Part 4: Portfolio Contents

Part 4 focuses on the different types of content that you may wish to include in your portofolio.

An instructional designer's portfolio is a collection of work that showcases their skills, experience, and achievements in the field of instructional design. The portfolio should include a variety of samples that demonstrate the designer's abilities and showcase the different types of instructional materials they can create. The following are some examples of what an instructional designer's portfolio might include:

It's important to keep in mind that a portfolio is meant to showcase the designer's best work and should be tailored to the specific audience and purpose. The portfolio should be well-organized, easy to navigate, and visually appealing. It should also be regularly updated with new work and achievements.

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