TaskStream has added a new feature, called Mybrary, to its all-in-one family of web-based tools for teacher-to-teacher mentoring, professional development, and instructional design.

Mybrary lets teachers make individual digital folios to create and share instructional resources. Using the utility, teachers can upload documents, videos, and web links to share with others.

TaskStream’s Tools of Engagement already enable teachers to create lesson plans that correspond to national, state, and local standards, as well as assessment rubrics. The addition of Mybrary “is another significant step in the planned evolution of the TaskStream Tools of Engagement as a comprehensive suite of tools to address the growing need of K-12 learning communities and preservice teaching institutions,” said Kevin Doyle, president and chief executive of TaskStream.

A subscription to the whole suite of tools costs $60 per user, per year, for more than 100 users, or $100 per year for individual teachers.

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