June 30, 2020 at 10:35 am #5021Nicole StahlModeratorOffline
Compiling a portfolio is essential not only for job-seeking, but also when preparing for promotion, building a rapport with potential collaborators, and capturing work for prosperity. If you are teaching faculty innovative ways to design quality online course content, have you updated your portfolio with your current skills and projects?
Publishing this content for your employer or future faculty can act as a snapshot of your current resumé. Have you become an expert in Zoom or used your learning management system at a deeper level during the move to remote instruction? Make sure to add these skills to your portfolio! Do you network with fellow educators and peers on Linkedin? Link or create your portfolio directly in your Linkedin profile.
To help you get started in creating your own online portfolio or provide you with ideas on sprucing up your current portfolio, visit the following resources:
34 Model Examples of an Instructional Design Portfolio – This comprehensive article by Scott Winstead not only includes examples of instructional designer portfolios, but also tips and videos on how to create a portfolio and what topics should be included and focused on within your portfolio. https://myelearningworld.com/instructional-design-portfolio-samples/
Instructional Design Portfolio Resources – Christy Tucker has compiled a list of resources on what to include and what to use when creating your instructional design or eLearning portfolio. She provides additional information such as free and low-cost options to host and create your portfolio. https://www.elearninglearning.com/instructional-design/portfolio/sample/?open-article-id=10826827&article-title=instructional-design-portfolio-resources&blog-domain=christytuckerlearning.com&blog-title=experiencing-elearning
Get Hired: How to Add a Portfolio to Your Linkedin Profile – Although not specifically geared towards instructional designers, this article may be useful for those active on Linkedin. Many educators use Linkedin to network and stay connected with fellow peers. Whether you frequently use Linkedin or are interested in using it more, this is another way to develop a portfolio on this platform. https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/5557-linkedin-portfolio.html
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