Developing an E-Learning Portfolio  

Become an Online Teacher E-Learning and Online Teaching Certificate

 

An e-portfolio is a way to present artifacts supported by reflective commentary to demonstrate your professional understanding of e-learning and online teaching concepts. In other words, develop and maintain an online portfolio to strut your stuff. You have got to show what you know. Surprisingly, many online teachers do not have an e-portfolio. Having one will help you stand out from the crowd.

All courses in the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate program support the creation of an e-portfolio. During the E-Learning Practicum, students finalize their portfolios to meet their specific career needs.

E-Learning and Online Teaching Certificate: Portfolio Plan

Here's Why You Need an E-Learning Portfolio

Get an E-Learning Job with These Simple Tips
Tom Kuhlmann provides his insider tips on getting an instructional design job. These tips speak to online teachers as well.

The Benefit of Digital Portfolios

Rubric to Self-Assess Your Digital Portfolio

Pros and Cons to Portfolio Tools - Weebly, Wix, GoogleSites, WordPress, Jimdo - This PDF file will download to your computer.

iPad Apps for Creating Digital Portfolios

Online Teaching e-Portfolio Examples

ePortfolio Kris Sheehan

ePortfolio Lisa Fitzgerald

Curation

How Sharing Other People's Content Makes You an Irresistible Job Candidate
Alexis Grant describes how creating your own content isn't the only way to get noticed. Becoming a go-to curator of quality information for your area of subject matter expertise can also earn you a spot on a hiring manager's hit list if they see you as knowledgeable in the field.

Content Curation is one of the technologies addressed in EDUC 760 E-Learning for Educators. Curation not only helps establish subject matter expertise, it is an efficient way to organize online curriculum resources.