Important Update - Please note that the opening screen in Taskstream has changed but the operation is exactly as documented in the handouts below.
For any technical questions, please email email@example.com
Please note: Most emails are answered within 48 hours.
Handbooks and Instructional Videos
- Glossary of Taskstream Terms
- Logging in the first time and entering your program code
- Finding your program code
- Accessing your DRF programs (The Portfolio)
- Adding Attachments
- Submitting the requirement to your evaluator
- Viewing your completed evaluation
- Cancelling a submission
- Enrolling in your disposition portfolio
- Completing your disposition assessments
- Department Guides
- Logging in the first time
- Find your programs
- How to access student work
- How to use the rubrics
- FAQs for Evaluators
- How to cancel a Taskstream evaluation
Department Guides - Courses that submit evidences in Taskstream
DRF - Directed Response Folio - an electronic portfolio where you submit your work to be assessed.
What is an enrollment code and where do I get it?
An enrollment code associates you with the correct DRF. The enrollment code comes from your instructor or program coordinator to ensure that you have the correct code. Click here for a list of most codes.
Why does my login say "PersonID not found"?
Your account was not automatically created. To create your account, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including your full name, 800 number and UNC Charlotte email address.
Why does my Electronic Evidence (EE) say outdated?
Your academic department requested a major change to the EE or rubric. In order to facilitate that request, the DRF had to be altered so users that have not completed that EE will see only the newest one. Since you began work under or even completed the old EE, you will see both the new and old versions. If you have completed the outdated EE there is no need for you to submit anything for the new version.
Why does my account say it is expired?
Your account is automatically created when you are registered in a course with an electronic evidence, if you have not logged in within the last semester your account is inactivated. To renew your account, send an email to email@example.com including your full name, 800 number and UNC Charlotte email address.
NOTE: You do not need a renewal code and definitely should not pay for a Taskstream account at this point.