TK20 Student Portfolio Quick Guide

Tk20 Quick Guide
Student Portfolio
View the Portfolio
1. Click on the Portfolios tab at the top of the page. Click on the portfolio link you wish to
2. You will see the following tabs within the portfolio:
 <Portfolio Name>: This tab shows the name of the course to which the binder is tied,
the binder's due date, and instructions for completing the binder.
 Tabs: The binder is separated into different tabs. Each tab contains directions
explaining what artifact templates must be created and attached.
 Assessments: This tab allows you to view the assessment instruments the assessors
will use to evaluate your binder.
 Standards: This tab allows you to view the standards aligned with this binder.
 Extensions: This tab provides information on extensions that have been granted to
you by your assessors.
 Feedback: This tab contains feedback that has been given by any of your assessors. It
is a good idea to check here periodically for comments that may assist you in
completing your binder.
Once you view the portfolio details and understand what is required, you are ready to begin
attaching your artifacts.
Use the Artifact Wizard to place your work in a Portfolio
1. From the first tab in the portfolio, click on the Artifact Wizard icon.
2. Each tab requiring student work appears as a separate location with the attachment type
and status indicated. Under the Title column click on: Click here to Attach beside the
placeholder you wish to fill.
3. You will be presented with 2 options: Attach an Existing Artifact or Create a New Artifact.
Once an artifact is attached, you will see the status change to Attached and the name of
the artifact will appear in the Title column. To remove an artifact, click the X.
a. Attach an Existing Artifact: Select the desired artifact list displayed; these are
artifacts already created and saved under your Artifacts tab.
Note: Only artifacts of the attachment type indicated will appear.
b. Create a New Artifact: This will present you with a blank artifact template of the
type indicated in the portfolio placeholder, where you can complete the form or
upload a file as needed.
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4. Other items that can be attached:
a. Reflections: If you are required to attach a Reflection to your artifact, this will be
indicated by the presence of a title in the Reflection column. Click on the title and
follow the prompts.
b. Standards: If you are required to attach Standards to your artifact, this will be
indicated in your instructions. Select, Click here to Attach and follow the prompts.
c. Additional artifacts: If you need to add additional items to your portfolio for which
there are no placeholders, click on the New Item icon and follow the prompts. If
you do not have a New Item icon, your portfolio does not allow for additional
Remember, you must Save each time you exit the portfolio or the new artifacts you have added
and any changes you have made will not be retained. Click on Submit only when your portfolio
is complete and ready for final review.
Edit an Artifact
An artifact that has been attached to a portfolio may be edited as long as the portfolio has not
yet been submitted.
1. Go to the Artifacts tab.
2. Select the artifact you wish to edit by clicking on its name.
3. Make changes as needed. To add or remove uploaded documents, you will need to click
on the Documents sub-tab.
4. Click on Save.
Share Your Portfolio
1. From Portfolios located in the side menu of the Portfolios tab, click on the name of the
portfolio you wish to share.
2. Click the Share button located at the top right-hand corner of the portfolio.
a. Email: Type the email address of the person with which you wish to share your
portfolio. You can include multiple addresses by placing a comma between each
b. Subject: A default subject will be included and may be changed if desired.
c. Share Tabs: Mark the checkbox beside each tab you wish to share.
d. End Date: Choose a date; at which time you wish the shared portfolio no longer be
available to the person you shared it with.
e. If you choose, you may opt to send a copy of the email to yourself as well.
f. Message: Type the message you wish to include in the body of the email.
3. Click on the Share button.
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Help Resources
Online Tutorials
Tk20 has step-by-step tutorials, which can be accessed by clicking on Help located in the upper
right corner of the screen (except the login page). Click on the role that best describes your
responsibility. Clicking on a role helps you view all resources available to that role by
Tk20 Unit Administrator
Contact information can be found on the right side of your institution’s Tk20 login page.
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