDD 6102. The course will then appear on your Blackboard homepage within 48 hours after registration. Open the efolio lab course and follow the steps to activate your Taskstream-Tk20 account.

If you have an active WilmU Taskstream-Tk20 account, register for the doctoral efolio lab course - EDD 6102. To have the new program’s electronic portfolio delivered to your account, email michele.a.brewer@wilmu.edu or deborah.m.dawson@wilmu.edu with this request.
Certificate Programs You must successfully register for the graduate efolio lab course - MED 6102. The course will then appear on your Blackboard homepage within 48 hours after registration. Open the efolio lab course and follow the steps to activate your Taskstream-Tk20 account.

If you have an active WilmU Taskstream-Tk20 account, email michele.a.brewer@wilmu.edu or deborah.m.dawson@wilmu.edu with a request. to have the new program’s electronic portfolio delivered to your account. You do not need to register again for MED 6102.

efolio/TaskStream Support

Click here for Student and Faculty Guides

Contact Mentoring Services for help via phone at 1-800-311-5656 (select option #1) or by email at help@taskstream.com

For more information contact:

Dr. Michele Brewer - Chair | Technology, Assessment, and Compliance
email: michele.a.brewer@wilmu.edu

Ms. Debbie Dawson - COE Admissions Coordinator
email: deborah.m.dawson@wilmu.edu


This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2016-2017 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2016 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.