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TK20

What is TK20?
TK20 is an assessment, accountability and management system to help colleges and universities meet requirements for accreditation. TK20 stands for "Technology in Kindergarten through Age 20." TK20 will soon be expanding to other colleges and programs.

Username: WSU University Id (UID)
Password: WSU PIN (6 digit)

Helpful Tips
TK20 Training

For questions regarding logging in, please contact the WSU Help Desk:

Email: helpdesk@wright.edu
Phone: 937-775-4827

For questions regarding this system, please contact your system administrator:

Administrator: Theresa Dorn
Email: tk20@wright.edu
Phone: (937) 775-2456

FREQUENTLY ASKED TK20 QUESTIONS  

What is Tk20?

How do I access Tk20?

What do I use to log into Tk20?

What if I receive the "Invalid password" error message?

What if I receive the "User account is inactive" error message?

What if I receive the "Your login was unsuccessful" error message?

Who should I contact if I am unable to log into Tk20?

What do I use to log into Tk20?

Is Tk20 replacing WebCT?

Do I have to pay for Tk20?

How often do I have to pay the Tk20 fee?

Why do I have to pay for Tk20?

Why are we using the Tk20 system?

What Internet browser should I use with Tk20?

Can I use the browser back button to navigate Tk20?

What is an artifact?

Why am I receiving the "We do not allow upload of the file type that you attempted to upload" error message?

Why am I receiving the "You cannot upload file because it would put you over your disk quota " error message?

Why am I receiving the "The file you are trying to upload exceeds the maximum size limit " error message?

How can I get more information about using Tk20?

What is Tk20?

Tk20 is an assessment, accountability, and management system to help colleges and universities meet requirements for accreditation. Tk20 stands for “Technology in Kindergarten through Age 20.”

How do I access Tk20?

Tk20 can easily be accessed by navigating to the College of Education's website. You can also access Tk20 from the Academics tab within WINGS.

What do I use to log into Tk20?

You will use your current University ID (UID) and PIN. This is the same UID and PIN used to log into WINGS Express. If you have forgotten your UID and/or PIN, please use the "Forgot PIN" and "Find UID" services on the WINGS Express login page. If you need to change your PIN, please do so after logging into WINGS Express. The "Change your PIN" option is located under the Personal Information tab.

What should I do if I receive the "Invalid Password" error message?

Check to make sure you are entering your WINGS Express PIN correctly. Your PIN is case sensitive and should only be six characters in length. If you cannot remember your PIN, use the "Forgot PIN" service is WINGS Express.

What should I do if I receive the "Invalid UserName" error message?

Check to make sure you are entering your University ID (UID) correctly. If you cannot remember your UID, use the "Find UID" service in WINGS Express.

What should I do if I receive one of the following error messages: "This User Account is Inactive" or "Your login was unsuccessful. Your student account has not been activated in the system"?

These error messages indicate that you have not purchased an account or that the account has not been activated. It takes approximately 2-3 business days for activation after you have registered or purchased an account online. You may purchase an account on the Tk20 login page by clicking on the "Click here to purchase your student account" link.

Who should I contact if I am unable to log into Tk20?

Contact the CaTS Help Desk by calling 937-775-4827, 1-888-775-4827, or by sending e-mail to helpdesk@wright.edu.

Is Tk20 replacing WebCT?

No, WebCT is a teaching tool that is focused more on the administrative process of teaching a class. Tk20 is a data collection tool that collects assignments and artifacts from you throughout your college career and beyond.

Do I have to pay for Tk20?

Yes, Tk20 has a $100 fee that is charged to students using the system. This fee can be paid by clicking on the "Click here to purchase your student account" link on the Tk20 login page.

How often do I have to pay the Tk20 fee?

The Tk20 fee is a one-time-only fee and is considered a lifetime fee. This means that you will still be able to access Tk20 after you graduate and start your career. Future employers may want to access Tk20, too.

Why do I have to pay for Tk20?

Part of the contract with Tk20 is an agreement that students pay a support fee. This fee goes towards the upkeep of the Tk20 system and technical support offered to the University.

Why are we using the Tk20 system?

In an effort to maintain the standards of the National Council for Accreditation for Teacher Education (NCATE), the College of Education implemented an information system product to help students track their progress through the curriculum. Tk20 was chosen for this purpose after a review of solutions used by top universities around the country.

What Internet browser should I use with Tk20?

Tk20 was tested using the following Internet browsers: Internet Explorer, FireFox, and Safari. Using another Internet browser may result in unexpected results.

Can I use the browser Back button to navigate within Tk20?

Using the browser Back button may result in a loss of important information that was not saved. It is recommended that you use the "Cancel" and "Exit" buttons, tabs, and links when navigating the application.

What is an artifact?

An artifact is a Tk20 object that is created to document the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of teacher candidates. Artifacts may be used to submit binders, course assignments, portfolios, etc.

Why am I receiving the "We do not allow upload of the file type that you attempted to upload" error message?

This message indicates that you have tried to upload a file created in a program/software that hasn't been noted in the system files. Contact your Tk20 system administrator to get this file extension added to the system files and then try uploading the file again.

Why am I receiving the "You cannot upload file because it would put your disk usage at xxxxxMB, over your disk quota of xMB. Please free up some disk space if you wish to upload" error message?

This message indicates that you are trying to upload a file larger than what your maximum quota allows. Contact your Tk20 system administrator about possibly increasing your disk space.

Why am I receiving the "File you are trying to upload exceeds the maximum size limit of xMB for a file. Try to break this file into smaller chunks and upload them" error message?

This message indicates that you are trying to upload a single file that is larger than the allowed limit. Contact your Tk20 system administrator about solutions on how to upload this file.

How can I get more information about using Tk20?

Tk20 has a helpful training section with tutorials on posting assignments, creating artifacts, etc. Click on the Tutorials tab at the top of the Tk20 login page. You can also talk to your instructors about attending a Tk20 training session.