We are glad to have you onboard and exploring Tk20! This page is dedicated to helping navigate the resources available to you.
As a new Administrator, you can get more acquainted with Tk20 with the free resources below:
1. Tk20 New Admin Training Path: This training on the Watermark Academy is designed to support new administrators at institutions with Tk20 already in ...
Overview of Tk20 and Product
Who we are:
Tk20 is an industry-leading provider of assessment and accreditation solutions for colleges and universities around the world. Our educational software delivers a comprehensive set of tools, including a sophisticated reporting system that helps schools identify areas needing improvement and provides documentation for accredita...
Current Data collection in Tk20
What functionalities are you using? Why are you using Tk20?
Who is using Tk20? Which programs/departments/key stakeholders?
Specific Functionality training
Recap which functionalities you use, when and how often, and for whom (which classes/professors). Specifically, provide a list of the names of the assignments, binders, etc. with the ...
To access the New admin resources available to help you succeed, please click the link below:
New Unit Administrator Resources
This quick guide contains videos and tasks to help you get acquainted with the basic structure and navigation of Tk20.
In order to use Tk20 and its reports to the fullest, your institution will provide data from your studentinformation system on a regular basis. We recommend uploading data every other week to takeadvantage of our automated dataload process. (If files are provided less frequently, we perform a moremanual dataload.) Uploading data at least twice a month ensur...
Institutions provide data from their Student Information System (SIS) to Tk20 so that we can start measuring student and institutional performance. This process is called a Data Import or a Dataload. Please download the document attached to this article to access the latest version of our Guidelines for Getting Started with Dataloads.
In the video below, we cover the te...