Do you have an elearning portfolio? Share your work here!

Do you have an elearning portfolio? Share your work here!

Hey gang -

Do you have a web site with examples of your elearning projects? We want to see them!

Please add a link to your personal blog, portfolio page, or a bunch of links showcasing the awesome work you're creating with Articulate software.

If all you have is a single web page with text-based links to projects, add them below. We're trying to find more ways to promote the creative work you do and the first step is to learn what you're working on.

So go ahead and promote your work below!


UPDATE
: We have an elearning challenge going on portfolios. Hop over to the challenge to share your e-learning portfolio!

240 Replies
Beth Mathis

GhostWriters, Inc. is a technical and business communications firm based in Winston-Salem, NC. We use Articulate Storyline and Presenter extensively.

Our portfolio may be accessed from these locations:

http://www.ghostwritersinc.com/portfolio/GhostWriters,%20Inc%20On%20Paper%20%20Online%20%20On%20Target/story.html

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/26590770/Responsive/Responsive/portfolio/GhostWriters%2C%20Inc%20On%20Paper%20%20Online%20%20On%20Target/story.html

http://www.ghostwritersinc.com/

Beth Mathis
Matt Perkins

Great to see all of the work here - I've always had a difficult time finding samples to be inspired by.

I don't have any examples using Articulate, I've been developing custom Flash training for years now. I'm working on a redesign of my site and don't have any work samples up yet - but I do link out to them on Behance

http://mattperkins.me/

I have Flash based interaction samples of some past work here:

http://mattperkins.me/learningportfolio/ramen/index.html

http://mattperkins.me/learningportfolio/inflight/default.htm

http://mattperkins.me/learningportfolio/template2/index.htm

And a video of a WiiFlash game I created for a proof of concept - A 2 player Flash game use Wii controllers paired via Bluetooth with a PC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEaCHySEfd4

Oscar Guillen

WOW lots of very talented people out there!!! Here is some of my work  these three modules are completely free and you can watch them as many times as you like and who knows you may learn something about cardiology

I'm currently working on a new module for the company and just posted a screen-cast of a module for our Facebook page.

Cheers,

Oscar

Brian Lewis

Hello,

These are some great examples! I am curious though, where are the samples being posted? For example, did you create a personal website and have it hosted by someone? Do I need to use a free service like wix.com to setup a site first and then publish my courses for the web and then post those courses on my site?

Thanks!

Brian Lewis

Michael Jones

Hi Brian,

I went the route of setting up a custom domain and hosting service to build a portfolio website. If you're looking at doing the same, I'd recommend looking at Dream Host for web-hosting/domain registry, and Creative Market for WordPress Templates that you can install on your FTP server.

You can check out my site at www.mpjoneselearning.com

Alot of people set up a blog through WordPress.com that can be used as a portfolio site. This option is easier to setup as they take care of the configuration and management of your site - you just add your content. But I found that  it was lacking in terms of customization - what I was looking to do was going to require additional fees.

If you're looking at either of those two options, definitely research WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org.

Before I went and built my site, I used to have a portfolio in my LinkedIn Profile using a series of free services:

  • Behance
  • DropBox
  • Google Drive
  • YouTube (had some videos of elearning modules that I could share the actual published content for)

Basically, I uploaded my published content as zip files to the cloud storage services, and built a customer facing profile on Behance. The Behance profile had entries for each content item that included a screenshot, description, and hyperlink to the zip file that I was sharing publically on whatever cloud storage service I was using. Anyone that visited it would have to download the zip file, open a ReadMe file that directed them to the particular file that would play the content. That was all then included in my LinkeIn Profile as a Behance Portfolio add-on.

It was a little crude, but it did get traffic and it did get me my last 2 jobs including my current position.

It really all comes down to what do you want whoever is accessing your portfolio to be able to do with the content. If you want them to be able to play the content right there in your portfolio in a web-browswer, you'll have to have the content hosted on a server from which it can playback. That is going to be the more premium web-site path.

However, if you just want them to be able to access the files, you can easily do this by cobbling together free offerings like I did on LinkedIn.

Hope it helps!

Brian Lewis said:

Hello,

These are some great examples! I am curious though, where are the samples being posted? For example, did you create a personal website and have it hosted by someone? Do I need to use a free service like wix.com to setup a site first and then publish my courses for the web and then post those courses on my site?

Thanks!

Brian Lewis

Greg Stager

I am new to this and have only two items to share that are not 100% complete but are complete enough to get the gist of what is going on... I think. I am interested in some general feedback from others who do this often.

Challenges for me are that it is essentially a solo project with the exception of some feedback from the client. As such, I admit that I am a bit hypercritical of the work. The samples are based primarily on client desires and are initially meant to be discussion starters for a subsequent face-to-face meeting.

I apologize that they are built in Captivate but I have come to enjoy this community for the level of activity and quality that I see here so I hope this can be forgiven. I value the ideas, thoughts, and opinions that come from this site.

Here is a link to them - they are embedded swf - but were functional for me in chrome.

https://sites.google.com/site/k12techguy/samples

Thanks!

Ant Pugh

Charles Hamper said:

http://montereymotiongraphics.com/

Hello!

Here's some of what I've been doing over the years.  The Articulate stuff is all from Presenter, linked at the bottom of the elearning tab.  I really need to get some Storyline projects in there.  I think David's weekly challenges can be the great motivator to making that happen!

Thanks for looking.


Hi Charles - I was interested to know how you achieved the 3D graphics in the Huli and Spaceship courses? Are these from a 3D modelling program?