How do you create and maintain an e-learning portfolio without pitfalls? — from by various authors

If you are an e-learning professional, you know how important it is to showcase your skills and projects to potential clients, employers, or collaborators. An e-learning portfolio is a collection of your best work that demonstrates your abilities, creativity, and experience in designing, developing, and delivering online learning solutions. But how do you create and maintain an e-learning portfolio without pitfalls? In this article, you will learn some tips and best practices to help you avoid common mistakes and make your portfolio stand out.

Speaking of career-related postings, I thought this was an interesting article:

In Praise of the Meandering Career — from by Simone Stolzoff
Build a compass, not a map

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There’s a common misconception that our résumés ought to tell a linear story, free from breaks, twists, and turns. But this assumption is not borne out in reality. Nearly three out of every four college graduates work in a field unrelated to their major. The average worker holds over a dozen jobs by their fifties. And over half of today’s college students will work jobs that don’t yet exist.

Taking a nontraditional path will force you to grapple with what matters
The greatest benefit of a nontraditional path is that you have to figure out what you care about. Rather than an employer telling you what you should value, you have to do the hard work of determining what you value for yourself.