Jun 16, 2009

Creating an elearning portfolio

I have been struggling with the idea of putting my personal online elearning portfolio together for months. I just finished my Masters degree and I needed to market myself in Instructional Design. But the problem was that I didn't have the material I really wanted to put together something that really represented me and my skills.

The problem is that I didn't really know what should be represented. I didn't have samples of the development work I did at my previous job two years ago, and I didn't want to show sample of the projects I was currently working on.

Tom Kuhlmann again posts a relevant and timely blog article on the importance of developing a personal elearning portfolio.

Now I have a starting point to pull together samples, or to create new ones that showcase the important elements:
  • Instructional Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Diversity of projects
  • Project Management
  • Writing
  • Technology
I'll start...right after my vacation.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would be interested in viewing your e-portfolio once you have it up running : )

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