Standard resumes and cover letters are no longer sufficient if you want to stand out from the crowd. Having a good portfolio has always been important for freelancers, but it’s quickly becoming a must-have for anyone in e-learning who hopes to snag the best opportunities that come along, inside your organization or out.
Having a portfolio is a great way to showcase your accomplishments, skills, experiences, and personality. Creating a great looking e-learning portfolio is easier than you think. With more options than ever before, anyone can build an e-learning portfolio that looks like a million bucks.
A good portfolio highlights your best work, along with personal achievements that can accentuate your abilities and help you successfully market yourself to potential clients or employers. Even if you’re not in the market for a new job, now is the time to build a portfolio that showcases your talents and proves you can actually do what your resume says you can do. Waiting until you need it could be too late.
Creating a great looking e-learning portfolio is easier than you think. With more options than ever before, anyone can build an e-learning portfolio that looks like a million bucks. In this session you will learn why you should have a portfolio, what type of things to include in your portfolio, and some great, inexpensive options to help you get one created.
With over two decades of real-life, in-the-trenches experience designing and delivering learning experiences, Mike Taylor understands that effective learning isn’t about the latest fad or trendy new tools. Known for his practical, street-savvy style, Mike is a regular and highly-rated speaker at industry events, and consults on learning design and technology at Nationwide in Columbus, Ohio. Mike holds an MBA degree from Ohio University and a master’s degree in educational technology from San Diego State University. He also teaches in Franklin University’s Instructional Design & Performance Technology graduate program.