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General Information

UW-La Crosse utilizes Taskstream-Tk20 as our assessment software reporting platform. Taskstream-Tk20 is used for managing the general education assessment process, supporting program level assessment, and facilitating the certification of our education students teacher credentialing.   

Included in this system are the Learning Achievement Tools (LAT) electronic portfolio system and the Accountability Management System (AMS) reporting tools.  We also have access to Taskstream-Tk20's Aqua, a data collection tool, that allows for streamlined collection of assessment data using rubrics.  Check the tabs on the left for information specific to each of these kinds of assessment functions.  

 To sign into Taskstream-Tk20 click   HERE image 

Tasktream Down for Maintenance Sunday Jan. 21st, 5-9am

Taskstream systems will be offline for regular maintenance this Sunday, Jan. 21st from 5-9am.


Refresh for the Program & Gen Ed Assessment Spaces

The color scheme and look of the AMS system we use for Program and General Education Assessment will changes to a new color scheme.  To take a look at these changes, please review this screen shot guide or this Mediasite video


Updates to the LAT E-portfolio System 

View this blog post on the functional changes to the LAT system involving the content editor and publishing rubrics.  

See the new look for the LAT system in this blog post from Taskstream.  


Aqua and the Learning Achievement Tool (LAT) are available for use.

To facilitate your assessment,  Please know you have access to these systems:

Learning Achievement Tools (LAT): a robust electronic portfolio platform that allows for faculty to create or students to fashion electronic portfolios or web pages and then create evaluation mechanisms to review them.  School of Education programs and School Psychology are currently using this tool

Aqua: a rubric review system where faculty can upload student works, select evaluators, develop/apply rubrics, and produce quick reports. The College of Business Administration and several departments in that college are using Aqua.    

For more information please contact Dr. Patrick Barlow




Technical Issues

Please note that we have identified an issue logging into Taskstream-Tk20 on iOS devices ( MACs and iPads) using the Safari browser, this does not affect PCs. As we address the issue we would make the recommendation of logging into Taskstream from an iOS device with the Chrome or Firefox browser. If neither option is available to you please contact help desk to open a ticket for assistance on a work around using the Safari browser. Refer to Taskstream in the ticket request.