TK20 Online Assessment Tool

Office of Information Technology supports faculty use of an electronic portfolio with the Tk20 online assessment tool. Tk20 enables the educator programs to collect, monitor, and analyze your progress toward meeting state and national standards for licensure. As part of your program, you will use Tk20 to:

  • Complete course assignments
  • Build professional portfolios
  • Provide information regarding field experiences, student teaching and administrative internships.

How Do I Get Started?

If you’re eligible to use this service, go to and follow the instructions at the bottom left where it says Click here to purchase or register your student account.

What's Included

Access to Tk20 is active for 10 years after the date of activation. This enables you to use data and files during your Resident Educator license renewal process. Tk20 allows candidates to create dossiers to house and display accomplishments and artifacts. These can be customized to deliver a professional presentation of skills and talents that can be edited online from anywhere and viewed by prospective clients or employers.

How Can We Help?

The quickest way to get your questions answered is to go to the Student and Faculty Tutorial Center. This site has a video tutorial as well as a Quick Guide and User Guide with step-by-step instructions for completing a given task.

For remaining Tk20 questions, Columbus Campus students should contact the College of EHE OIT Service Desk.

If you still have unresolved questions or concerns, then contact your faculty member.

Tk20 also has a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

Faculty and Program Managers

Please see the Faculty Quick Guide for steps on how to assess an assignment or project in Tk20.


TK20 is available to all users enrolled in Education Preparation programs in the College of Education and Human Ecology.