Show Us Your E-Learning Portfolios

Share Your E-Learning Portfolio (#46): Challenge | Recap

Challenge of the week

This week’s challenge is all about your e-learning portfolios. We already know you do awesome work, and we want to help others find your awesome work.

Last week’s e-learning challenge

E-Learning Audio Tips & Tricks

Before you show off the cool work you’re doing in this week’s challenge, take peek at the audio tips your fellow community members shared in last week’s audio challenge:

More about the e-learning challenges:

The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.

David Anderson
Nick Leffler

It's possible to put your work on any of the sites David mentioned but then you have to figure out a way to compile them into something somebody's going to be able to view. LinkedIn has the ability to add projects to your profile but I think in the end your own website with a portfolio is the best option. When I share a link with the community I usually share the link to either a blog post with the project and information on it or to it on my portfolio, depends if I deem the project I did good enough (portfolio) or if it's a work in progress (blog). I'm an advocate for having a portfolio and I love having mine around, it gives me a good place to show all my favorite work and I can put anything on there. Recently I've been writing a lot about the benefits or having a portfolio, and... Expand

Anne Seller
David Anderson
David Anderson
Tracy Carroll