Portfolios document evidence that you have learned and mastered skills in your workplace, in continuing education, and in formal education, usually within guidelines set by a school, employer, institution of higher learning, or professional association. You can create portfolios to earn college credit, record workplace successes for evaluations, and present your independent learning and accomplishments to an employer.
- Introduction: The Portfolio Process
- The Key Idea: Learning Versus Experience
- What Comprises A Successful Portfolio?
- Student Projects
- College And Professional Certification Programs
- Workplace Evaluations
- Job-Hunting And Career Development
- Identify workplace learning opportunities.
- Write a workplace autobiography.
- Create and maintain a career portfolio.