What is TaskStream?
TaskStream is the web-based assessment management, electronic portfolio, and outcomes-based instruction tool being used by Fairmont State University to support institutional assessment and assessment for student learning efforts.
Who uses TaskStream?
During the Fall 2014 semester, a new institutional policy is being implemented. For the first time all FSU students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty and staff are being provided with a TaskStream account.
When will students have access to their institutional TaskStream accounts?
Student TaskStream accounts will be not be available until two weeks after classes begin during this first semester of institutional implementation. Students and faculty will receive notification and additional information about accessing and using TaskStream once the accounts are activated. Students' activated institutional TaskStream account will then be accessible when they click on the "Connect to TaskStream" link on the Blackboard homepage.
Submit course assignments for faculty evaluation
Develop web pages and publish them to the internet
Build a portfolio for a course, program requirement or to share with potential employers
Create lesson plans, instructional units and rubrics
Communicate with your faculty or supervisors for internships, student teaching and other community-based experiences
Set up a personal calendar
Create a resource folio to store your documents online
How do I find TaskStream?
Faculty wishing to develop assessments for courses or programs should contact their Critical Friends representative or one of the Critical Friends leaders (Dr. Deb Hemler, Dr. Jaci Webb-Dempsey) for assistance.