Tk20 Interactive 2015—one amazing event that brings the entire Tk20 community together for our 10th Annual User Conference and Unit Administrator Training.
Tk20 offers two full days of hands-on, skills-based training in Austin to help equip our partner institutions to use the system effectively.
The Fall 2014 Training was held on September 16-17 at the Embassy Suites Austin - Arboretum. Sessions included vital training on implementation basics and best practices, curriculum mapping, assessment planning and data collection, course evaluations and surveys, strategic planning, accreditation management, and reporting.
Attendees also had the opportunity to participate in usability testing to help improve our system and make it easier to use. We're always looking for participants, click here for more information.
With informative sessions, networking opportunities, and a fun group dinner on at Buca di Beppo, attendees returned to their campuses with new relationships and new skills to help advance their implementation of Tk20 to meet the goals of their institution.
Read what your peers had to say about previous Unit Administrator Training:
“The presenters were stellar, both in content and style. The hands-on dimension was invaluable. The site was excellent with respect to accommodations and hospitality…”
“The sessions provided useful information on ways to improve and/or expand the use of Tk20 at my institution.”
“The sessions were dynamic and well-paced. Presenters maintained a high level of energy, and were knowledgeable, professional, and personable. The materials were polished, professional and well presented. It is noteworthy that all of the materials were used... I liked how the sessions were conducted, incorporating effective use of technological tools...”
“Presenters are very competent and knowledgeable. One of the best sessions was when other participants were able to share their experiences with the whole group—a real-life learning opportunity.”
“The Tk20 sessions provided specific strategies along with experiential learning that together will help our implementation team move our institution toward more deliberate, outcome-based approaches to curriculum design.”