Anthology (formerly Chalk & Wire)

Anthology Accounts are free to all education majors.

Welcome to the Anthology

Purpose: Throughout your program you will be assessed at various points using Anthology. The data collected through Anthology provides the necessary data for the College of Education to complete: 1) its national accreditation report, 2) its report to the NJ Department of Education and 3) our own monitoring for programmatic improvement.

Each teacher candidate (TC)/candidate (C) enrolled in an education program is provided an account to Anthology after the add/drop period.

Getting started in Anthology
You will receive an email from Anthology to your WP email address. This introductory email includes your user id (first initial, last name) and a temporary password, along with instructions on how to log-in and change your password. Use the same password as your WPU email address.

How can I find my Anthology expiration date? (Assessors and Candidates)

For users with existing Anthology accounts, continued access will be granted until the account expiration date. If you are a returning student or it has been a year since you've used Anthology, your account may be expired. To find your account's unique expiration date click the down arrow next to your name located at the top right corner of the Anthology Dashboard. The expiration date will appear as the last item on the list. 

If your account has expired or has an expiration date before the end of the semester, please submit a help ticket for a renewal at Do NOT click the Renew  link on the list. This link is for students who pay for their accounts and will require a code. NOTE: Expired accounts can only be renewed on the exact date of expiration.  

CW Expired account

New User (New Teacher Candidates)

New Teacher Candidates will receive an email from Campus Labs (Chalk and Wire) with login instructions after the add/drop period. If you do not receive an email with your login instructions one week after add/drop, please submit a help ticket requesting a new account. Please be sure to include all information requested on the ticket.  (

QuickStart Guide for Candidates

QuickStart Video for Candidates

Renewal Accounts (Candidates)

Renewal accounts are for Teacher Candidates whose C&W accounts have expired. If your account has expired, the system will alert you when you log in. Accounts can only be renewed on the actual date of expiration.
IF this is YOU, please submit a helpdesk ticket at on the day before or of expiration.

New Assessors (Faculty/Adjuncts)

If you are a new faculty member or adjunct and you need a Chalk and Wire assessor account, please have the department chair complete a help ticket request for you.

Once your account is active, you can view the QuickStart Guide below for information on how to navigate Chalk and Wire as an assessor. 


QuickStart Video for Assessors

Selecting Your Table of Contents/Portfolio (Candidates)

Once you have your account set-up, you need to select your Portfolio or Table of Contents. Begin by logging into C&W and clicking:

Once you are on your home page:

Go to menu (upper left three lines)
Go to work
Go to my coursework
On this screen, CLICK the blue button that reads “New Portfolio”.

This portfolio will house your program/Table of Contents.

A pop-up box will appear. In this box where it states “Name”, enter your last name, first name, and the name of your program. For example: Tutela Joelle Secondary Social Studies.

There is a blue hyperlink, “Can’t find your table of contents?”

Click on the link.
Select Department
Select the Department you are in
Select Table of Contents
Select the program you are in
Click create

You will then be redirected to your portfolio page that will display your program/Table of Contents menu along with a list of assessments required for the completion of your program.

NOTE: You will need to create a Portfolio for each program you are in. These programs can include: Teacher with Disabilities (TSD), Bi-lingual, ESL, etc.

Uploading Assessments (Candidates)

1. Access Assigned Coursework (ONLY if using Chalk & Wire login screen)

This lesson will walk you through the process of accessing assigned coursework. Your institution may require you to use a portfolio or an instructor-created assignment to submit your work.

If you are unsure of which option to use, please contact your instructor or local Chalk & Wire Administrator.

Step 1: Access My Portfolios

Step 1: Access My Portfolios

1. Click on the Main Menu Icon.

2. Click on the My Coursework option.

Existing portfolios are also accessible directly from your Dashboard under the Portfolios tab.

Step 2: Select your Submission Method

On the My Coursework screen you will have two options available to you for submitting work: Portfolios and Assignments.

2. Add Content

Step 1: Select the Portfolio/Assignment Page

Step 4: Add Content to Your Portfolio

1. Using the Table of Contents on the left side of your screen, click to select the appropriate page for your course/assignment.

 Step 2: Click on the Add Content Menu

In order to submit your work, you must first add content to the portfolio page. To begin adding content:

2. Use the Add Content drop-down menu to select the appropriate method for adding content.

Step 3: Select your Method for Adding Content

3. Submit Work

Simply adding content to your portfolio or assignment does not grant your instructor access to it for assessment. In order to complete this process, you must actually submit your work. In this lesson you will learn how to submit your work, and how to select the instructor to whom it should be submitted.

Step 1: Submit your Work

Once you have updated your work, the Submit button will become enabled.

1. Click on the green Submit button.

Step 2: Enter Name of Assessor(s)

If you are making a submission as part of a Resubmission Request, you will not need to enter the name of your Assessor. The submission will be automatically sent to the original Assessor.

A submission window will drop down on the screen.

2. Begin typing the Name(s) of the Assessor(s) to whom you wish to submit. As you type, matches in the system will appear.

When the correct name appears, click on it to select it. The name will appear next to a checkmark to indicate that it has been selected.

3. Click Submit.

Step 3: Review Submission

A message will appear to indicate that your content has been submitted.

4. Click on the Review Submission button if you would like to review the submission that you just made.

If you do not see the "Content Submitted" message, or the "Status: Submitted" flag, your content has not been submitted.

Launching Professional Dispositions Assessments (Candidates)

The video below will show you how to launch the PDA.

How to Launch the PDA 

Deleting Content in Anthology (Candidates and Assessors)