Tom Kuhlmann’s post from last week about why everyone should have an e-learning portfolio motivated me to put mine together. In the past, I’ve always emailed a few samples to prospective employers rather than having a comprehensive portfolio. That did allow me to be less worried about privacy, but it didn’t give me a good way to explain what I was doing with each of the samples. I used Cammy Bean’s suggestion from the comments of using screenshots to give some idea of what the content looks like without needing to provide the full proprietary content.

Since this is the first time I’ve done an online portfolio, feedback is welcome and encouraged!

Update 10/8/2015: My original portfolio is still available, but I have an updated and expanded portfolio now.

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