30+ Ideas for eLearning Portfolio Samples

Experiencing eLearning

Whether you’re working freelance or looking for a full-time job, you need a portfolio. What if you can’t use any samples of your existing work due to confidentiality or security requirements? If you want a job creating soft skills training, create customer service samples.

4 Steps to Creating a Portfolio of your eLearning Projects


This post provides four quick steps on how to create a winning eLearning portfolio. If you already have a portfolio, use these steps to update it. Your next eLearning opportunity may hinge on an updated winning portfolio!

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Why You Need a Professional Portfolio

Rapid eLearning

One way to do this is with a professional work portfolio. In previous posts, we discovered why you need a portfolio as part of your professional development. Today, we’ll look at a few things to consider when creating a professional portfolio.

Creating an eLearning Portfolio Using Your Community Content


If you are creating content that you’d love to get out into the world, there’s no better way than to place all your shared titles in one place on the Community, then link them to your portfolio. Here are 4 ways of placing your Trivantis Community content onto your portfolio or online profiles.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Online Portfolios

Learning Visions

Thursday, August 02, 2007 Online Portfolios Jennifer Madrell shows us a great example of an online portofolio , which she calls a "svelte and sparkly version of this blog - that is a requirement and capstone project at Indiana University." Hi Cammy I havent got an online portfolio for myself.

Portfolio: Web and Graphic Design

eLearning Brothers

Here are some samples. When working with companies we are often asked to do graphic design and website development. Multimedia

How to Write Good Assessment Questions

Association eLearning

In other cases, a project or piece of sample work can be submitted. For instance, graphic designers rely heavily on portfolios to showcase what they’re capable of. “Can someone explain this question to me? I don’t know what it’s asking.”. How am I supposed to know the answer to this?

5 Tips for Promoting and Pitching Yourself as an eLearning Freelancer


It’s all about that portfolio. This particular tip echoed across the internet: “Portfolios should be considered the cornerstone for every e-learning professional,” says instructional designer and consultant Ashley Chiasson. “Freelancer.” Independent contractor.” Consultant.”

Show Your Work!

E-learning Uncovered

It’s a common complaint among e-learning designers that they don’t get to see each other’s work often enough, because their companies (or their clients) won’t allow their courses to be posted online or included in portfolios. When we teach our e-learning development courses, our students ALWAYS ask where they can go to see additional samples of a certain technique or authoring tool. If no one is willing to share samples, it is difficult to gain this perspective.

Five Tips To Make an Instructional Designer’s LinkedIn Profile Shine


Add your Portfolio A very interesting and effective way of making your LinkedIn profile stand out as an instructional designer is by adding your portfolio. This makes your profile visually appealing and also helps people see samples of your actual work rather than just reading some text around it. LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network with approximately 467 million members across the globe.

Job Hunting and the Power of a Personal Website


Most importantly, if you have any work samples such as case studies, writing samples, or references, it can be extremely beneficial to showcase these on your website. Also, providing an online portfolio allows prospective employers to physically view and learn more about your work.

Blogging to Build Your Business

Experiencing eLearning

This could be your whole business website and portfolio with an integrated blog, all at one URL. There are also limitations to the types of files you can share, so you may have to host portfolio samples elsewhere and link to them.

Questions about Instructional Design Careers

Experiencing eLearning

Portfolio. Q: I will obviously need to create a portfolio, and I know that it will need to begin with volunteer opportunities. What is the depth and/or scope of a typical person’s portfolio?

Measuring eLearning Success: What’s Your Data’s Story?

Blue Sky eLearn

In order to know whether your eLearning programs are meeting the mark, consider setting three levels of measurement: Strategy, Portfolio Performance, and Learning. Question: What are our strategic goals for our eLearning portfolio? Portfolio Performance.

Excellence in Customer Training: A Roche Case Study

Bottom-Line Performance

The customer audience uses the machine to process patient samples, perform maintenance and troubleshoot the analyzer if necessary. Is your training a cost center or a competitive advantage?

These Are NOT Serious Games!

Upside Learning

Most clients have done their research online about serious games, and find the whole gamut of samples, demos, etc. Just one look at their collated ‘portfolio’ was enough to tell me that none of the content in the portfolio was really a serious game. Recently I’ve been consulting with a customer on the design of a series of digital learning games for sales training.

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How to Get Started with Freelancing: The Instructional Design Story

Eat Learn Repeat

Link to your portfolio: Another great way to showcase your skills is to create your portfolio. Portfolios amplify your work when you’re looking for clients, your work is your best asset, make sometime create a few samples that showcase your best skills and you will see the difference!

Evaluate The Right Partner To Outsource Your eLearning Content Development: Ultimate Cheat Sheet

EI Design

In many situations, eLearning services may be a small component of their portfolio. Ask them more questions to determine their focus, the frequency of their portfolio update, and if they are in sync with the changing industry dynamics. Samples.

Megatrends in MOOCs: #11 Alternative Credentials

Your Training Edge

Digital portfolios. Digital portfolios, or e-portfolios, provide flexible ways for learners to showcase their learning. Digital portfolios are powerful because they can combine credentials like degrees and badges with work samples, such as design work or marketing copy.

Now Hiring: Summer Intern for BLP’s Learning Services Team

Bottom-Line Performance

Would you like to build your portfolio? Send a resume – along with two writing samples – to steve@bottomlineperformance.com. Can You Tell a Good Story? Have you ever looked at a mobile app or game and said, “I could write that!”? ”?

Idea Management and Design – You Mean PKM?

Nick Leffler

It started in a big room with everybody displaying boards and samples of what their project is all about. appeared first on Nick Leffler's Portfolio & Learning Insights. Yesterday I started the first of my four-part series covering my thoughts and impressions on the four topics presented in week 3 of the MSLOC430 cMOOC.

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Where’s Your Electronic Learning Record?

Jay Cross

Medical records and learning portfolios should be ours to take with us. Everyone should be so lucky as to find a medical doctor as good as mine. I have every confidence in his advice. He calls me after hours to report a test result that’s out of line. He makes house calls.

6 Top Tips To Start A Successful e-Learning Career

Adobe Captivate

Develop An eLearning Course Sample. It’s wise to create an eLearning course sample to showcase to potential clients. Create An Effective eLearning Portfolio. In addition to the content of the eLearning portfolio, you should also focus on the overall design.

Using Custom Artwork to Build Beautiful eLearning Without Breaking the Budget

eLearning Architect

Freelancers will bid on the project - and then you can read each applicant's proposal, view portfolios and start a conversation with those freelancers that look like the closest match. We immediately found several illustrators whose portfolios blew us away.

TCC09: Digital Storytelling in a Web 2.0 World

Experiencing eLearning

A relevance sample of 100 digital stories was obtained from YouTube. Personal portfolios (a portfolio is a story of a student’s learning) love this image of portfolios. Samples. Hard to get a truly random sample. Got a relevance sample instead.

Will at Work Learning: Personality Instruments and Workplace Performance

Will at Work Learning

For the total sample, significant effects were found for elevation in agreeableness (p = 0.24) and conscientiousness (p = 0.20), and for variability in agreeableness (p = -0.12) and conscientiousness (p = -0.24). Moderation results for agreeableness and conscientiousness were in line with the total sample results. Using the model as an organizing framework, 334 correlations from 163 independent samples were classified according to the model.

Survey: One-Third of Americans Are Not Familiar with Retirement Plan Options

CLO Magazine

Generational differences also are apparent, with 43 percent of Gen Y respondents stating they are not familiar with their plan options, according to the survey, conducted by an independent research firm that polled a random sample of more than 1,000 adults nationwide on their retirement plans. Moreover, more women than men say they do not understand their retirement plan options, according to a new survey. New York — Feb.

ASAE Tech Conference 2014: A Recap

Web Courseworks

Since it was my first time at the event, I decided to sample all of the pathways to get a taste for each. Middleware systems are becoming vital to integrating disparate systems in associations’ portfolios, and automatic updates are key to minimizing TCO.

Now Hiring – Join Tom’s Team

Rapid eLearning

Here’s what you need to do: Put together a portfolio of what elearning work you’ve done and some writing examples. Include a link to your portfolio. You have until Monday, April 6th to get your portfolio and writing samples to me. As mentioned last week, I’m looking for someone to join the team. I’m posting today since I heard that some almost missed the last week’s announcement because it was at the end of the post.

eLearning Outsourcing: Training Companies Turn to eLearning for Survival & Growth

Upside Learning

We’d recommend Training Companies take a hard look at how the training market is re-shaping itself and how eLearning is beginning to take centre stage in the training portfolio of many organizations. Conduct some basic website review, sample reviews, reference checks, cost analysis, and even a small pilot. Last week I met several new prospective customers - training companies.

Changing Cultures in Higher Education

Jay Cross

The message is cool: More and more educational scenarios and learning landscapes are developed using blogs, wikis, podcasts and e-portfolios. Last week I received a nice surprise in the mail, Changing Cultures in Higher Education (Ulf Daniel Ehlers and Dirk Schneckberg eds.) Springer.

Grabbing Your Trainees with the Right Picture


Colorpix is a free, downloadable app that samples color pixels. Check out the inspiring portfolio from Ethos3. It’s been said that a picture is worth a thousand bullet points, and this is particularly true of training. Training designs are at their most engaging when words AND pictures work together to drive home the message.

Reflecting* on the second half of 2009

Jay Cross

Here’s a sample: I continued to experiment with learning video. This year’s motley bunch included an assorted portfolio of designers; businesspeople, investors and MBA graduates; a tech systems architect who was also a former Navy Seal; and a tai chi master.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Emerging Technologies in e-Learning

Learning Visions

Animation Tools Avatars Blogs Clickers Gaming Tools E-Portfolios Mobil Learning Personal Learning Environments Personalization Rapid e-Learning Semantic Web Simulation Tools Social Bookmarking Social Networking Tools VoIP and Telephony Wikis Wearable Peer to Peer Authoring Tools Haptics (the ability to touch things and get a sense of force feedback. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.